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NUMBER 27 - DECEMBER 2002
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In 1993, Geoservices’North Sea District
set itself the ambitious target of winning
the most coveted Safety award in their
area every year for ten years. That ambi-
tion was realized on the 29th November
this year when the District was awarded
its 10th Sword of Honour from the British
Safety Council at a cere-
mony in the Goldsmiths’
Hall, London.
Benoît Debray, Chief Oper-
ating Officer, received the
Sword on behalf of the
company and recognized
that it was “a tribute to the
hard work and team effort
put in by the entire North
Sea District over the years.
We take the Safety of our
personnel and others very
seriously, and it is enor-
mously gratifying that this
has been recognized in such
a prestigious way”.
The Sword of Honour was awarded to a
select group of just 23 companies this
year by Mr David Ballard, Director Gen-
eral of the Council, who said “you have
shown you are truly world class by adopt-
ing best practice”.
December 2002
Objective Achieved - 10 Years of World Class Safety Performance
Benoît Debray, receiving the tenth Sword of Honour in
November on behalf of the company from Mr David Bal-
lard, Director General of the British Safety Council.
At this time of the year, on behalf of
the shareholders, management and
ourselves we wish to convey our warm
greetings to you and your families for
the coming year. As we look forward
with enthusiasm to the opportunities
and challenges of 2003, we also wish
to thank you all for your contribution
to the growth of Geoservices over the
past twelve months.
During that time we had the pleasure
of visiting most of our twelve Districts
and we noted with pleasure the posi-
tive spirit and enthusiasm which was
clearly producing benefits in many
sectors. We are sure that over the past
year the management messages con-
cerning service quality and safety have
not gone unnoticed. The New Year
will see the growth of existing busi-
ness segments as well as the real emer-
gence of new ones and we all must
remain focused on these fundamental
aspects of our business.
The first quarter of 2003 promises to
be an exciting time with the com-
mercial launch of our new Mud
Logging services, Geonext and
FLAIR, and other important devel-
opments concerning our Well
Intervention services.
We look forward to meeting even
more of you in 2003.
Bruno Burban Benoît Debray Season’s Greetings!
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Since May of this year, Geoservices Inc.
in Houston has hosted a series of short
seminars describing current mud log-
ging techniques for exploration geolo-
gists. The most recent, the third in the
series, was held November 6-7 for a
group from ChevronTexaco. The sem-
inar was organized by Chris Platt and
Richard Parker of Sales, Marketing &
Development, and presented by George
(Gill) Haines.
The course, which can be tailored for
presentation over one or two days, con-
sists of the following modules:
1 Introduction (overview of mud logging)
2 Sampling techniques
3 Gas detection
4 Pressure detection and evaluation
5 Quality control of mud
logging data
6 Advanced services
(ALS-K, ALS-EVE,
Cuttings Flow Meter,
etc.).
The seminar closed with
case studies of drilling
events recorded by mud
logging operators, sup-
plied by the participants
themselves. They found
the experience “highly
useful”, and follow-up contacts
indicate an interest in running
additional sessions in the
future.
All the course materials have been for-
warded to the Human Resources Depart-
ment in Paris, and can be made available
to other staff interested in running such
a seminar.
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There is Life Beyond Data Engineering!
Mud Logging Orientation Course
a ‘Hit’ With Client Geologists
Geologists from ChevronTexaco, associated with
that company's West African operations, attended
a seminar on mud logging techniques Nov. 6-7,
2002, at the Geoservices Inc. training center in
Houston. L to R: Catherine Ronck, Monika
Cogoini, Clyde Sellers, Jennifer Beall and Louise
Wilson.
Geoservices has long been looking for
ways to expand its career opportunities
to suit the experience and capa-
bilities of its top Mud Logging
Engineers. This desire fits
closely with part of our Mud
Logging marketing strategy
which aims to increase the
added value of our services
through the combination of
specific technology and highly
competent engineers and geol-
ogists. Today we are in a position to
offer an increasing number of
hand picked engineers and
geologists the possibility to go
beyond data engineering.
