“Margaret brings tremendous insight into the operational challenges facing the oil and gas industry and we are excited to welcome her to Osprey’s board of directors,” said Mark Slaughter, Osprey’s CEO. “Her experience will be extremely valuable as Osprey continues to expand its offerings to industry in North America and beyond.”
More than thirty energy companies rely on Osprey Reach to manage operations more efficiently and safely, while reducing environmental risks. The company’s Software as a Service (SaaS) platform, Osprey Reach, cost-effectively manages remote cameras at a massive scale, analyzes images and video with artificial intelligence and input from other sensors and data systems, and delivers actionable insights to users across the enterprise.
“We were seeking someone who would further strengthen our board’s breadth of talent and background, and we found that with Margaret,” said Marty Reed, CEO of Evok Innovations, an investor in Osprey. “I’m confident that she will make an important and positive impact on Osprey’s push to digitally transform oil and gas operations.”
“I am excited about the ability for Osprey’s technology to enhance productivity while mitigating environmental and safety risks, and honored to be joining the Company’s board,” said Sargent. “I look forward to supporting Osprey’s growth.”
Sargent has been with various subsidiaries of Royal Dutch Shell for more than 30 years, joining the Shell Exploration and Production Company in 2017. She has a PhD in Metallurgy and Corrosion from Brunel University and is a Chartered Engineer.