CGG, a French seismic acquisition specialist, is undergoing an organizational transformation in order to adapt to the new environment and market conditions.
“A more centralized organization is now deployed to ensure we have the strongest possible foundation from which to operate and grow in the future,” the company said Tuesday in a press release.
Namely, as from September 1, 2015, the Corporate Committee (C-Com) is chaired by the Chief Executive Officer, Jean-Georges Malcor. Furthermore, it is formed by the Chief Financial Officer, Stephane-Paul Frydman, the two Chief Operating Officers, Pascal Rouiller and Sophie Zurquiyah, and the Employee Value Proposition, Human Resources, David Dragone.
The company added that the C-Com will share global management of the Group and responsibility for the various Business Lines, Group Functions, and Group Departments.