Whether it be as a FLAIR*,
Pre Vue or Geonext Engineer;
as a Well Site Geologist or in
the role of Perform Engineer (in the con-
text of the Geoservices - Schlumberger
alliance), new opportunities and chal-
lenges exist for those with the correct set
of skills, proven competence and the
desire to move forward. The skills set for the above roles over-
lap to some extent; however the ability
to analyse, communicate, and lead are
essential. The objective is to turn data
into information, and whether the issue
is formation pressure, reservoir evalu-
ation or drilling optimisation, our clients
want information which can increase
well-site safety, reduce drilling costs
and improve formation evaluation. Oper-
ating oil and gas companies are
prepared to pay for these skills,
and Geoservices is committed
to investing in its engineers
who can make the grade. The
above roles all require specific
training and this has already
begun with log interpretation,
geochemistry, reservoir engi-
neering and pore pressure
engineering courses underway.
These new roles will offer
exciting opportunities for those
of you who are prepared to
take on a new level of respon-
sibility. We currently need an
additional 20 engineers, so if
you feel you have the drive
that is required, contact the HR
coordinator in your region who will
inform the necessary people of your can-
didature. The rewards and responsibil-
ities are there for the taking.
* Fluid Analysis In Real-time
The symbol is being sug-
gested as a logo to represent
our new ‘n-gineering’ positions.
As you can see, it is central to
the new Geonext service. It will
appear in various colors to rep-
resent the different positions.
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N E W S F R O M T H E D I S T R I C T S
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On the 25th September, a safety award
ceremony was held at the Geoprolog Inti-
wijaya base in Balikpapan, Kalimantan,
Indonesia. The ceremony was attended
by Geoprolog/Geoservices management
and staff as well as our clients.
and Mrs Diah has actively promoted
safety by attending and chairing many
base safety/quality meetings in Balik-
papan. The management has always
insisted on safety initiatives and the
ongoing use of auditing as a tool for
safety improvement.
After the formal part of the evening, all
enjoyed singing and dancing to music
provided by a local band.
Geoprolog has worked in Balikpapan
for over 27 years, providing mud log-
ging, well testing and MPLTservices to
clients such as TotalFinaElf, Unocal and
Vico. The award ceremony marked 10
years of operations without a Lost Time
Incident (LTI). Our District Manager,
Mrs Diah Sulasmo, presented base and
field staff with a certificate and com-
memorative clock to mark the occasion.
Safety commitment begins at the top,
Geoservices staff celebrating 10 years of operations free
from any Lost Time Incidents in Balikpapan, Indonesia.
Geoservices has been performing
wireline work in the Bongkot gas field,
operated by PTTEP, in the Gulf of Thai-
land for many years. Some of the plat-
forms do not have cranes for offload-
ing equipment from a supply ship, so
the supplies have to be delivered by
helicopter. The picture above shows
part of a Geoservices “heli-portable”
wireline unit being hooked up to fly
away. Each unit is composed of three
parts, each weighing less than 800 kg.
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Anumber of personnel reached their 20 years of service milestone this year in South-east Asia. They are pictured be-
low receiving the watch that Geoservices presented them with to mark the occasion.
Twenty Years of Service in South-east Asia
Balikpapan Celebrates 10 years Without a Single Lost Time Incident
The three Gerries; Gerry Tan, Asia-
Pacific Area Finance Manager, holding
his award, flanked by Gerry Meillan
(left) and Gerry Thibaudeau from Paris
Twenty-year awards presented in Indone-
sia by Diah Sulasmo (left) to Pink Zarwono,
Base Logging Coordinator; Nazaruddin,
TDC Engineer and Johny Effendi, Senior
TDC Engineer.
