Full Name
Tim Tarpley
Job Title
Energy Workforce & Technology Council
Speaker Bio
As President of the Energy Workforce & Technology Council, Tim Tarpley oversees Policy, Government Affairs, International Trade Policy, ESG and Environmental Policy, developing and implementing an integrated strategic plan to advance Energy Workforce’s policy positions, broaden awareness of its programs and priorities, and increase the visibility of its positions across key stakeholder audiences.
Tarpley has advocated for the men and woman of the U.S. energy industry for the past five years in Washington and around the country. Tarpley has presented at multiple conferences on energy policy and has testified in the United States Congress in front of the House Natural Resources Committee, the United States Trade Representative and the Texas Legislature.
Prior to joining the Energy Workforce & Technology Council, he served as Chief of Staff to Congressman Ted Poe (R-TX) and began his legislative career as an aide to former Congressman Mac Thornberry (R-TX). As a lynchpin of Congressman Poe’s staff for more than nine years, Tarpley worked on permitting the Keystone pipeline, ending the crude oil export ban and streamlining the permitting for LNG export approval.
Tarpley serves on the U.S.-Mexico Energy Business Council, the Department of Commerce Industry Trade Advisory Committee for Energy and Energy Services and is a fellow in the British American Project.
Tarpley holds a juris doctor from Creighton University School of Law and a LLM from American University Washington College of Law.
Tim Tarpley