The EAME Committee addresses the issues of importance to member companies with operations in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. The EAME Committee provides the opportunity for EnerGeo Alliance Members to discuss and address governmental and operating issues affecting geophysical exploration in the EAME region and develop operating standards, best practices, and recommended procedures to enhance geophysical efficiency and effectiveness.
The EAME Committee members shall be appointed by the Board of Directors. The committee shall be Chaired by EnerGeo Alliance Governing Members on a voluntary and rotational basis. The committee Chair and Vice-Chair will be nominated by the Board of directors and elected by the Executive Committee. Once elected, the Chair and Vice-Chair will serve in their roles for two years.
Peter Wijnen, PGS
Verity Agar, ION
- Provide input and direction to the EnerGeo Alliance regarding key priorities in the region.
- Create and direct EnerGeo Alliance EAME workgroups that address issues in EAME countries to ensure consistency on overarching goals and objectives of the EnerGeo Alliance and provide input in guidance documents as appropriate.
- Manage EnerGeo Alliance EAME workgroup membership participation to ensure the appropriate personnel are appointed to each workgroup.
- Continue to monitor and engage in developing EAME issues and concerns that may impact members freedom to operate.
- Provide all members with a discussion/information exchange forum on the issues related to EAME in adherence with EnerGeo Alliance’s Anti-Trust/Competitive policies and procedures.