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Engineering Engineer

Spring, Texas, 77379, United States
February 04, 2018

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John Patrick Cruz Macusi

**** **** **** ***** **** Spring, TX 77379

Phone: 281-***-**** E-Mail:

Personal Statement

As a recent Petroleum Engineering graduate, I am looking to utilize and enhance my skills in engineering principles and adaptation in the workspace. Currently, I work as a Staff Chemist for Texas Oiltech Laboratories in order to develop hands-on experience and analysis of different petrochemicals. I believe myself to be hard working, honest, and hungry to learn and apply innovative ideas for the energy industry.


B.S. University of Houston, Petroleum Engineering [Graduated: August 11, 2017]

Double minor in Chemistry and Energy & Sustainability

Related Courses:

Reservoir Fluids

Reservoir Characterization

Reservoir Engineering

Geosciences – Selective Topics

Fluid Mechanics

Pressure Transient Testing

Production Economics

Software Experience:







Work Experience

Texas Oiltech Laboratories, From Lab Technician to Staff Chemist 7/18/17 - Present

Ran 10+ different tests for diesels, crude oils, wastewater, and other petrochemicals according to TOL operating procedures.

Trained newly employed lab technicians on the protocols of each analytical experiment requested by lab director and senior lab technicians.

Maintained technical documentation regarding analytical tests performed on-site (Houston and Indonesia).

Exercised good analytical and ethical judgment when performing chemical tests.

University of Houston, MATLAB Lab Instructor 1/12/15 – 1/12/16

Prepared weekly lectures on topics relating to MATLAB to at least 50 engineering undergraduate students.

Coordinated with teaching professor and chief lab instructor of subject material on a weekly basis to ensure consistent workflow.

Established office hours for the benefit of students seeking software development.

Research Experience

University of Houston, Capstone Design: Re-fracture Application 1/23/17 – 8/11/17

Collaborated with 5 petroleum engineering undergraduate students on a research and statistical analysis of 105 lateral wells that are probable economically viable candidates for re-fracture in the Wolfcamp formation of the Permian Basin.

Aided in design for an Excel-based 3D Map, Decline Curve Analysis, and a quadrant-based analysis on target wells.

Finalized a technical paper according to SPE standards and poster presentation on overall project design in a span of 2 months.

University of Houston, Undergraduate Energy Policy Researcher 2/8/15 – 5/11/15

Collaborated with three undergraduate students to develop an affordable, available, and sustainable energy plan for the United States’ next 50 years.

Finalized a website consisting of the team’s final energy policy proposal and contribution of each respective team member involved:


•Campus Based – Foundation for Family and Life, President & Music Minister

Jan 2014 – Aug 2017

•Society of Petroleum Engineers, Member

Dec 2014 – Aug 2017

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