MicroSeismic Inc. said on Jan. 10 that Carl Neuhaus is returning to the company as vice president of engineering, after working for two years at DrillingInfo as the director of petroleum engineering. At Neuhaus will oversee MicroSeismic’s technical quality and innovation for engineering services, communicating about them to the oil and gas industry.

During his prior tenure at MicroSeismic, Neuhaus managed a multidisciplinary completions evaluation team. He also helped optimize wellbore spacing, completion design and treatment design by developing solutions using completions and reservoir engineering, geomechanics, geophysics and geology.

MicroSeismic also said its board elected William B. (Bill) Barker as vice president of analysis, and Eric Bourdages as vice president of operations.

Barker will handle the performance and delivery of data analysis services worldwide. Barker previously was the manager of analysis, MicroSeismic said, noting he has worked at the company for 11 years.

Prior to MicroSeismic, Barker worked in electromagnetics at NAEVA Geophysics Inc. as a field geophysicist mapping unexploded ordnance  at sites across the U.S.

Bourdages will oversee global data acquisition field operations, MicroSeismic said, noting that he was previously the operations manager.

Bourdages has more than 30 years’ experience in seismic field operations in Canada and the U.S., and has worked at MicroSeismic since 2010.

MicroSeismic Inc. is based in Houston.