TGT Oilfield Services appoints new global head of geoscience
Based in TGT's operational hub in Abu Dhabi, Antoine El Kadi will lead a team of about 35 technical professionals, who work with TGT's customers globally to deliver geoscience products
Dubai-based TGT Oilfield Services has announced the appointment of Antoine El Kadi as its global geoscience manager.
Based in TGT’s operational hub in Abu Dhabi, El Kadi will lead a team of about 35 technical professionals, who work with TGT’s customers globally to deliver geoscience products.
Commenting on the appointment Mohamed Hegazi, chief executive officer of TGT, said, “With 35 years’ industry experience, Antoine is a well-known expert in our category and respected by his peers and clients alike. We are very excited to have him on board.”
“Antoine’s addition to the team reflects our continued focus on geoscience innovation, and delivering unique answers to customers as we respond to increasing demand globally,” Hegazi was quoted as saying in a press release.
Prior to joining TGT, El Kadi held the role of Production Logging and Well Integrity domain expert at Schlumberger’s Middle East division.
El Kadi began his career as a field engineer, before progressing to a specialist petrophysicist in advanced well integrity, production and reservoir surveillance. He has published several papers showcasing pioneering techniques and holds a master’s degree in engineering from the University Saint-Joseph in Beirut, Lebanon.
As well as leading the geoscience team to new challenges, El Kadi will also spearhead TGT’s ‘Prime College’, which is an in-house organisation dedicated to training and furthering the advancement of geoscience knowledge and best practices throughout the industry.
TGT, which specialises in through-barrier diagnostic systems for the oilfield, operates globally in almost 30 countries in Europe, North America, Africa, Middle East, and Asia Pacific.