Dan Creighton – BA Geology SUNY at Buffalo 1980, MA Geology SUNY at Buffalo 1982, My Master’s Thesis work was on the NASA Mars Project mapping the Snake River Plain for planetary analog interpretations. Our fieldwork was used to interpret photogeology on Mars for the Viking Mars Landing Project. I was hired by Chevron in 1982 and worked onshore US for 10 years. Afterward, I had shorter time positions with Pennzoil, EOG and Landmark. I then worked international and domestic positions with BP over 10 years from 1998-2008. I finished full time work as Chief Geoscientist at Opal Resources, a Goldman Sachs private equity firm from 2008-2018. I retired March 2018 when Opal shut down and am now dabbling with work on the north slope of Alaska. Now I need to up my game in Wyoming! I promise to work hard to match the quality of effort that GJH upholds.