Top technology innovators
Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co.’s (TPH) invitation-only Energy Disruption Conference brings together an unmatched group of CEOs, founders, investors and thought leaders to explore technologies that are reshaping the oil and gas industry. The conference features the full spectrum of disruptive technologies across energy including but not limited to: Digital, CleanTech, Efficiency, Subsurface, and Alternative Energy. Energy tech’s most ambitious minds are disrupting the status quo, fostering innovation and driving non-traditional growth.
Benefits to attend / present
• Digital •
• CLEANTECH •
Monitoring & Compliance
Waste to Energy
• EFFICIENCY •
Internet of Things
Employee Phone Apps
Personalized Learning Environment
• SUBSURFACE •
Rock Mechanic – Geomechanics
• ALTERNATIVE ENERGY •
Dove joined Pioneer’s predecessor company, Parker & Parsley, in 1994 as vice president of business development and was promoted to senior vice president in 1996, where he served until the formation of Pioneer in 1997. Dove’s initial role at Pioneer was executive vice president – business development until 2000, when he was promoted to executive vice president and chief financial officer. He became Pioneer’s president and chief operating officer in 2004. In 2017, he was named president and chief executive officer.
Prior to joining Parker & Parsley, Dove worked for Diamond Shamrock Corporation and a successor, Maxus Energy Corporation. Dove holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago.
Dove serves on the Corporate Development Committee of MIT and is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas Foundation.
He writes the Energy Intelligence column for Forbes and is co-author of the book, “The Bottomless Well: The Twilight of Fuel, the Virtue of Waste, and Why We Will Never Run Out of Energy” (Basic Books 2005/2006) which rose to #1 in th Amazon science category, and has been published in various popular publications, including the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times Magazine, as well as professional publications. He has appeared on many news and talk shows including CNN, Fox News, CNBC, PBS, NBC and ABC, and on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Mark was earlier a technology advisor for Banc of America Securities, and a co-author of the successful energy-tech investment newsletter, the Huber-Mills Digital Power Report, published by Forbes and the Gilder Group. He has organized and served as Chair for numerous Forbes technology conferences, and founded and chaired a series of Digital Power investment technology conferences. He has been responsible for creating and directing several non-profit organizations including; the Electric Council for the Economy, the Critical Power Coalition (white paper available), the Center for Science Technology & Media; the ElectroTechnology Marketing Group.
Mark has testified before the U.S. Congress and briefed many state public service commissions and state legislators, as well as serving as an expert witness on energy-economic issues. Earlier, Mark founded and ran an energy technology consulting business with several hundred clients. He served as a staff consultant to The White House Science Office under President Reagan, a number of the Federal Research Laboratories, the (former) Congressional Office of Technology Assessment, and the U.S. Department of Energy. He worked as science advisor for the Atomic Industrial Forum, and spent the week of the accident at the site of Three Mile Island. He co-founded and served as Executive Director of Scientists & Engineers for Secure Energy where he worked with a number of the iconic scientists of the 20th century including Dr. Edward Teller and Nobelist Dr. Eugene Wigner.
Early in his career, Mark was an experimental physicist and development engineer for RCA in the fields of integrated circuits and microprocessors in both development and production fabs, and the RCA Sarnoff Research Center. He also worked at RCA OptoElectronics and Bell Northern Research (NORTEL) in fiber optics, defense and solid-state devices, fields in which he holds several patents. And earlier, he worked for Eldorado Nuclear (now Cameco), a uranium mining and refining company. Mark holds a BSc Honours degree in physics from Queen’s University, Canada, and is a member of numerous professional societies including the American Physical Society and Institute of Electric and Electronic Engineers.
As founder of Siebel Systems, one of the fastest-growing software companies, Siebel built the foundation of the CRM market. Siebel Systems became a leader in application software with revenue exceeding $2B before merging with Oracle in 2006.
Siebel is the Chairman of the Siebel Energy Institute, and serves on the College of Engineering boards at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and UC Berkeley. He is a director of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Siebel received a B.A., MBA, and M.S. in computer science from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.