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News from Kelman, Hampson-Russell, ESI, Geotrace, CGG, Tigress, TGS, Kadme, WellPoint and Roxar.

Kelman Technologies has reshuffled its board following the resignation of CFO Blake Lyon. Michael Van Every will takes Lyon’s seat on the Board. John Paul is interim president and Debbie Garbutt interim CFO.

Kevin Gerlitz has been transferred to Hampson-Russell’s Jakarta office. Gerlitz is a technical support geoscientist. The company is also looking to recruit a new support person in Jakarta.

Energy Solutions has appointed Tony Botterweck to its Board of Directors. Botterweck was previously with Koch Industries.

Bob Ge has joined Geotrace as Sr. Depth Imager in Houston. Ge was previously with Veritas GeoServices. Les Mitchell has also joined the company’s London office as EAME and CIS general manager. Mitchell was previously with Halliburton and Landmark Graphics.

Charles Zeltser is to manage CGG’s new Mumbai, India-based seismic processing center.

Anadarko has joined the BP Center for Visualization.

Tigress is looking to hire support geoscientists for work in Russia, CIS, Indonesia, West Africa and Iraq.

TGS Imaging has appointed Young Kim to head up its R&D effort. Kim was previously with ExxonMobil Exploration.

Norwegian consulting house Kadme AS is expanding operations with six recent hires—and is still searching for new employees.

Glen Murphy has resigned as president of WellPoint Systems. Randy Kuehn, VP Strategy, is also leaving. Both will continue to work in a consulting capacity.

Blair Wheeler has joined Aspen Tech as senior VP, Marketing. Wheeler started his carreer with Amoco.

Schlumberger Information Systems is to hold its annual Technical Symposium at the MGM Grand Hotel, Las Vegas from April 12-14.

Morten Tønnesen is to head up Roxar’s new Asia Pacific headquarters in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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