Young Distinguished Engineer 2017
Simeon Eburi Losoha is a Petroleum Engineer with Chevron Corporation based in Houston, TX. He currently works in Chevron's Africa and Latin America Exploration and Production Company as a Frontier Exploration and Appraisal Petroleum Engineer.
Previously, Simeon worked in Chevron's San Juaquin Valley Business Unit as a Production Operations Supervisor of the Cymric/McKittrick fields in California. Prior to that role, he worked in Chevron's Deepwater (Gulf of Mexico) Exploration and Projects Business Unit as a Decision and Economic Analysis Advisor. Simeon worked in Chevron's Energy Technology Company (ETC) Shale Unit as a Reservoir and Simulation Engineer and provided support and expertise to Chevron's Unconventional and Shale Assets worldwide. Prior to his assignment in ETC, Simeon worked in Chevron's Mid-Continent Business Unit as a Reservoir Engineer on the Haynesville Shale Team, and prior to that role, he worked as a Production Engineer on the Oklahoma Asset Team.
In 2011, Simeon joined the Society of Petroleum Engineers - Gulf Coast Section (SPE-GCS) Young Professionals Board as Emerging Engineers Conference Co-Chair. In 2013, he served on the SPE-GCS Board of Directors as SPE-GCS Young Professionals Chair. In 2014 Simeon was recognized as the SPE Houston Young Engineer of the Year. In 2015, Simeon served on the SPE-GCS Board of Directors as the Education Committee Chair.
Simeon was a founding member of Texas Tech's Young Engineering Alumni organization (Young Guns) established in 2012 and was the Vice Chair and Membership Chair. In 2014, Simeon served as the Young Guns Chairman and along with the Young Guns Executive Committee, participated in College of Engineering Dean's Council Meetings.
Simeon graduated from Texas Tech University in 2006 and 2007 with a Bachelor and a Master of Science Degree in Petroleum Engineering. Simeon enjoys playing basketball, chess, soccer, guitar, following Red Raider sports, volunteering and spending time with family and friends.