Matthew Tetlow

  • New Orleans, LA


I am a recent college graduate looking to transition from oil and gas to an exciting career in the technology industry.  I have extensive experience from my most recent role as an Offshore Support Engineer for the Shell Oil Company, where I held the responsibility of being the only offshore engineering support on a deep water production platform.  My internship experience ranges from the design and development of corporate office furniture to maintenance and reliability engineering in an oil refinery.  


Sep 2008 - Dec 2013

B.S.E. Mechanical Engineering with Energy Concentration

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Dean's list 

President of Michigan Recreational Tennis Club

Work experience

Work experience
Jan 2014 - Present

Offshore Support Engineer

Shell Oil Company
  • As the sole engineer on the platform , I demonstrated responsibility and leadership in making production and safety critical decisions.  
  • I managed projects for production de-bottlenecking and increasing equipment reliability while working in multidisciplinary teams.  
  • As part of my development, I learned about process design, industrial turbo machinery, process control & automation, and electrical power generation systems for offshore production platforms.
May 2012 - Aug 2013

Maintenance and Rotating Equipment Engineering Internships

  • Worked two internships at the BP-Huskey Refinery in Toledo, OH in both the Maintenance and the Rotating Equipment groups supporting the Maintenance & Reliability team at the Toledo refinery.  
  • Worked on drawing verification, equipment database creation, and maintenance improvement projects while learning about static and rotating equipment used in refining operations
May 2011 - Aug 2011

Product Development Engineering Internship

Watson Furniture Group
  • Interned in Product Development Engineer for Watson Furniture, a Washington based company that designs and manufactures office furniture.
  • Utilized AutoCAD, SolidWorks, and Autodesk Inventor to create visual 3D models, manufacturing patterns, and assembly instructions.
  • Conducted failure analysis and testing, ergonomics, manufacturing processes, and testing to industry standards. Gained experience with fabrication methods such as brake press forming, welding, bending, and stamping.