Dean Watson is COO of Aker Solutions, Egil Boyum is head of products and Mark Riding is head of strategy.
Mario Salazar is now the API’s ‘external mobilization manager.’
Ben Lazenby is director at Aqualis Middle East. Reuben Segar is COO at Aqualis Offshore.
Patrick Mullen is now COO at CB&I.
CGI has named George Schindler as president, CEO and member of the board, succeeding retiree Mike Roach.
Rhonda Morris is now Chevron’s corporate VP HR.
Grahame Blakey has joined DataCo as director of geoinformation.
Samantha Foley is now EnTouch’s CMO. She hails from Allegro.
Girish Saligram is president, global services at Exterran. He was previously with GE Oil & Gas.
Mark Blinn is to retire from his role as president and CEO at Flowserve. The company is seeking a replacement.
Geoscience BC has added Jared Kuehl, John Milne, and Alan Winter to its board of directors.
GSE has appointed Suresh Sundaram as class II director and chairman of the nominating committee. Jim Stanker is chairman of the audit committee. Sheldon Glashow is to retire from the board.
Enable Midstream Partners has named Craig Harris as EVP and chief commercial officer.
Mike Ortiz is now VP strategic development at New Century Software.
Mario Aguirre has been appointed director petrotechnical and geospatial data management chez Oxy.
Jordan Copland has joined Quorum as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. He hails from Omnitracs.
Peter Keilen is VP marketing and communication at Qinterra.
Marc Baca is now member of Russell Reynolds Associates’ industrial and energy and natural resources practices.
Helmuth Ludwig is to succeed retiree Norbert Kleinjohann as Siemens CIO.
John Green is now IT Manager at Seismic Image Processing.
Meg Gentle is now president and CEO of Tellurian. She hails from Cheniere.
Ikon Science reports the death of Mike Bacon, company’s principal geoscientist, ‘renowned writer and stylist.’
NIST has announced the death of Katharine Blodgett Gebbie, a ‘visionary physicist and senior government research administrator who supervised and mentored four Nobel laureates in physics.’
Engineer and ‘founder of the commercial reservoir simulation industry,’ Keith H. Coats died on September 13th.
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