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Calgary, Alberta, Canada
January 30, 2018

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Zhaoliang (Joseph) Wu



• Quick learner

• Data analysis ability

• Team leading ability

• The enthusiasm for working with teams

• Anti-pressure ability

• Self-motivated ability

• Ability to solve a problem independently

• Ability to solve a problem from the engineering perspective

• Time management ability

• Reservoir modelling and simulation ability

• Economic evaluation ability


• Technical knowledge of petroleum engineering

• Office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and etc.)

• Reservoir Simulator CMG (STARS, CMOST and etc.)

• AccuMap

• Interactive Petrophysics


• Mandarin and English

• Alberta Class 5 Driving License


Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering September 2012 - June 2016 School of Petroleum Engineering, China University of Petroleum September 2012 – August 2015

Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary September 2015 - June 2016 Cumulative GPA: 3.85/4.00

Master of Engineering in Petroleum Engineering

September 2016 - April 2018 (Expected)

Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary Cumulative GPA: 3.875/4.00


Academic Scholarship 600 CNY (120 CAD) June 2013

Academic Scholarship 5000 CNY (1000 CAD) June 2014 Academic Scholarship 3000 CNY (600 CAD) June 2015


SHENGLI Oilfield June 2015 - August 2015

• Learned and simulated the entire procedure for developing a brand-new reservoir

• Wrote the final report to present the whole procedure of developing a new reservoir

• Learned the mechanism for different drilling rigs, drilling fluids, fishing tools, casing, tubing, packers and etc.

• Learned the mechanism for different types of production pumps and operated the real model to understand the mechanism

PetroChina International (Canada) Trading Ltd. October 2017 – April 2018 (Expected)

• Investment & Planning, Marketing, Business Development Department

• Gathered and analyzed data to help the department make business decision

• Analyzed reserve reports to evaluate the market cap of Sequoia Energy Ltd. in the next decade

• Provided suggestions from engineering perspective to help the department to make investment decision

• Searched data and materials about LNG to help the department to make LNG export decision

• Developed a quantitative model in SPSS for FX USD/CAD analysis and prediction ENGINEERING PROJECTS

Geological consideration for drilling a new vertical well in Southwest Alberta September 2015 – December 2015

• Gained and collected data about eight offset wells from AccuMap software to analyze the information about target area

• Analyzed geological information about target area to predict formation tops, lithology, pressure gradient and target pay zone for the new vertical well

• Analyzed well-logging documents to confirm prediction

• Wrote final report with another teammate to present the results Polymer flooding versus hot water injection in Pelican Lake Reservoir September 2015–April 2016

• Gained and collected injection history and data about polymer flooding and hot water injection in Pelican Lake

• Built CMG model and completed history match to prove the model correctness

• Simulated hot water injection in Pad SW09 to compare oil production of polymer flooding and hot water injection

• Wrote final report to present results

Reservoir Simulation Optimization for a SAGD project September 2017–December 2017

• Built the reservoir model according to the known reservoir dimension and parameters in CMG

• Analyzed the formation and used CMOST to find the optimal development option initially

• Found the optimal NPV in the next decade by changing well location, well constrains, preheating time and etc.

• Wrote the final report to present the result


National Training Programs of Innovation for Undergraduates September 2012 – June 2013

• Prepared different drilling fluid and designed experiments to get properties of drilling fluid

• Worked with a team of five to analyze the dispersed nature of Nano-barite in different type of drilling fluid

• Wrote the final report to introduce our results

Oil Drilling Machinery Design Competition, Second Prize November 2013

• Designed the structure of a drilling truck to get the blueprint of our model

• Made and tested the drilling part of the model with a team of six to complete the model

• Wrote the instructions for the model to present our drilling truck Mathematical Contest in Modeling (USA), Honorable Mention February 2015

• Built the economy model to calculate the cost of transporting pills on different routes

• Worked with a team of three to build a more complicated model with consideration of cost, distance, time and labor to get the optimal route to transport the pills

• Wrote the final report with a team of three to present our results PART-TIME JOB EXPERIENCE

Cashier November 2016 - April 2017

Dalhousie Safeway, Calgary, Alberta. Customer Service, checking groceries, handling of cash, bagging groceries and etc.

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