New Leadership at Fugro

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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Fugro GeoServices announced several recent promotions within the company, including two key management appointments: Ted Hampton, president and Adam Jackson, senior vice president.

Mr. Hampton is a licensed geologist and former vice president of the company. He replaces longtime leader Mr. Tom Hamilton, who will retire this spring after nearly 30 years with Fugro. Together, Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Hampton led the formation of Fugro GeoServices in 1999 to provide oil and gas clients in the Gulf of Mexico with high quality marine geophysical surveys. Under their leadership, the company has developed from a conventional survey company for the Gulf of Mexico to a high-tech survey organization with expanded reach into South America and Alaska markets.

Mr. Jackson also enjoys a long tenure with Fugro, having worked in field and management positions in the United States and abroad. For the past decade, he has served as business development manager for Fugro GeoServices, helping to win new projects and manage their successful completion. As senior vice president, Mr. Jackson will work closely with Mr. Hampton to support the company’s goals while having direct oversight of marketing and project management functions. Mr. Jackson works from the company’s Houston, Texas office, which allows close contact with the company’s oil and gas clients.

In addition to the senior management appointments, the Lafayette office made the following promotions:

•Lon Guillory, controller
•Bill Bridges, operations manager
•Kerry Behrens, senior consultant
•Melissa Jeansonne and Jack King, commercial managers
•Jim Grady, assets manager
•André Prejean, conventional survey manager
•Marc Harris, AUV supervisor
•John Boudreaux, party manager
•Chad Pastor, technology manager

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