The BEXONALLOMAX Team
Mark Bexon — founder and Managing Director
In 2005, Mark established Bexon Search & Service to apply his knowledge of drilling operations resourcing requirements. His oilfield career began in Texas in the 1980s and, since then, he has built a reputation for the comprehensive technical expertise and regional knowledge of its consultant network. The company merged with Allomax (also founded by Mark) in 2014, forming BexonAllomax. Click here for Mark’s full biography.
Samuel Wheatley — Principal Researcher
Samuel’s career started in domestic and industrial energy supply, before going up to university. Soon after graduating with a Master’s degree in 2012, he joined the BexonAllomax team, and is now its Principal Researcher. He is responsible for wells personnel and well operations research, building the company’s communication system, and building and maintaining relationships with consultants, operators and third party agencies. He also provides support to the contracts and tendering function for new and repeat business within the company. Samuel is currently studying with OPITO for a qualification in Well Drilling Technology.
Tanya Heath — Personnel Researcher
Tanya read for her Law Degree at the University of Sussex, developing the ideal skills for her role as a researcher at BexonAllomax. Having built and managed her own waste management business over fourteen years, Tanya sold to a competitor before becoming an American Express bespoke travel consultant to high-net-worth individuals and large corporate clients, creating holidays with a particular focus on outstanding luxury and rarity. Looking for an opportunity to return to an entrepreneurial environment where her skills will have a visible impact she joined BexonAllomax in 2014 as a researcher, and to take a leading role in our marketing and business development.
John Warburton — Researcher
John’s role is split between researching the development plans of Operators to whom we supply consultants, and creating novel methods of making connections between personnel, companies and the industry at large. His background is in journalism and computer programming, particularly in agile software writing and Internet protocols, extending to database development involving large data sets and visualization. The energy business has fascinated him since his first sight of a major gas pipeline at the age of seven, as members of his family designed and tested transport equipment for the high-pressure connection between Milford Haven and Seisdon.