Phillip Jefferson

Petroleum Engineering Associate

Phillip is a researcher and analyst for EnergyMakers.  Project work has included financial analysis of energy portfolios, market and distribution mapping, technical support, seismicity and pressurization analysis, artificial lift inflow performance analysis, gas lift allocation optimization, subsea tieback design, multiphase booster performance, drill plan analysis, data import for workstation interpretation.  He is proficient with PIPESIM, Petrel, P-V-TSIM, MATLAB, and ENVI 5.0.     Areas of focus include reservoir engineering, natural gas engineering, production operations, remote sensing, and fluid mechanics, among other areas.  Prior to joining the EnergyMakers Phillip has interned at Human Capital and Schlumberger.  He is a gifted speaker and thought leader and founded the University of Houston’s Energy Coalition, now the largest student organization in the history of University of Houston with over 4,000 members, for which he received a Certificate of Recognition from the U.S. Congress for the Coalition’s achievements.  Phillip graduates in Q2 of 2017 with a BSC in Petroleum Engineering.