Epilson Energy Shuffles Senior Level Management
Epsilon Energy has recently made significant additions to its operational personnel. Having opened a Marcellus operations office in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania earlier this year, with the addition of the new hires, Epsilon feels it has positioned itself for long-term growth. These new additions are as follows:
Bruce Martin, based in Epsilon's Houston, Texas office, will serve as the Corporation's Geoscience Manager. Mr. Martin has 30 years in the oil and gas industry and has previously held the role of Senior Staff Geologist at Southwestern Energy, as well has worked at EnCana Oil and Gas US, Chesapeake Energy Corporation and Devon Energy.
Judith Erickson, Esq., based in Epsilon's Meshoppen, Pennsylvania office, is working as the Corporation's Land Manager. Ms. Erickson has over 20 years of experience in the oil and gas industry and has previously held the position of Daugherty Petroleum's In-House Land Attorney & Senior Staff Landman as well as Jardine Matheson Ltd.'s U.S. Land Manager.
Neil Greenly, also based in Epsilon's Meshoppen office, is working as the Corporation's Manager of Production and Pipelines. Mr. Greenly has 33 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, and was previously the VP Pipeline and Compressor Development at Norse Energy, Senior Storage Engineer at Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation and Pipeline/Facility Engineer & Production Superintendent at Cabot Oil and Gas Corporation.
Along with additional support staff added in Epsilon's Toronto and Meshoppen offices, Mr. Martin, Ms. Erickson and Mr. Greenly are welcome additions to the Epsilon team and the Corporation is confident these new hires will bring much experience and new opportunities to the table.