We’re very happy to have Séan on board. His experience in the artificial lift and optimization industry will prove invaluable in helping to move ETC even further ahead in Canada, the United States and internationally.
Calgary, Alberta (PRWEB) June 16, 2015
Extreme Telematics Corp. (ETC) is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Séan Emery to the position of Vice-President, Sales and Marketing. Reporting to ETC’s President and CEO Mark Scantlebury, Emery will be responsible for all sales and marketing efforts and will work to continue to advance ETC’s products in the marketplace.
“We’re very happy to have Séan on board,” said Scantlebury. “His experience in the artificial lift and optimization industry will prove invaluable in helping to move ETC even further ahead in Canada, the United States and internationally.”
Prior to joining ETC, Emery was most recently at Weatherford Canada, where he was a Product Line Manager and worked in automation, optimization, software and deliquification product lines. Before that, he was consistently a top performer and sales leader at Vaportech, Stellarton Technologies.
With over 17 years of oil and gas experience and 20 years of sales experience, Emery brings to ETC a solid foundation of industry knowledge and the ability to affect positive change across multiple business units.
For more information, please contact:
Jehn Scantlebury, Marketing Manager
About Extreme Telematics Corp.
Extreme Telematics Corp. (ETC) is a manufacturer of oilfield electronics based in Calgary, Canada. In 2001, ETC set out to deliver certified plunger lift controls that would operate reliably in Canada’s often harsh conditions. Today, ETC plunger lift controls and sensors dominate the Canadian market, and are quickly gaining traction in the United States. In addition to the ALiEn2 plunger lift controller, ETC’s plunger lift product line includes the well-known Cyclops plunger arrival sensor and the Sasquatch plunger velocity sensor, which began field trials with several major producers in spring 2015.