Noel Saldanha, Well Site Geologist
(right), receiving his watch from
Clyde D’Mello
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Due to increased activity in West Africa,
the District office has been transferred to
Libreville, Gabon to take advantage of
that city’s good facilities for communi-
cation and travel throughout the region. Tunisia is currently enjoying a period of
(relatively) high drilling activity. Geoser-
vices has four long-term Mud Logging
contracts under way and good prospects
for more in the New Year. Our crews of
mainly local personnel have done an
excellent job of keeping up with the high
volume of activity. To address our Dis-
trict training needs, a Mud Logging train-
ing centre is under construction in Sfax
and we hope to bring in the first trainees
in January, 2003. Mostafa Abdel Mon-
eim leads this project with the help of
Slim Frikha, our Base Technician.
Louis Vaissade, former North Africa Dis-
trict Manager, has been transferred back
to Head Office (see page 8) and replaced
by Thom Czerwinski, based in Tunis.
We wish them both all the best in their
new assignments.
It has been a very busy year, one that has
surpassed some expectations. Our bud-
get forecast has been met, with 14 rig
ups and 9 rig downs all being performed
safely by our excellent team of person-
nel. The accolade they have earned for
our District is the coveted Sword of Hon-
our (see front page), a record in itself as
we now have a safety record which many
companies will only dream of: 10 safe
years and 10 Swords from our auditors,
the British Safety
Council. We can all
be justifiably proud.
There will be no
"resting on our lau-
rels" though, as we
do not expect a quiet
festive period, with
the Sedco 712 being
installed for Shell
shortly. Also, an
onshore rig move for
the NAM land rig, a
potential rig move
and rig up for
ExxonMobil on the
SF 140 and, the final
installation of 2002
for Statoil in Nor-
way, on the Stena Don.
That makes the Gulfaks
B, C, Borgland Dolphin & Deepsea Trym
for Statoil, and the Njord platform for
Norsk Hydro all con-
ducted safely within the
last Quarter. With a lit-
tle luck we shall also be
installing our first
Geonext operation for
TFE in Holland on New
Year’s Day. Let’s hope
it goes ahead, and pro-
vides the perfect start
for 2003 for us all. A
bright but very compet-
itive 2003 is forecast
with our first mobile on
the Kristin HPHT field
with Geonext scheduled
already for March. Fes-
tive greetings to every-
one from the North Sea!
Part of the Tunisian Mud Logging team on an explo-
ration well for Athanor Tunisia B.V. from left: Slim
Frikha (Base Technician), Mostafa Abdel Moneim (Mud
Logging Instructor), Aladin Bouchaala (Mud Logger)
and Mourad Omrani (Mud Logger).
N E W S F R O M T H E D I S T R I C T S
Geoservices took part in the Oil & Gas
Exhibition held in Tyumen, in Western
Siberia from September 24 to 27. All the
Russian E&P operators of Western
Siberia visited the Geoservices booth and
demonstrated a high degree of interest
in our new technologies. A First Class
Diploma was awarded to Geoservices
by the Governor of the Tyumen Oblast
and by the General Director of the Exhi-
bition, for "development and successful
introduction of up-to-date technologies,
equipment and scientific developments in
the oil and gas industry".The photo
above shows, from the left: Irina
Leskovskaia (ERIP), Paul Geiss, Larissa
Sinkova, Eduard Pribytkov, Didier Tes-
tud and Dominique Bertault (ERIP).
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Staff from the North Sea District with their 10 Swords,
from the left; Jeff Garnet, Steve Davidge, Françoise
Faure, John Christie, Ahmed Ibrahim, Morag Noble,
Nik Spanovic and George Paterson
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N E W S F R O M T H E D I S T R I C T S
Brazil
Geoservices has been awarded a two-
year contract with Petrobras in the São
Mateus Area, in the State of Espírito
Santo, located 800 km north of Rio de
Janeiro. This new contract includes one
low pressure separator, some MQG-X
gauges and one more slickline unit. We
are planning to open new Base to sup-
port this new contract and to keep look-
ing for new opportunities. Additionally,
ERIPis a European-Russian Council for
co-operation in the petroleum industry,
based in Tyumen, which is giving con-
siderable support to Geoservices’ busi-
ness development in the Western Siberia
area.
