Daryl Owen is a renowned energy policy expert who began his career in Washington, DC as an aide to Senator Bennett Johnston from Louisiana. After rising to the position of Chief of Staff for the Senator, Daryl was appointed in 1986 as the Staff Director of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, a position he held for roughly five years. In 1991, he founded Daryl Owen Associates, Inc., a government relations and strategic consulting firm. For over 20 years, Daryl has helped clients navigate the federal government, while also providing strategic business consulting and business development services.
Daryl received both his undergraduate and law degrees from the Louisiana State University. He serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Discovery Creek Children’s Foundation, and as Vice Chair of the J. Bennett Johnston Science Foundation. Daryl is married with a son.
Adam Ingols is a government relations and energy policy consultant with over a decade of government service in the legislative and executive branches of government. He began his career working for the Speaker of the House J. Dennis Hastert, before being asked to serve in the White House Office of Legislative Affairs for President George W. Bush. From the start of the Bush Administration’s second term, Adam served as the Senior Advisor to the Deputy Secretary of the Department of Energy, until early 2008 when he was appointed to the position of Chief of Staff to the Secretary of Energy. In 2009, Adam joined Daryl Owen Associates, where he focuses on energy and environmental policy issues and broad-based legislative and executive branch government-relations consulting.
Adam is a graduate of Washington and Lee University and is married with two young daughters.