Palantir Strengthens Teams In Houston, Calgary, Singapore

December 22, 2009 at 12:39 am Leave a comment

Palantir Solutions, provider of oil and gas economics and planning software, announced several personnel appointments:

  • Steven King will join the company’s Houston office to help introduce Palantir’s consultancy and software to North American independents – predominantly those with shale gas interests;
  • Nickolai Pazin also joined the Houston office to focus on US regime fiscal modeling as well as applying his decision analysis experience to PalantirPS (portfolio services) specialist consulting. 
  • Purtini Joshi will bolster the company’s growing presence in Asia and Australasia, based in the Singapore office. 
  • Canadian sales expert and corporate account manager Allison Cuppen joined the Calgary office to help the North American Sales team expand the customer base and manage the portfolio of existing oil and gas customers.

            Jason Ambrose, CEO and co-founder of Palantir Solutions, commented: “Oil and gas companies are tightening their belts and many are using portfolio optimization tactics, which are Palantir’s bread and butter. Both our consultancy and software have been honed to assist the oil and gas sector and its advisors to make the right decisions at the right time.  We envisage 2010 bringing greater demand for the specialist services we have to offer.”


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