FairfieldNodal Makes Two Promotions

SeaDiscovery.com
Thursday, November 07, 2013

FairfieldNodal announce two promotions within the company: Roger Keyte is the company’s new senior advisor to the CEO, and Morgan Gilmore has been promoted to sales manager for the data licensing division.

Roger Keyte is now the firm’s senior advisor to the CEO. Roger joined FairfieldNodal in 2009 as the director of marketing and strategy after serving as president of RFTrax, a subsidiary. He has been instrumental in building the company’s brand as nodal seismic technology innovators and experts, beginning with the successful corporate name change from Fairfield Industries. In his new position, Roger will provide more definitive strategic guidance as the company expands into new global markets.

In another move to address FairfieldNodal’s continuing growth, Morgan Gilmore has been promoted to sales manager for the data licensing division. Morgan is now responsible for development of the company’s current Permian Basin program and expansion into emerging and existing plays throughout the Lower 48, as well as marketing FairfieldNodal’s existing 3D seismic land data. She handles the Denver, Midland, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Dallas/Fort Worth and Greater Houston areas.

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