Startups. Entrepreneurship. Innovation. A Conversation With The CEO Of Seismos [Friday Guest Post]

In our typical Friday guest posts, we get to hear the perspective of one Infill Thinking member at a time. And that’s usually pretty great, but as the old saying goes two heads is better than one. This post (or conversation really), is the brainchild of two Infill Thinkers who by conversing together unlocked some great insights on how oilfield innovation and startups actually happen.

This post is structured as a conversation spanning some hot topics in oilfield tech. The conversation documents some of the lessons learned in a completions tech success story: Seismos. Seismos is an Austin-based frac evaluation and sub-surfacing imaging technology company looking to double its headcount this year to keep up with demand for their services.

Both of these gentlemen are passionate about technology and early stage ventures as you’ll see in their conversation below. When I first met Panos, I was just getting started building Infill Thinking and I’ll never forget him telling me: “entrepreneurs must be relentless.” That quote that has stuck with me and stayed top of mind as Infill Thinking has grown. The following conversation is a must read for anyone interested in either completions innovation or early stage oilfield ventures. Enjoy…

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