INEXS(TM) Continues Growth With Team Expansion
Interactive Exploration Solutions, Inc. (INEXS(TM)), a relational geological and geophysical interpretation consulting company, recently hired David M. Quintanilla and Michelle Fullen. Quintanilla will serve as a Senior Geophysicist and Project Manager, while Fullen takes on the roles of Geophysicist and Business Development.
INEXS President Craig Davis said that the latest expansion of the INEXS team reflects the company’s continued, exponential growth trajectory.
Quintanilla, a seasoned geophysicist, brings broad-based experience to INEXS with a particular expertise in salt interpretations and velocity modeling. The University of Texas graduate is active in the Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) and the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG). At INEXS, he will manage projects, especially those featuring salt mapping.
Fullen, also a University of Texas graduate, is responsible for generating oil and gas prospects for INEXS. Moreover, she is part of several INEXS project teams, including one that is conducting a fully integrated field study involving highly deviated wells, in addition to conducting an economic viability evaluation using 2D seismic in combination with sparse well information.
Interactive Exploration Solutions, Inc. (INEXS(TM)) is a relational geological and geophysical interpretation consulting company offering a full range of services (Regional geologic studies, Exploration evaluation, Integrated field studies, A&D assistance) – all evaluated and delivered using the latest technologies by highly skilled and experienced human beings.