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Geophysical services provider CGG and the University of Bergen have signed a master research collaboration agreement. The agreement includes joint R&D projects, two of which are already underway, the donation of CGG's seismic processing software, Geocluster, to the university and the creation of an adjunct professorship. CGG has launched the Geo Challenger, the new flagship of its 13-vessel seismic fleet. The 3D/4D HR vessel was converted at a Norwegian shipyard to 12-tow-point capacity and equipped with 80 km of Sercel Sentinel solid streamers. It is the first seismic vessel in the world to operate with this technology. Enventure Global Technology acquired Triad Pipe & Steel Company, a leading supplier of specialty oil country tubular goods and provider of outsourced supply chain services. The Triad acquisition will provide Enventure customers worldwide greater access to specialty pipe. Enventure, the leading provider of solid expandable tubular solutions for the energy industry, is owned by Shell Technology Ventures and Halliburton Energy Services.

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