“I’m pleased to have joined the Deep Imaging team. Deep Imaging’s EM solution is the most accurate frac monitoring technology, with the smallest, most low-impact footprint in the field.
TOMBALL, Texas (PRWEB) January 22, 2019
Deep Imaging, the technological leader in electromagnetic (EM) frac monitoring solutions, welcomes David Moore, formerly President and CEO of GMI Group, as the Company’s new President and CEO. He will assume day-to-day leadership of the Company and will also join Deep Imaging’s Board of Directors. Trevor Pugh, who previously held the dual role of CEO and CTO, will now serve as CTO full time and focus on accelerating the introduction of Deep Imaging’s real time EM monitoring product.
Hossam Elbadawy, a Deep Imaging Board Member and Managing Director at SCF Partners commented, “David has joined Deep Imaging at an exciting time. The Company is making significant technological strides in frac monitoring and is poised to disrupt the market. David will lead the vision of changing how the industry monitors fracking, leveraging Deep Imaging’s EM technology to obtain accurate, dynamic data so clients can make cost-saving strategy decisions in real time. He will be a valuable asset in Deep Imaging’s next chapter.”
Before joining Deep Imaging, Moore was President and CEO of GMI Group, a private equity owned company specializing in precision machining, product distribution, and metallurgical testing for clients in the Oil & Gas, Aerospace & Defense, and Tooling industries. Moore was responsible for overall strategy and operations. Previously Moore spent 11 years at GE Power and GE Oil & Gas. While at GE, Moore was selected to join their CEO training program, the Corporate Leadership Staff. Moore began his career as a Captain in the United States Air Force, where he was a pilot and a developmental engineer. He graduated Florida State University with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering.
“I’m pleased to have joined the Deep Imaging team,” said Moore. “Deep Imaging’s EM solution is the most accurate frac monitoring technology, with the smallest, most low-impact footprint in the field. Clients can see precisely where fluid is moving during the frac without the complications of sending monitoring equipment downhole. I’m looking forward to getting our best in class solution into the hands of more clients to help them more precisely identify completion issues and hazards, and determine stimulation effectiveness.”
ABOUT DEEP IMAGING
Deep Imaging is an oilfield services company that directly measures subsurface fluid movement with minimal interpretation. The company’s unique imaging technology and services provide superior, in-depth information, enabling operators to gain a better understanding of fluid placement for improved drilling and reservoir optimization. Deep Imaging was founded in 2008 and is the leading provider of onshore electromagnetic (EM) imaging. They hold patents on their proprietary technology.
To learn more visit http://www.deepimaging.com