Mark E. Gregg – President & CEOPrior to founding KiwiEnergy in 2000, Mark Gregg began his career in 1981 with The Superior Oil Company, followed by Mobil Oil and Edge Petroleum, primarily in exploration roles, including several years in both Indonesia and Nigeria. Mr. Gregg has over 30 years of successful exploration experience and is responsible for numerous significant discoveries along the Gulf Coast and in Nigeria. Mr. Gregg received his B.Sc., Geophysical Engineering (1980) from the Colorado School of Mines and MBA (1988) from the Bauer College of Business, University of Houston. Mr. Gregg is Chairman of the Board of Directors of YES Prep Public Schools, Past Chairman of the Houston Chapter of the Society of Independent Professional Earth Scientists and a member of SEG, AAPG, Houston Producer's Forum and IPAA. Mark and his wife Debra are active supporters of YES Prep Public Schools, DePelchin Children's Center, Geoscientists without Borders© and the UH Bauer College of Business.
Larry Wilson – Chief Operating OfficerLarry Wilson was formerly with Anadarko Petroleum in drilling and production supervisory roles in the Gulf of Mexico and Algeria. Mr. Wilson previously worked for Transocean/R&B Falcon/Cliffs serving as Engineering Supervisor for turnkey drilling offshore Gulf of Mexico and inland waters and as General Manager, International Engineering Services in support of turnkey drilling operations for client PDVSA. Mr. Wilson began his career with Cliffs Drilling Co. in 1987 where he served in various Operational and Engineering roles in the Gulf of Mexico, Texas, Louisiana and Venezuela. Mr. Wilson earned a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M University and is a member of SPE and American Association of Drilling Engineers (AADE).
Connie C. Noble – Vice President, LandPrior to joining KiwiEnergy, Connie Noble was Land Manager at Cox & Perkins Exploration, Inc., where during her 21-year tenure she was involved in every aspect of land work, specializing in lease and contract negotiations, title analysis and due diligence. Ms. Noble received her B.Sc., Petroleum Land Management from the University of Houston (1991). Ms. Noble is a member of Houston Association of Professional Landmen (HAPL), the American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL) and the Women's Energy Network. She is Past President of Houston Area Council of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority.
Dennis E. Gregg – Vice PresidentDennis Gregg has had a distinguished career in the oil industry spanning several decades. Beginning in 1950, Mr. Gregg held several senior level positions with Conoco including Vice President of E&P for various areas including Europe, North and East Africa, Middle East, Asia-Pacific and Latin America. Mr. Gregg is currently President of Tulip Energy, LLC, an independent E&P company. Mr. Gregg received his B.Sc., Petroleum Engineering (1950) at the Colorado School of Mines and completed Harvard's International Senior Management Program. Mr. Gregg is active in the Society of Petroleum Engineers where he served as President in 1986, was awarded SPE's DeGolyer Distinguished Service Medal in 1996 and co-chaired SPE Foundation's recent fund-raising effort which raised more than $6 million. He received Colorado School of Mine's Distinguished Achievement Medal in 1994.
Kirk Van Sickle – ExplorationistKirk Van Sickle has over 30 years of extensive international and domestic 3D prospect generation experience, beginning with Mobil Oil and followed by Edge Petroleum and Stone Energy Corporation. Mr. Van Sickle is credited with numerous significant discoveries in Texas and Louisiana and found and developed a giant oil field offshore Nigeria during his time in Lagos with Mobil. Mr. Van Sickle earned a B.S. degree in Geology from the University of Arkansas, is a member of AAPG and SEG, and has authored articles published in The Oil and Gas Journal, July 1997, and The Leading Edge, July 1990.
Mark Norman – ExplorationistMark Norman has over 34 years of experience in onshore Gulf Coast prospecting resulting in significant discoveries in multiple plays including Frio/Vicksburg, Cook Mountain/Yegua, and Wilcox/Midway formations. His career began in 1982 as a geologist with Enserch Exploration which was followed by work at National Energy and Aspect Resources before becoming a consultant in 2002. His experience since 1999 has focused on the generation, acquisition, and interpretation of large scale 3D projects along the Texas/Louisiana Gulf Coast. Mr. Norman earned a BS degree in Geoscience from Stephen F. Austin State University in 1979 and an MS degree in Geoscience from the University of Texas in Dallas in 1982. He is a member of the AAPG/HGS and the SEG.