Robert (Bob) Everett, P.Eng
Consulting Petrophysicist for Robert V. Everett Petrophysics Inc.

Bob has specialized on shale gas/oil using Nuclear Spectroscopy methods to obtain mineralogy, Sw, Porosity and permeability. Bob also worked as a consultant on Petrophysics for Unocal, Z and S, Dresser, Baker Hughes, Schlumberger and the University of Texas at Austin. He is particularly interested in the mineralogical and chemical aspects of tight sands and shales.

He has a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of British Columbia.

Bob Everett

James (Jamie) Everett, B.A., M.Sc.
Software Developer

Jamie has a B.A. with high honours in Physics as well as an M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering.

Jamie began his career in healthcare working for Siemens Medical Electronics, Massachusetts General Hospital and the National Institutes of Health in the USA. During that time he developed a passion for solving technology problems through software. When Jamie moved his family back to Canada in 1999 he launched full time into software development working for companies such as Verity, Autonomy and Hewlett Packard. Jamie enjoys focusing on using and developing software tools and applications to help others become more productive in their daily work. He has developed the suite of applications powering our petrophysical analysis and continually strives to automate the mundane in order to provide the highest quality interpretation in the shortest time frame.

When not developing software or trying out new technology, you may find Jamie hiking, biking or skiing in the surrounding mountains with his wife and three boys.

Jamie Everett

Anne Everett, B.Sc.

Anne Everett has a B.Sc. with first class honours in Geology and Zoology, as well as an M.Sc. in Environmental Science and Ecology.

Anne’s interests include paleo-ecology, stratigraphy, shale formation and paleo-environments. Anne taught Biological sciences at the University of Victoria before retiring to assist her husband Bob with his company and to run Everett farms in the Comox Valley.

Ann Everett