The Continental Europe District team
had its yearly seminar in Alsace in mid-
November. Particular thanks to Anna
Albano from S,M&D and Steve
Drinkwater, Area Slickline Operations
Manager, who brought a good contri-
bution to the debates. Opportunity was
taken to visit the French Museum of
Petroleum located at Merkwiller-Pechel-
bronn, in the far North of Alsace. The
Pechelbronn region, well known for the
curative effects of its oil from the end of
the Middle Ages, had the benefit of major
industrial development towards the mid-
dle of the 18th century. Alsace nowa-
days produces some 10,000 tons of oil
per year.
two more slickline units have been
requested for the current con-
tract with Petrobras in the
Campos field. We expect to
see continued growth in Well
Intervention next year and
we are also optimistic about
the potential of new Field
Surveillance services.
Bolivia
We have been awarded a
contract with Repsol YPF
Bolivia to provide Mud Log-
ging services in all their Boli-
vian operations through to
2004. Two of the units have already been
mobilized. Also, an
additional unit will be
provided to the
Korean company
Dong Won during
December. Addition-
ally, Well Test activ-
ity continues with the
completion of one
major DST/WToper-
ation in September
and, pending opera-
tions in December, for
Petrobras Bolivia S.A.
Rio Oil Show
This year, the 17th
Wor l d Pet r ol eum
Congress was held in Rio
de Janeiro, together with
the bi-annual Rio Oil & Gas Show from
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September. Geoservices, par-
ticipated for the second time with a stand
where our main services and new tech-
nology were exhibited and promoted.
This Rio Oil & Gas Show was a great
opportunity to make contacts with oil
companies in Brazil and also all of South
Latin America, enabling us to gather
important information about future oper-
ations and new opportunities in the
SLAM District. On the first day of the
show, Geoservices invited its clients to
a typical dinner where the local food and
music were combined with a traditional
Capoeira dance show, a cultural repre-
sentation of the Bahia state in Brazil.
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At the Rio Oil Show in September; L to R: Lex van den
Heuvel, Pascal Mirville, José Fariña, Benoit Debray,
Fernando Mello, Graeme Rignault, Ricardo Ferretti,
François Millet and Clay Crain.
At the Field Surveillance Seminar in Buenos Aires in October; L to R: Eduardo
Garcia, José Farina, Raul Jurado, Mario Ayala, Miguel Ansaldi, Richard
Parker, Clay Crain, Fernando Mello, Frank Brannan, Pascal Mirville, Pierre
Baradat-Liro, Guy Torcatis, Chris Platt, and Ricardo Ferretti.
along with better-adapted Personal Pro-
tective Equipment (PPE). Safety glasses
needed to make a better seal with the
face than normal safety glasses; a breath-
ing mask for ash and toxic gases was
needed and any type of cap to cover the
head became part of the PPE for Geoser-
vices personnel working in Quito.
As Mario says; “we knew how to live
with a client’s demands, but now Geoser-
vices is learning how to live with a vol-
cano!”
dropped on Quito, affecting normal
office activity and operations logistics.
The ash even reached the Galapagos
Islands, some 1,400
km to the west in the
Pacific Ocean.
Three bridges and a
new pipeline under
construction were
destroyed by the vol-
canic eruption and
Quito’s airport was
closed for 10 days
due to the ash. Anor-
mal trip by road was
delayed by about 8
hours and it took 10
hours longer than
normal to reach the
closest rigsite, 400 km
from Quito.
