Oil Reservoir Engineer CV Example

Oil Reservoir Engineers are in charge of ensuring that the oil company’s reserve for oil is safe, efficiently manageable, easy to use and handle and sufficient for the company’s needs.  They identify possible locations where oil deposits are available and create plans to secure it for future use.  Oil Reservoir Engineers create plans for the reservoir project which include the extraction and transfer of the oil from the location to the company’s oil station.

Oil Reservoir Engineer CV Example

Gina Leakey

Merseyside, L27 6EL

Phone:  456-776-2345


Career Objective

I am an innovative and highly skilled individual seeking for a position as Oil Reservoir Engineer for an oil company.  I am knowledgeable in the different theories and principles governing the use and disposal of oil reservoirs.  I am also very personable and can implement projects with accuracy and efficiency.

Professional Qualification

2007 – Present:  Oil Reservoir Engineer, Midas Oil Company

  • Research and study the land area identified by the company and categorized specific points for potential oil reserves
  • Produce plans and maps for the reserve and identify spots for constructing the base camp
  • Meet with owners to discuss details of the project
  • Measured the volume of potential oil reserve and projected schedules for extraction

2004-2006: Plant Engineer, Parks Petroleum

  • Drafted plans and maps for the company projects for oil extraction
  • Implemented tasks assigned and coordinated with oil reserve station for the availability of oil
  • Made investigations to problems occurred in the activities on field


2002 – 2006:  Bachelor of Science in Engineering, London University

Professional reference will be furnished upon request.

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