Wavefield InSeis Makes Senior Appointment

Wavefield InSeis AS, which provides marine geophysical services, has appointed Phil Suter to the position of regional marketing and sales manager, EAM. With extensive experience in the E&P industry, Suter's appointment further strengthens Wavefield's senior management team. Suter will play a key role in developing the company through its next phase of growth.

With 31 years experience in the oil and gas industry, Suter joins Wavefield after four years as an independent consultant and working through Flare Solutions. Previously, Suter has held a number of senior positions within the industry, including regional geoscience director at Paradigm Geophysical and senior management and marketing positions at Geco.

Based at Wavefield's London offices, Suter will report directly to Rick Donoghue, vice president sales and marketing, and will be responsible for increasing the awareness of the company's client services, together with leading the coordination and focusing of Wavefield's marketing and sales activities throughout the EAM region.

As Donoghue, explained, "Phil will bring invaluable experience to the role of marketing and sales manager. In addition to having a wealth of expertise in the E&P industry, he has a proven track record within the global marketplace which will be of real benefit to the ongoing development of the company."

Suter added, "I am delighted to be appointed Wavefield's marketing and sales manager for the EAM region. Primarily through intensive marketing activities, I aim to raise the profile of the company throughout the E&P marketplace, and I'm confident Wavefield will further strengthen its position as a leading player within the industry. I look forward to the challenges ahead."

Wavefield InSeis AS is a Norwegian marine geophysical company providing a range of services including long-offset 2D, high-capacity 3D, and full-service permanent 4D acquisition. The company specializes in increasing the exploration success of its clients and assisting them in maximizing production from their existing reservoirs.