New HSEQ procedures
had to be implemented
As if operations in the
remote areas of the Ama-
zon jungle were not dif-
ficult enough under nor-
mal conditions, Mario
Ayala and his team in
Ecuador have a new
force of nature to put up
with - volcanoes!
In the first week of
November, the Geoser-
vices Base in Quito was
affected by the eruption
of the Reventador vol-
cano, even though it is
100 km away. More
than 1 million tons of vol-
canic ash and clouds of sul-
phur dioxide (SO2) and
very small concentrations
(less than 0.5 ppm) of
hydrogen sulphide (H2S),
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N E W S F R O M T H E D I S T R I C T S
In this photo of Quito Airport, it is not
difficult to spot the plane which flew
in after the volcanic ash had settled.
The spectacular eruption of
the Reventador volcano in
November. Since 1999 three
volcanoes have erupted in
Ecuador: Guagua Pichincha
(4,790 m), 3 km east of Quito,
Tungurahua (5,020 m), 100
km south of Quito and Reven-
tador (3,562 m), 100 km
south-east of Quito.
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Alan Dunn, an Australian from Can-
berra, has so enjoyed his new assign-
ment to Latin America that he was
prompted to send us his account of it
below. Alan is something of an adven-
turer having set out at the age of 19 on
a 20,000 km bicycle trip around Aus-
tralia. He returned to Canberra to gain
a BSc in geology before setting out again
to backpack around Asia, including a
1000 km walk across Nepal and Tibet
in winter. Before joining Geoservices
in 1996, Alan had been an English
teacher in Korea, worked at the Royal
Australian Mint, on the film set of
Crocodile Dundee II and been a research
assistant in a science lab. Since then, he
worked for many of Geoservices’clients
all over Australia before being assigned
to Ecuador, about which he had this to
say;“As an Australian Data Engineer
posted to Ecuador for a year, I wasn't
exactly certain what conditions to
expect, but I'm glad to say it has been a
thoroughly enjoyable experience work-
ing with such a pro-
fessional outfit. While
I have had the oppor-
tunity to work for sev-
eral different operat-
ing companies here,
Geoservices primarily
used me as part of an
ongoing 2-cabin mud
logging contract with
Occidental. This work
brought me to the edge
of the Amazon jungle
near Ecuador's north-
eastern border with
Peru. Given the fact
that personnel and
equipment must travel by
plane, bus, and boat, often through tor-
rential rain, to get to this location, one
would expect common logistical prob-
lems in equipment supply and opera-
tion. However, both the client and myself
are happy to report that Geoservices
provides a very professional mud log-
ging service with timely technical assis-
tance and management support from
Quito. I would like to thank the Geoser-
vices crew here for providing such an
efficient and friendly work environ-
ment.”
Alan Dunn, TDC Eden-Yuturi, Ecuador
An Australian in Latin America
The Geoservices mud logging crew on site at Eden-
Yuturi in the Ecuadorian jungle, from left to right;
Alan Dunn, TDC Engineer; Luis Aguilar, Mud Logger;
Patricio Gomez, Sample Catcher; Tito Maleza, Sam-
ple Catcher and Jose Sanchez, Mud Logger
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To achieve the future goals of Geoser-
vices requires excellence in all aspects
of our work. This includes not only our
technical and professional services, but
also our business processes and our man-
agement skills. ABase Manager or Country Manager in
Geoservices requires a broad set of man-
agement skills and knowledge in addi-
tion to the technical / professional exper-
tise that all our staff have when they first
start work with us. Geoservices is focus-
ing strongly on helping managers to
improve those skills.
During the first week of December,
eleven managers from around the world
participated in the first of a revised “Base
& Country Managers’ Training Semi-
nar” at head office in Le Blanc-Mesnil.
The aim of the seminar is to give exist-
ing and potential managers an under-
standing of the many aspects of running
their businesses. The seminar consists
of a number of talks prepared and enthu-
siastically presented by head-office man-
agers and their staff.
