The IAGC is a better organization today because of Walt’s contributions and he will be missed.
(PRWEB) August 09, 2016
The International Association of Geophysical Contractors (IAGC) today announced that Walt Rosenbusch, its Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer will retire from the Association after nine years to pursue other opportunities.
Nikki Martin, President said, “The IAGC and its members are grateful for the years of accomplished service and leadership Walt provided the association and our staff. Walt is leaving a legacy of service to the IAGC members and a marked and beneficial impact on the geophysical industry. The IAGC is a better organization today because of Walt’s contributions, and he will be missed. We wish him nothing but the best in his future endeavors.”
“I’ve learned so much about the geophysical industry during my tenure with the IAGC. Our industry is a community of good and talented people who contribute their expertise and experiences in all that they do, every day. I would like to thank the members and staff that I have had the pleasure of working with for contributing to my understanding of the geophysical industry. I hope that I have given to the industry and the IAGC membership as much as I have received,” Walt Rosenbusch said.
Rosenbusch has 30 years of public and private sector experience and expertise in all aspects of federal and state oil and gas upstream regulatory activities. He served as Director of the Minerals Management Service (MMS) at the U.S. Department of the Interior, where he was directly responsible for the management of federal mineral revenue and outer continental shelf (OCS) leasing and administration programs.
Before becoming the IAGC’s Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Rosenbusch served as the Association’s Executive Vice President of Projects and Issues.
About the IAGC
The IAGC represents more than 125 member companies worldwide from all segments of the geophysical industry and is the only trade organization solely dedicated to representing the industry. It is the leader in geophysical technical and operations expertise and for more than 45 years, the IAGC has worked to optimize the business and regulatory climate and enhances public understanding to support a strong, viable geophysical industry essential to discovering and delivering the world’s energy resources.