We think that the unique requirements and workflows of the resource play era require a new generation of software. We think that powerful new technology of cloud and browser software can be utilized to meet those needs, and it is our mission to do so.
CEO and Founder
The launch of Ubiterra marks Mr. Flanagan’s fourth company providing software solutions for the oil and gas industry. He was also CEO for his two prior successful software companies: Parallel Geosciences, formed to provide processing and storage of seismic data for its oil and gas clients, and Reflection Software, creator of the SeisVision 3D seismic interpretation solution with attribute analysis, mapping tools, and other applications. Both solutions continue to be utilized by oil and gas companies around the globe today. Mr. Flanagan later co-founded Transzap, a cloud-based transaction accounting internet service for the oil and gas industry. Transzap was later purchased and re-named Oildex, which today serves over 1,000 oil and gas clients as the dominant accounting transaction service in the industry. Most recently, he shared the Society of Exploration Geoscientists (SEG) 2018 Cecil Green Enterprise Award with former Parallel Geoscience Corporation partners Daniel and Robin Herold. Peter started his career as a geophysicist at BP Amoco in Denver, Colorado, in 1983 after earning his MS degree in Geophysics from the University of Arizona.
Ms. Hamilton serves as Ubiterra’s Chief Financial Officer where she is responsible for all finance and accounting functions as well as corporate legal and administrative matters.
Ms. Hamilton’s career includes merger and acquisition experience, Treasury and IT systems management and HR with various companies, many of them start-ups, some where she was COO. In helping those companies grow, she provided guidance for global growth strategy, raising capital, corporate structure and governance. She has also been responsible for the financial and SEC compliance necessary for taking a company public (Intrado: NASDAQ), managing the subsequent Investor Relations efforts and eventual exit strategy.
In addition to being on Ubiterra’s Board of Directors, she is a member of the advisory committees for Synigy and Exum Instruments. She holds a B.S. degree from Regis University in Denver, Colorado.
Vice President of Operations
Mr. Thompson leads the company’s operations, product development and software application testing, job responsibilities he also held earlier when with Landmark Graphics and Geographix, both start-ups designed to help mid-sized and smaller oil and companies process and manage their seismic data. While at Geographix, he provided technical and sales support for its SeisVision suite of data management tools.
Mr. Thompson’s oil and gas experience includes a wide variety of assignments across the globe, including Denver, Houston and Cairo, Egypt when with BP Amoco for nearly two decades. Mr. Thompson met Peter Flanagan when both worked at BP Amoco, and they have worked together on several successful start-ups since. Mr. Thompson holds a B.S. degree in Geology from Colorado State University as well as a degree in Civil Engineering from Colorado University.
Vice President of Business Development
Mr. Felton has led business development initiatives for several companies (two with $1 billion+ market caps) across five continents, two dozen countries and most states during a 30+ year career. His roles include work with start-ups, mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, investor relations, oil and gas landman, governmental affairs, and strategic planning. The scale and complexity of projects he’s marshalled include some requiring hundreds of millions of dollars in capital investment in oil and gas, water and transportation infrastructure, and real estate. His broad base of experience also includes work in software, air monitoring technology, media and the tourism industry. His MBA is from Denver University.