EV well-diagnostics appoint new chief exec and marketing team after Aberdeen take-over

Fraser Louden
Fraser Louden

Oil-well diagnosis specialist EV has appointed a new chief executive and marketing team following its take-over of a rival provider  backed by UK mid-market private equity house Dunedin.

Fraser Louden brings more than 28 years experience to the role from a range of oil and gas service companies – including 17 years with Schlumberger.

He joins EV from his most recent position as managing director at ALS Oil & Gas in Houston, Tx, a role he held for four years.

To further strengthen its commercial team, the company has recruited Rob Potter as global marketing manager and Tobben Tymons as sales and marketing manager for its eastern hemisphere operations.

For its western hemisphere activity, EV has also recruited Jeff Whitaker as sales and marketing manager.

Earlier this year EV announced the acquisition of Aberdeenshire-based well integrity software supplier, Epidote Limited, to enable a world-class well diagnosis service – specifically multi-finger calliper data processing, interpretation and 3D visualisation.

EV is the market leader in downhole video applications, splitting its headquarters between Norwich and Aberdeen, and has a team of 100 employees.

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