Prior to joining GTI as VP of Geophysical Technology, Tom Fleure served as Senior Vice President of Geophysical Technology for Global Geophysical Services from its inception in 2004 until 2016 as well as serving on the company’s Board of Directors from 2004 until 2010. During his tenure he helped manage the transition from cabled recording systems to the proprietary AutoSeis nodal recording platform as well as record over 6000 square miles of high quality long offset and wide azimuth multi-client library in several unconventional resource plays in the United States. Prior to participating in the founding of Global Geophysical, Tom Fleure held various technical and managerial positions for 22 years at Western Geophysical and its successor companies including Resident Manager for Saudi Arabia, Managing Director for Nigeria, as well as Operations Manager for Western Hemisphere Marine.

With more than 33 years of experience in the seismic industry, Tom Fleure has a broad knowledge of exploration geophysics ranging from field parameter testing to signal processing. His areas of expertise and research include advanced vibroseis techniques and vibroseis sweep design as well as 3D acquisition geometry and design. He holds multiple patents in these disciplines. Mr. Fleure received a BSc Degree in Geophysical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines in 1982.