The Changing Landscape of the Marine Geophysical Industry from 2013 to 2018
The marine geophysical industry has changed significantly since 2013, largely driven by a continued weakening of the market. This has forced companies to focus on reducing costs in the short term rather than on a long-term strategy. Today's industry is more cost competitive, but is it equipped to address the underlying long-term challenges, among them increasing the exploration success of its customers?
This webinar for the SEG Europe Regional Advisory Committee forms part of the "State of the Energy Industry in Europe" series. It will address some of the changes to the marine geophysical industry in this period and the potential consequences of these changes.
Webinar Date and Time: 16 August 2018 at 08:00 AM CDT (Central time US & Canada)
Rune O. Pedersen, President & CEO of PGS.
Rune joined PGS in October 2010 and became President and CEO in 2017. His previous responsibilities at PGS combined the role of General Counsel and head of our legal team, by leading the communication, strategic customer relations, marketing, and corporate development functions. Prior to joining PGS, Rune served for four years as a partner in the law firm Arntzen de Besche, specializing in oil and gas, and before that he worked as an attorney and associate in the same firm. He started his career as a junior research fellow at the University of Oslo and has served as a deputy judge in a District Court of Norway. Rune has a law degree from the University of Oslo, a post-graduate diploma in European competition law from Kings College London, and an MBA from London Business School.
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