The main focus of Tagruato Corporation is deep sea drilling, specifically for petroleum:
Ganu also liked to experiment ... he became a lead ocean scientist. His accomplishments are many, he is very big.
Tagrauto: About Us: Company History
In 1989, a brilliant young engineer named Ganu Yoshida was in search of an avenue to support his off-shore drilling revelations. Recognizing the potential still of the crumbling 力の手 (Hand Of Power) company, Yoshida and his investors purchased all shares from those who had led the dream astray.
First order of business was to build the Jimmu Drilling Station in the Inland Sea, named after the founder of Japan and the descendent of the sun goddess Amaterasu. The company’s new focus had been discovered -- deep sea Petroleum excavation. Over the next 15 years, twelve more drilling stations were built all over the globe, each more efficient and productive than the last.
Today, as drilling prepares on our fourteenth deep-sea station, Tagruato stands on the brink of joining the elite corporations of the planet earth.
Tagrauto: Investor News: Tagruato announces plans for "undersea construction sites"
Next time you drive by a large construction site demolishing a building or putting up new infrastructure, imagine it underwater.
... Tagruato has long been developing vehicles and machinery that will operate at the same capacity as the bulldozers and cranes you pass on the freeway each day, but also function at the ocean's greatest depths. COO Danno Jo, right hand man and cousin of CEO Ganu Yoshida, has been overseeing the revolutionary project.
"There are great reservoirs under the ocean floor that no one can get to due to obstruction by physical elements," explained Jo at the December 18th press conference. "With these new technologies in place, Tagruato will destroy any barrier."
Another benefit of these new technologies is the ability to actually construct drilling stations from the ground up. In the past, the process has been to build the various parts of the station in Tagruato's mainland factories, ship them across the oceans on aircraft carriers, and then reassemble them underwater. The process can be costly and time consuming.
"We can now skip that step," said Danno. "In a perfect world, we'll never have to work from the surface again."
Tagrauto: Deep Sea Drilling
Tagruato covers the planet. We have fourteen drilling stations strategically positioned around the globe, each a billion dollar marvel of modern engineering. ... Capable of excavation at distances exceeding 7,000 meters of water and 9,200 meters of seabed, the greatest depths of the oceans have been opened for business.
The implications are vast and bountiful. Tagruato boasts sole ownership of the functionality designs implemented in our drilling stations. This gives us unparalleled access to the natural resources that lie below the ocean floor. Namely Petroleum, the most sought-after resource in the world.
Here are all the stations listed on the interactive map:
|Jimmu Station||Inland Sea||Fri, Jun 14, 1991||176||5.4 billion|
|Suizei Station||Sea of Okhotsk||Fri, Sep 4, 1992||114||2.1 billion|
|Annei Station||Ionian Basin||Fri, Sep 11, 1992||124||2.2 billion|
|Itoku Station||Java Trench||Fri, Sep 18, 1992||91||1.5 billion|
|Kosho Station||Chukchi Sea||Sat, Feb 25, 1995||76||0.690 billion|
|Koan Station||East Siberian Sea||Sat, Feb 25, 1995||107||3.3 billion|
|Korei Station||Greenland Sea||Sat, Feb 25, 1995||88||1.7 billion|
|Kogen Station||Weddell Sea||Sat, Feb 25, 1995||197||8 billion|
|Kaika Station||Puerto Rico Trench||Sat, Feb 25, 1995||62||0.3 billion|
|Sujin Station||Diamantina Trench||Sat, Nov 7, 1998||314||17 billion|
|Suinin Station||Mariana Trench||Tue, Jan 30, 2001||273||13 billion|
|Keiko Station||South Sandwich Trench||Sat, May 17, 2003||207||9 billion|
|Seimu Station||Eurasia Basin||Tue, Mar 15, 2005||281||15 billion|
|Chuai Station||Mid-Atlantic Ridge||Opening September 2007||355||in development|