We had the pleasure of attending the 40th Anniversary celebration of Canada House Gallery in Banff. (www.canadahouse.com) If you have a chance to visit them when you are in Banff, I am sure you won’t be disappointed. They specialize in Canadian artists and the staff is very approachable and friendly. So check them out!

On the Move...

Gulia Popov, after 14 years with Sensor Geophysical, has joined Vecta Oil and Gas, Ltd. in The Woodlands, Texas. Vecta utilizes multicomponent seismic data (3-Component as well as 9-Component) along with conventional P-wave data in their search for oil and gas. Gulia will lead Vecta’s seismic data processing effort. Gulia can be reached at: gulia@vectaoilandgas.com, 281-466-1962.

Dave Bloxham joins Absolute Imaging Inc. as a Senior Processing Geoscientist and will be responsible for the processing of 2D/3D/4D land projects. He has over 20 years of stratigraphic and complex structural processing experience from many basins around the world. Dave is a welcome addition to Absolute’s Seismic Processing team and can be reached at dave@absoluteimaging.ca or 403-209-6848.

Stewart Trickett joins Absolute Imaging Inc. as a Senior Software Developer. He has over 30 years of experience developing seismic processing software and has been the main architect of a number of processing systems. His primary area of interest is Signal Processing and he has written algorithms on Deconvolution, Multiple Attenuation, Noise Attenuation and 5D Interpolation. Stewart is a welcome addition to Absolute’s Software Development and Research team and he can be reached at stewart@absoluteimaging.ca or 403-817-2099.

Absolute Imaging Inc. is a leading provider of land and marine seismic data processing solutions including depth imaging, reservoir characterization, multicomponent processing, and environmental near-surface imaging. Absolute’s professional team has extensive experience processing 2D and 3D data from basins around the world in both subtle stratigraphic and complex geological environments.



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