Dr Srinivas Saraswatibhatla joins growing team at Bell Geospace

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Bell Geospace Inc, world leader in gravity gradiometry, is delighted to announce that Dr. Srinivas Saraswatibhatla has joined the company as Geoscience Manager, to be based in Edinburgh.

Dr Saraswatibhatla previously worked with Vale in Zambia where he was Chief Geophysicist and with Anglo American and BHP Billiton prior to that. Srinivas holds an MSc and PhD in Geophysics as well as an MBA, and brings his vast experience and wide range of skills to manage and coordinate geoscience within Bell Geospace.

Srinivas joins the company at a busy and exciting time. Bell Geospace is currently undertaking many varied FTG projects, demonstrating its ability to provide the exploration community with a value-for-money way of continuing with exploration projects at a time of reduced oil price.

“We are delighted to have Srinivas join the team” says Colm Murphy, Chief Geoscientist at Bell. “His vast expertise and extensive knowledge in exploration geophysics will add immense value to our services as we meet the growing need for FTG solutions across the industry”.

For more information on Bell Geospace services, go to bellgeo.com.