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CGI expands oil and gas deal

Oslo: Canada's CGI has extended its partnership with the international oil and gas industry with a deal to operate and further develop an IT system that manages oil and gas activities on the Norwegian continental shelf. The agreement with EPIM (Exploration and Production Information Management Association) has a total value of 74 million NOK (approx. CAD $13.5 million) over four years. EPIM is owned by companies engaged in exploration, production and transportation in Norway's offshore petroleum industry.

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