P2 Appoints Dale McMullin as Chief Technology Officer

P2 Energy Solutions is pleased to announce the appointment of Dale McMullin as Chief Technology Officer. McMullin brings a wealth of experience to P2, including deep knowledge around upstream oil and gas software.

With over 25 years in the technology industry and 20 of them spent focused on the energy sector, Dale joins P2 from one of the largest providers of product and services in the upstream oil and gas industry where he served as the Global Head of Research & Development of the software division. Prior to that, he held executive leadership positions at a commercial planning and enterprise operations software provider, as well as within the digital software division of a leading oilfield services company. In addition to technology leadership, Dale also brings “hands-on” field and engineering expertise in directional drilling, completions, and production facilities to P2.

Dale has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Colorado School of Mines, a Masters in Computer Information Systems, and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering.

“Joining the P2 team is an exceptional opportunity to participate in driving technology improvements for exploration and production companies,” stated McMullin. “P2 has strong financial support and unmatched product management and development experts in Accounting, Production, and Land Management. I’m looking forward to playing a role in leading evolutionary platform improvements to keep our customer base operationally efficient and optimize information management spending.”

“Dale’s extensive experience in product management and development will provide a sharper focus on communicating the evolutionary technology strategy for our products,” said J. Scott Lockhart, CEO of P2 Energy Solutions. “In this role, Dale will drive our product strategy and technology improvements to match the ongoing digital transformation our E&P customers are seeking to keep costs low, provide choice, and drive operational efficiencies.”

Source: P2 Energy Solutions


Categories: Energy, Computers and Software

Tags: accounting, computing, energy, hydrocarbon, oil & gas, software, upstream


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