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DeepGreen acquired TOML from Deep Sea Mining Finance Limited.
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DeepGreen Metals, Inc. today announced that it has acquired Tonga Offshore Mining Limited (TOML), giving the company exploration rights to a 74,713 km2 block of CCZ seabed that contains an inferred resource of 756 million wet tonnes of polymetallic nodules*.

DeepGreen acquired TOML from Deep Sea Mining Finance Limited.

https://deep.green/deepgreen-acquires-th...c-nodules/
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which of these entities is related to Nautilus?

I am always tempted to reach out to law firms to see about igniting a class action lawsuit.
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TOML was a company that belonged to Nautilus - TOML was focused to the nodules - this part should remain with Nautilus (old) and now it is sold by DSMF

for me this have a very bad smell and indicates that NUSMF was hit to the wall with purpose

I wouldn't be surprised if the vessel is "our" old one which was meanwhile "parked" at the dubios indian guy/company to accelerate the bankrupty
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(05-08-2020, 04:57 PM)seabedmining Wrote: TOML was a company that belonged to Nautilus - TOML was focused to the nodules - this part should remain with Nautilus (old) and now it is sold by DSMF

for me this have a very bad smell and indicates that NUSMF was hit to the wall with purpose

I wouldn't be surprised if the vessel is "our" old one which was meanwhile "parked" at the dubios indian guy/company to accelerate the bankrupty

WE should see if Mike Johnson might be able to shed some light on all of this. His exit was 6 months before things started to smell funny.
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