Scott W. Peters is the President and founder of Apex Spectral Technology. Prior to this he was Vice President of Apex Solutions, Inc a provider of E&P software and services to the Chinese petroleum industry, Asia manager for Jason Geosystems a provider of reservoir characterization software and services, and a Geophysicist and wire line Engineer for Schlumberger. He holds a Professional Degree in Geophysics from the Colorado School of Mines and Bachelor of Science Degree in Geophysics from University of Houston.
Peter H. Wilson is Vice President and Head of Processing for Apex Spectral Technology. Prior to this he was Manager of the Seismic Processing at Marathon Oil. He holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology and an MS in Accounting from the University of St. Thomas.
Robert W. Wiley is the Head of Research and Development of Apex Spectral Technology. Prior to this he worked as an Advanced Senior Geophysicist at Marathon Oil and also as a Research Associate Professor for the Allied Geophysical Labs at the University of Houston. He holds a BS in Mineral Engineering Mathematics, MS in Mathematics and a PhD in Geophysical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines.
Don H. Squyres is an Exploration Geologist for Apex Spectral Technology. Prior to this, he was Vice President of Exploration at Opal Energy. He has also worked as an independent consultant, was a geologist at Dupont/Conoco, and was an exploration geologist at Exxon Company, USA. He holds a BS in Geology from the University of Houston and a BS in Business Management from Virginia Polytechic Institute.
Greg A. Pearson is a Geophysicist at Apex Spectral Technology. Prior to this he was a Sr. Account Manager at Honeywell International and was also a Captain (U.S. Army). He holds a BS in Electrical Engineering (United States Military Academy, West Point, NY) and an MS in Engineering Management (Missouri S&T, Rolla, MO).
R. Harris Ardis is a Geophysicist at Apex Spectral Technology. Prior to this he was a research assistant on the Gulf Basin Depositional Synthesis (GBDS) project at the Institute for Geophysics and a Field Geophysiscist at Global Geophysical lower 48, Alaska, and Kenya. Harris holds a BS in Geophysics from the University of Texas at Austin.