Panther Software Corp., located at 300 - 5th Avenue S.W., Calgary, Alberta, TIP 3C4, wishes to announce the addition of two new members to their staff. Bruce Sketchley as Vice-President of Sales and Jeff Allison as Manager, Software Integration. Prior to joining Panther, Bruce held the position as Canadian Sales Manager, based in Calgary, for Landmark Graphics Corporation, Houston, Texas. Bruce's responsibilities include all aspects of worldwide sales and marketing. Jeff Allison has joined the Panther team after six years as a geophysicist with Chevron Canada. Jeff's responsibilities include software integration and customer technical support on Panther's software products. Bruce and Jeff can be reached by calling 234-9060.

Sceptre Resources Limited has recently added Bobbie Taylor and Andrew Bonvicini to their exploration team. You can call them at 298-9800.

David Mitrovica has returned to Calgary after spending some time in London, England. He may be reached at 270-8526.

Larry Cameron and Stu Miller are pleased to announce the formation of Absolute Exploration Services Ltd. located at #4, 3620 - 29th Street N.E. They are operating two seismic crews including a Sercel SN388 telemetry recording system. Larry and Stu may be reached at 250-5720 or fax them at 735-5075.

Kelman Seismic Processing Inc. is pleased to welcome Nancy Shaw, Sales and Marketing, Luiz Cordolino, Senior Processing Geophysicist, Neil Baker, Manager of Technical Services and Allan Willis, Processing and Workstation Services. Nancy Shaw, BSc, brings over 10 years of marketing experience in seismic processing exploration workstation, mapping and software sales. Luiz Cordolino, MSc Physics PhD (abd), worked most recently as a senior processing geophysicist as international contractor in both Houston and Venezuela. Luiz brings both technical processing expertise and fluency in Spanish/Portuguese to help KSPI expand into the growing Central and South American market. Neil Baker's career has involved field work as senior processing geophysicist and more recently as system software support for the SIDISI Interpretation workstation. Neil, along with Allan Willis, BSc, are responsible for KSPI's new geophysical workstation group, providing services in data loading system support and Photon interpretation workstation rental.

In the seismic brokerage news, Gord Breckenridge is the newest member of Kary Data Consultants Ltd. Gord will be joining Kary Data in the position of Geophysical Broker. He brings to the company 10 years of geophysical experience, specifically the storage and on site management of geophysical data. You may call him at 262-7021 or fax him at 262-1392. Best of luck Gord.

Prime Brokerage Consultants welcome two new members to their team. Herb Twittey joins Prime in the data management / sale position. Herb brings with him an extensive knowledge base of the seismic data trade and will be an asset to our efforts. Prime also welcomes Heather Chiovetti (McQuay) as a geophysical broker. Heather and Herb would welcome the opportunity to assist you with your seismic requirements and can be reached at 290-1121.

Our apologies for missing this one in the September issue. Solid State Geophysical Inc., is pleased to announce the appointment of Duncan W. McMaster as Vice President of International Operations and Geophysics. He well be responsible for the foreign activities of the company, as well as the continuance of interpretive services to the industry. Duncan may be reached at 255-9388.

That's all for now. Deadline for submission in November issue is October 10, 1994 so keep those faxes coming. Until next time.



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