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Founded in 1996, AGM developed RECON, the first 3d geological interpretation application, in 2002 filling the gap between geophysical and reservoir engineering focused modeling applications. Initially, RECON was developed to optimize consulting projects delivered to international oil and gas companies directly impacting their bottom line business results.

The combination of the easy to use automated workflows in RECON and ability to deliver significantly improved geological interpretation impacts recoverable reserve ratios by identifying previously missed reserves and optimizes reservoir production by improving the accuracy and understanding of reservoir delineation.

The AGM customer base is rapidly expanding due to the improvements customers realize in reservoir model accuracy and efficiency enabled by Recon’s ease of integrating multiple data types, the real time data updates and multiple interpretation scenario management.

AGM is focused on delivering continuous innovations that are intuitive and create tangible value for our customers by automating tedious, repetitive workflows empowering interpreters to focus on detailed geology, resulting in a more accurate reservoir interpretation.

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Robin Dommisse

Robin Dommisse received his B.Sc. in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in 1993. While at the University of Texas he worked for the Texas Bureau of Economic Geology performing 3-D reservoir modeling studies. Since then he has worked for Stratamodel and Landmark Graphics Corporation as Product Geoscientist for the design teams of both the Stratamodel™ and Z-Map Plus™ software applications. Mr. Dommisse’s interests include 3-D geological interpretation, sequence stratigraphy, 3-D reservoir modeling, petrophysics, geostatistics and reservoir simulation.

After cofounding Austin GeoModeling in 1996, Mr. Dommisse completed more than 15 different reservoir studies worldwide as a 3-D reservoir characterization consultant, most notably using Recon to perform a 3-D sequence stratigraphic interpretation of the world's largest oil reservoir; Saudi Aramco’s Ghawar field. Mr. Dommisse serves as CEO of AGM and is a member of the design team for AGM ’s Recon™ 3-D geological interpretation product.

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Tron Isaksen

Tron Isaksen holds a Masters Degree in Computer Science from the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NTH). He has more than twenty years of experience with software development in the petroleum industry. After graduating in 1988, he worked at Exxon Production Research in Houston, Texas, as a Software Engineer on fault leakage analysis applications and satellite imaging tools. While at Exxon, he also gained experience with image processing. He joined Stratamodel in 1992, where his main responsibilities were graphical user interface design and well log modeling.

At Landmark Graphics Corporation Mr. Isaksen continued his work on the Stratamodel™ application, and also worked on OpenWorks™ (GeoDataWorks™) and Contouring Assistant™. Mr. Isaksen's interests include 3-D graphics and computer modeling. He is the cofounder of AGM and serves as AGM's President and lead developer of AGM's Recon™ 3-D geological interpretation product.

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Luis Noguez

Luis Noguez received his B.B.A in Finance and Latin American Studies from Bryant University. He has numerous years working in the Import & Export industry specializing in the Latin American and Asian markets. Mr. Noguez also has experience in the financial services and insurance industry working directly with high-net worth individuals, as well as with companies from Mexico and Latin America.

Mr. Noguez is the new Business Development Executive for Latin America. He will be in charge of developing new accounts and providing top-notch customer support to all new and current clients in the Latin American region.


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