Everette Favor

Description

I am a recent graduate from the University of Oklahoma (3.34 GPA, BS petroleum engineering). My pole vault career for the university is coming to an end mid-June, and I am searching for a petroleum engineering position to start my career after. I am passionate about the oil & gas field, and I am seeking an opportunity to define myself outside the athletic community.

Location
Houston, Tx
Experience

C&J Energy Services
Drilling & Completions Internship
Summer 2016

- Engineered lateral perforation designs using drilling measurements (LateralScience).
- Researched and developed conclusions on drilling efficiency as a function of drill bit and mud motor configuration.
- Analyzed variance in drilling efficiency based on formation drilled

Apache Corporation
Field Internship
Summer 2015

- Assisted recompletion of the Hoover 2-50 by perforating and acidizing the Oswego formation.
- Observed installation of three gas lift redesigns.
- Co-witnessed meter tests to verify sales volume accuracy.
- Assisted with maintenance on injection, suction, buyback, and pressure override actuators.
- Gathered daily volume and pressure readings for a specific well route, and then entered data into Avocet.
- Completed maintenance on compressors and separators.

Awards and Certifications

- President’s Honor Roll
- College of Earth and Energy Dean’s Honor Roll
- Breakthrough Athlete of the Year Finalist
- Jay Myer’s Outstanding Freshman Award
- USA T&F XC Academic All-American (2)

Education

University of Oklahoma: December 2016

Bachelor of Science Petroleum Engineering
Overall GPA 3.34/4.00

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