In my graduation in Petroleum Engineering, my favorites courses/subjects were (and are) Drilling Engineering, Completions Engineering, Artificial Lift and Reservoir Engineering. Moreover, seeing the theory being put in practice is priceless.
All the theory and practical knowledge that I conquered, along with my wish to make an international career and my desire to look for new daily challenges, makes me certain that I am a strong candidate to fill the position of Well Engineering.
I feel that all my experience, principles and dreams are in line with both, internal operating policies and
and principles of the Company. That way, working with you would be beneficial to the Company itself and would estimulate my professional and personal growth in the process.
I learned about several subjects – I left out, because to me, one assumes that in graduation time one always have a number of subjects. There´s no "getting away with of it!", and perhaps more so in an Engineering course! or so I think...
Well Engineering is the position, the employer knows that if you submit your resumé you are graduated.
Euder, just don´t rely too much on my imperfect help/correction.
This is, I repeat, just a tentative answer by a learner like you and others here.
So, don´t ever simply take my word for it. I advise you to get your and my writings to a teacher/professor or somebody else of a more advanced level.
You know, two heads are better than one, and I am not the sort of guy that wants to be misleading others.
On the other hand, I want you know that I am doing my conscientiously best despite my limits, and limited I am. So, regard this just as "kick-off", please.