Lucy is currently the Chief Technology Officer of RSI, and leads the company’s technical group which specializes in the analysis and interpretation of seismic, well log and marine EM data and in the integration of these data types for improved reservoir characterization. Lucy has ten years experience in developing and delivering new technology to the oil and gas industry, and has particular expertise in intellectual property protection and strategy.
Lucy has a PhD from the University of Cambridge for research in the field of CSEM and over 16 years’ experience in marine EM surveying and its application to the detection and characterisation of fluids in the earth. Following her PhD she was a Green Scholar at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography working on marine electromagnetic methods, before returning to Cambridge as a Leverhulme Trust/Downing College research fellow. In 2000 she moved to the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton as an NERC research fellow to continue her work on marine CSEM methods, before co-founding OHM in June 2002 and joining the company as its CTO. She is a recognized world expert in CSEM methods and was appointed an SEG honorary lecturer in 2011.
General Manager EAME / APAC
James has 12 years of experience in upstream G&G. Before joining the industry, he completed a PhD in imaging and inversion of teleseismic data. After, he started work as a structural geologist interpreting image logs data to characterise fractures and lithofacies in exploration and development settings. In 2005, James went on to join OHM in Aberdeen to work on processing and interpreting electromagnetic data. Soon after moving to Asia Pacific to spend the next 5 years in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur firstly as Area Geophysics, and then as Regional Manager for OHM / Rock Solid Images. James joined RSI’s Houston office as VP of QI Services in 2012. After 2 years, James opened RSI’s UK office where he currently manages both operations and business development teams for EAME and Asia Pacific.
Senior Vice President Business Development
Gareth graduated from the University of Keele, UK in 1978 with a Joint Honours degree in Geology and Geomorphology. In the same year he joined Digicon Geophysical as a seismic processing geophysicist. After a number of assignments with dedicated seismic processing centers in the UK, Nigeria, The Netherlands and the USA, Gareth was appointed manager of a dedicated seismic processing centre for O.G.D.C. in Islamabad Pakistan. Following the formation of CogniSeis Development in 1989, he was named Manager and ultimately Vice President of Far East Operations in Singapore where he remained until May 1998. In June 1998 he accepted the position of Vice President of Services and Sales for the Discovery Bay Company in Houston. Since co-founding Rock Solid Images in November 1998, Gareth has occupied a number of senior management roles culminating in his appointment as President in 2012.