MicroSeismic Announces Organizational Changes
MicroSeismic, Inc. (MSI), a leading geophysical service company providing 3-D passive seismic imaging for energy exploration and production, today announced that Terry Jbeili has joined the company as its Executive Vice President of Operations.
"We are very pleased to welcome Terry to the MSI team," said Peter Duncan, CEO and Founder of MicroSeismic, Inc. "Terry brings a wealth of operational experience from the oil and gas service sector and from growing companies both in the US and internationally. I am looking forward to him taking a leading role in managing the operations and continued growth of the company."
"I am excited to join the MicroSeismic team and am impressed with the rapid growth MSI has realized over the last three years which is testament to the client-centric culture within the company," said Terry Jbeili, COO, MicroSeismic. "I'm looking forward to shaping the
organization's operations to assure operational performance and efficiencies, and to deliver quality results and real value to our
clients. Our goal is to ensure that MSI remains a high-performing, results-focused company whose service offerings are aligned with our clients' needs."
Terry brings more than 30 years of experience in the exploration, development and production sectors of the petroleum industry, with
more than half spent abroad focusing on international operations in areas such as Europe, the North Sea, the Arabian Gulf, the Former Soviet Union and North Africa.
Terry holds a BSc from Imperial College, London University and is a member of the Society of Exploration Geophysicists and the Society of Petroleum Engineers.
MSI has grown to over 100 employees and continues to expand its team in technical and professional positions globally.
MicroSeismic, Inc. (MSI) is a global geophysical service company providing real-time monitoring and mapping of hydraulic fracture operations for developing unconventional oil and gas plays. Founded in 2003, MSI is the pioneer in monitoring microseismic activity utilizing surface and near-surface arrays. MSI's technology provides real-time information on fracture location and geometry helping operators increase production and recovery while decreasing cost and risk.