Indeed, the speakers
included most of our
top Management,
reflecting the impor-
tance that this train-
ing is given. The talks
were reinforced by a
business simulation
that has been consid-
erably modified over
the past 12 months
and which highlights
the complex inter-
relationships between
different business factors.
The participants worked
in 3 teams, each team run-
ning a simulated “Base” in a different
country, together forming part of a sin-
gle District. The simulation ran through
9 calendar months and included win-
ning contracts, preparing a budget, man-
aging equipment and personnel, and
tracking the profit & loss as they pro-
gressed through 6 months of the fol-
lowing year and tried to stay on budget.
The schedule for the week was inten-
sive, with the teams working until late
in the evening. In addition to this structured training,
the seminar allowed the managers, with
different levels of experience and work-
ing in different countries with different
cultures, to meet each other and
exchange experiences and ideas. It also
allowed them to meet many of the peo-
ple in head office with whom they reg-
ularly communicate by telephone or e-
mail, but had not
previously met.
Despite the amount
of work and the
tough schedule, the
teams remained
highly enthusiastic
and attentive
throughout the
whole week,
reflecting the strong
dedication and
commitment that
our managers have
to securing the
future success of
Geoservices. At the
end of the week a
very exhausted group of managers cel-
ebrated the conclusion of the training
with a night on the town!
Base/Country Manager Training
Management training made interesting with a simulation
board game: L to R: Mathieu Beauvais, Todd Pate,
Ahmed Ibrahim, Michel Payen (Consultant), Alec Robin-
son (Coordinator), Olivier Durand, Jean-Jacques Adam
(in front), Franck Urbanik and Trevor Packer
Kristin Gabrielsen first joined Geoser-
vices in 1994 to work as a secretary in
our Stavanger office, Norway. She later
became personnel coordinator and it
was during a shortage of mud loggers
that she jokingly suggested that maybe
she would have to go offshore and do
the job herself! Arie Romer, Norway
Country Manager, thought that was not
such a bad idea and Kristin ended up on
a mud logging training course. She was
assigned to her first mud logging job in
1998, having previously studied drilling
technology and petroleum geology at
the Petroleum Training Institute, Nor-
way. In 2000, she came back to the
office as Base Technical Assistant and
HSE Coordinator and also took care of
finalising Well Reports. Last June,
Kristin kept the Norway operations run-
ning when Arie unfortunately fell ill
and, by August, she was offered the job
of Assistant Country Manager. The occa-
sion of the Management Training course
was Kristin’s first
time to come to
Geoservices’Head
Office and she
said; “it was good
to meet Base Man-
agers from around
the world and hear
of their different
experiences and
the various chal-
lenges they faced. I
particularly appre-
ciated the practi-
cal aspects of the
course and the pre-
sentations from
managers of some
Head Office departments”. We wish
Kristin all the best in her new job.
From Secretary to Assistant Country Manager
Kristin Gabrielsen was in Team West in
the management training course with,
from the left: Alessandro Nardelli, Alistair
Gray, and Thomas Rebilly
No time was wasted at our first combined
seminar - in getting to know each other
as our multinational HSEQ team demon-
strated their own communication skills
to discuss a wide range of challenges and
identify our priorities for 2003. Top man-
agement gave great support right from
the outset of our hectic 3-day programme,
which included lively presentations and
excellent exchange of ideas and
experience from all attendees
and the invited guests.
Eight Health, Safety, Environ-
mental, Quality or Security top-
ics were ultimately selected for
our combined effort - all of
which will help improve aware-
ness, training, reporting and ulti-
mately our HSEQ performance.
The close-out presentation by
Bruno Burban left no one in any
doubt as to the commitment and
determination for Geoservices to lead in
HSEQ by optimising our significant
experience in every area we operate in.
Quotes from those involved:
“First of all… the past few days in Paris
were invaluable for me both from a com-
munication and knowledge building
stand point”.
