Wednesday, April 24, 2013
WIT's CEO Morgan Brown mugging with Keith Brownlee, president of the Dallas Geophysical Society. Thanks to a three-hour flight delay, Brown very nearly missed this talk, walking into the venue after the participants had already eaten! Thanks to Louis Dubois for supplying the photo.
Sunday, December 23, 2012
WIT's second US Patent (8,335,651 B2), Estimation of Propagation Angles of Seismic Waves in Geology with Application to Determination of Propagation Velocity and Angle-Domain Imaging, was issued by the USPTO on December 18, 2012.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
WIT is pleased to announce the addition of three new team members:
- Valerie Suydam has joined as a Technical Sales Assistant in WIT’s Denver office. She has taken over many basic sales tasks from Morgan Brown, and is progressing into an account manager role.
- Kevin Rybicki has joined as a Junior Depth Processor in WIT’s Houston headquarters. A former college swimmer, Kevin comes to geophysics from medical imaging.
- Ed Andrews, recently retired Chief Geophysicist of EXCO Resources in Pittsburgh, has joined WIT as a Senior Exploration Consultant. Ed will develop new business and maintain client relationships in the northeastern US.
Sunday, November 11, 2012
Saturday, November 10, 2012
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Thursday, September 20, 2012
Interpreter's Guide to Depth Imaging, by Scott MacKay, (MacKay Consulting, Denver, CO), republished by permission. Scott (contact) is recognized as one of the industry's top advocates of PSDM technology. As an independent consultant, he advises his clients (E&P companies) how to get the best PSDM result from vendors. We at WIT feel that Scott's advice is spot-on and recommend reading the paper listed above before starting a PSDM project.