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Posted by June 25, 2015

Xodus Appoints Global Subsurface Lead

Andrew Sewell (Photo: Xodus Group)

Andrew Sewell (Photo: Xodus Group)

Xodus Group has promoted Andrew Sewell to the role of Global Subsurface Lead to drive forward its global subsurface capabilities.


Sewell has more than 24 years’ experience working in the oil and gas industry, initially as a Geophysicist, and joined Xodus in 2012 as Subsurface Manager.  He previously worked with Senergy (now LR Senergy) as Region Manager for Europe and Africa.  He started his career with Schlumberger after graduating from Cambridge University with a MA in Physics in 1991.


Sewell has worked across Africa, the Middle East and Europe delivering projects including geophysical reviews, field development plans and due diligence investigations. Recent and ongoing projects he is managing include exploration projects in Kenya and field development projects in Kurdistan and Nigeria.

“In the current market conditions operators are looking to reduce costs and maximize production from mature or marginal fields,” said Mr Sewell.  “In addition, the M&A market is becoming increasingly active as oil and gas companies look to buy production and financial companies are now looking to invest in oil and gas companies/assets.

“Xodus Subsurface is well placed to support all types of companies in this dynamic marketplace.  We boast a global team of multi-disciplined talent covering exploration and production, with a strong pedigree and track record in supporting M&A deals.  By combining this broad wealth of knowledge with the latest software technologies, we can propel our capabilities to deliver high standard products with innovative solutions, efficiently and cost-effectively.”

Xodus’ subsurface offering manages all technical aspects of exploration and reservoir development and includes the core disciplines of geology, geophysics, petrophysics and reservoir engineering, as well as more niche skill sets required for activities such as fracture characterisation.  The company provides technical services to E&P companies, investors, start-ups, governments and regulatory bodies, and also expert services to a wide range of private equity businesses and other financial institutions.

Steve Swindell, COO of Xodus said: “We predict a huge growth in subsurface services and are optimistic about the potential out there.  Our seamless integration of services from exploration through production and development can greatly enhance the quality of what we deliver as well as saving valuable project time.  Andrew’s experience and passion for his field of expertise inspires and motivates the team and I’m confident his ambitions in this new role will be realised.”
 

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