June is the last issue of the RECORDER until September. So if you have any announcements for the September issue, get them to me as soon as possible. I wish you all a wonderful summer and a great Stampede!
ON THE MOVE...
Cheran Mangat is pleased to announce she has joined Husky Energy as a Senior Geophysicist in the Oil Sands Division. You can reach Cheran at Cheran.firstname.lastname@example.org or 403-523-2226.
Joan Pilavci would like to let all her friends and colleagues know that she is now working as a Geophysical Technician in Data Management at Arc Resources Ltd. and can be reached at (403) 509-7214 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
Mark Jeroncic is pleased to announce his new career opportunity with CNRL. Mark can be reached at 403-232-4004 or by email: Mark.Jeroncic@cnrl.com.
Thrust Belt Imaging (TBI), a seismic data-processing company focussed on land seismic data, has experienced solid growth in international exploration markets in the past year. After moving on from their strategic alliance with WesternGeco, they are settling into new offices at Suite 215, 605 - 11 Avenue SW, on the corner of 11 Avenue and 5 Street.
New TBI staff in the past year includes Leonardo Escobar (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Thomas Hrycan (email@example.com). This spring, TBI had the good fortune of adding three sharp new geophysics graduates to the processing team: Dennis Ellison (firstname.lastname@example.org), Usman Shahid (email@example.com), and Tim MacArthur (firstname.lastname@example.org). Tim and Usman will start in the time-processing team, learning the processing sequence from the field records through to prestack time migration. Dennis will be working with Rob Vestrum (email@example.com) on 2D and 3D anisotropic-depth-migration projects.
Arcis Seismic Solutions (A TGS Company) Announces New Managing Director
Arcis Seismic Solutions, a subsidiary of TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company, wishes to announce to the industry that Katja Akentieva will be assuming the role of Managing Director, Arcis effective May 1, 2013. She will fill the role previously held by Brad Torry, who will be taking the position of Director of Geosciences, Western Hemisphere for TGS in Houston.
In his new role at TGS, Brad will be supporting Arcis’ ongoing Canadian geoscience initiatives, as well as those from the Arctic to Latin America. He plans to regularly visit Calgary to maintain client interaction and keep a finger on the pulse of local client needs.
Katja will assume Managing Director responsibilities, as well as maintain a leadership role in Arcis’ multiclient surveys group, continuing to strategically grow our Canadian data library business and advancing development and implementation of new imaging technology.
We look forward to our continued business relationships and supporting the success of our clients around the globe.
Contact: Katja – firstname.lastname@example.org or Brad – email@example.com.
Edge Technologies Inc. – New Employees
Edge Technologies is pleased to welcome Randy Cameron and Erin Corrigan to the Edge Tech Processing team.
Randy Cameron has over 30 years of experience in seismic data processing, with service at CGG, Amoco and most recently with CGGVeritas. Randy may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and 403.770.0440 (ext 237).
Erin Corrigan, graduated from the University of Calgary and has had both interpretation and processing experience with service at TAQA, CNRL, Seismic Solutions and most recently Earth Signal. Erin may be reached at erin.corrigan@edgetech. ca and 403.770.0440 (ext 230).
Edge Technologies is a Calgary, Alberta based company, specializing in on-shore seismic processing for the oil and gas industry in Canada and around the world. Edge Technologies: a leader in seismic processing technology.
For further information, contact: (403) 770-0440: main office www.edge-tech.ca.