The Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG) has elected new officers to its 2009-2010 Executive Committee, including a new President-elect, Klaas Koster.
Koster holds a geophysics doctorate from Delft in the Netherlands. He has worked with Amoco, Shell, Woodside, andâ€”most recentlyâ€”Apache, where he was senior technical advisor overseeing subsurface activities in Forties Field. Koster previously served as SEG Vice President on the 2003-2004 Executive Committee.
Other new officers include First Vice President David Lumley, Second Vice President John H. Bradford, Vice President Arthur C.H. Cheng, Secretary-Treasurer Anna Shaughnessy, and Editor Vladimir Grechka.
The new Committee will take office on 29 October 2009. Read more about this leadership transition on the SEG website.