Ezra and Japanese engineering giant in subsea joint venture; USCG orders precautions following Tianjin explosions

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Ezra and Japanese engineering giant in subsea joint venture
August 27, 2015—Singapore’s Ezra Holdings has entered a binding MOU with Japanese engineering giant Chiyoda Corporation. Chiyoda will invest in Ezra’s Subsea Services business to form Emas Chiyoda Subsea—a 50:50 Joint Venture. The partnership creates an opportunity for Emas AMC to expand its subsea-to-surface offering, and provide more value to clients and partners, and for Chiyoda to rapidly accelerate its expansion of its Offshore & Upstream business portfolio.




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