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This OTC capped off a torrid bit of travel all around the world this spring, starting with

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London and Oceanology International in March and ending with China and a Maritime

Finance Forum just prior to OTC. While in Houston I was afforded the opportunity to

Managing Editor interview Yohei Sasakawa, Chairman of the Nippon Foundation, a global grant fund that

Eric Haun has interests in many global projects and issues, including the oceans. The contents of

Special Projects this interview will fuel a future edition, but the Nippon Foundation was in town to sign an

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MOU with Deepstar, as Japan is de? nitely in the market for subsea expertise and education of the coming generation, a strategic move to help it discover and recover some interesting

Contributing Writers natural resources found off of its shores (see page 10).

Capt. Edward Lundquist, USN (Ret.)

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Per usual, this edition is packed with latest trends and developments on subsea technolo-

Tom Mulligan, Ireland gy, and our latest addition to a growing contributor staff is Elaine Maslin, known to many

Claudio Paschoa, Brazil of you for her outstanding reporting on all matters energy, both traditional oil and gas as

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Irina Vasilets well as renewables.

Starting on page 22, “Put a Socket in It” discusses the energy revolution and recent efforts to power up the sea? oor. This was a natural transition to her second feature in this

Production & Graphic Design

Nicole Ventimiglia edition, “Taking Up Residency,” which looks at the fast-moving evolution of robotic sys- tems taking up permanent residence on the sea? oor, starting on page 34.

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