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Geoservices International HSEQ-S Seminar (19 to 21 November)
Participants in the HSEQ-S seminar in November;
L to R: Rob Taylor, Abdallah Awara, Alessandro
Ricci, Mike Burrell, Keith Cheeseman, Pradeep
Benjamin, Malcolm Sim, Dave Walker, Georges
Leblay, Trent Ledrew and Omar Gonzalez
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“It shows to me the real commitment
that Geoservices has to promote stan-
dards within our company”.
“We all felt the benefit that this semi-
nar had in terms of new ideas and orga-
nized and well-structured projects”
“Team spirit was created amongst all
the participants”
“Agood constructive atmosphere was
created by the semi-informal style of pro-
ceedings, which in turn helped the shar-
ing of information and ideas between
attendees”
Once again the company's high levels of activity and development throughout the year led to a great degree of person-
nel mobility in 2002. The table below shows who moved where and when; apologies to anyone we may have missed.
Base Personnel Movements in 2002
MONTH NAME FROM TO JOB TITLE
DISTRICT Country/City DISTRICT Country/City
February David Cook NLAM Venezuela NLAM Caracas District Manager
February Ahmed Ibrahim North Sea Aberdeen Country Manager February Alain Camblong North Africa Algeria SM&D Le Blanc-Mesnil Sales Coordinator
March Franck Urbanik Field West Africa Cameroon Base Manager
March Trent Ledrew Field North America Houston District Safety Co-ordinator
April T.J. (Bobby) Raphael Middle East Abu Dhabi Middle East Yemen Base Manager
April Alistair Gray Field Middle East Abu Dhabi Base Manager
April Denis Broyer NLAM Caracas Remote Italy - Pescara Product line Manager
April Andy Mynors Field Indonesia Balikpapan Base Manager
June David Mitchell Middle East Dubai Production Operations Manager
June Jean-Paul Le Cann Technical Dept Le Blanc-Mesnil SM&D Le Blanc-Mesnil FS & WI Marketing Manager
July Sami Ben Aicha Middle East Yemen Middle East Iran Country Manager
July Dave Walker West Africa Nigeria West Africa Port Harcourt District HSEQ Co-ordinator
July Christian Galfi West Africa Nigeria SM&D Le Blanc-Mesnil Field Surveillance Engineer
August Hervé Dreanic West Africa Nigeria West Africa Angola Mud Logging Manager
August Cyrille Montesinos OAD-ML Le Blanc-Mesnil West Africa Nigeria Mud Logging Manager
August John McHardy OAD-WT Le Blanc-Mesnil Middle East Dubai Production Manager
September Didier Testud Middle East Sudan Continental Europe Russia Country Manager
September Sajjad Ahmad Field Middle East Sudan Base Manager
September Kristin Gabrielsen North Sea Norway North Sea Stavanger Assistant Country Manager Norway
October Thom Czerwinski North Africa Tunis North Africa Tunis District Manager
October Steve Drinkwater Districts & Ops Le Blanc-Mesnil Area Slickline Operations Manager
October Graeme Rignault Districts & Ops Houston Area Slickline Operations Manager
October Malcom Sim Field North Sea Aberdeen District HSEQ Co-ordinator
November Eric Saussol West Africa Libreville Remote Tunis Remote HR Manager
November Emmanuel Brotons West Africa Congo West Africa Nigeria General Manager Operations
November Jacques Chedotal West Africa Gabon West Africa Congo Country Manager
November Benjamin Pradeep Field Middle East Dubai District HSEQ Co-ordinator
November Mike Davis SLAM Bolivia NLAM Trinidad Base Manager
November Daniel Chevrotin Immo. Stock Le Blanc-Mesnil SM&D Le Blanc-Mesnil Consultancy Coordinator
December Louis Vaissade North Africa Tunis SM&D Le Blanc Mesnil Business Development Manager
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