We have built a team of specialists from the petroleum, software and product industries, ensuring we deliver on our promise of disrupting the E&P software scene. Meet a few of them below.
Chief Executive Officer
Luke is a geologist with over 15 years international oilfield experience across various technical and management roles. Luke began his career in Australia as a research scientist, before joining Chevron Australia in 2005. Within Chevron, Luke’s technical ability and business acumen had him leading the Southern Africa Strategic Business unit reservoir management team by the age of 30, comprising petrophysicists, geophysicists, geologists and data management professionals.
Luke left Chevron to develop his own opportunities, eventually founding and seed funding Cognitive Geology in Scotland, with the intention of developing pragmatic software solutions to pain points he encountered in his career.
Dr. Lucy MacGregor
Chief Technology Officer
Lucy joined Cognitive Geology as CTO in April 2019. Before, Lucy was the Chief Technology Officer of RSI, leading the company’s technical group which specialized in the analysis and interpretation of seismic, well log and marine electromagnetic (EM) data and in the integration of these data types for improved reservoir characterization. Lucy has over seventeen years’ experience in developing and delivering new technology to the oil and gas industry, and has particular expertise in intellectual property protection and strategy.
Lucy has a PhD from the University of Cambridge for research in the field of controlled-source electromagnetic (CSEM) methods.
Great companies evolve from positive and effective cultures.
Cognitive Geology, like any company, has its own personality. Ours is defined by four cultural pillars: ambition, curiosity, invention and collaboration.