Jeffrey Eppink (Jeff)
Enegis LLC, President
President of the energy-consulting firm Enegis LLC, which he founded in 2006, alumnus Jeffrey Eppink has more than 26 years of consulting, technical and analytical experience in a wide variety of energy projects worldwide. He has given numerous presentations to senior industry executives and high-level government officials and provided testimony and presentation to the U.S. Congress and the White House on energy issues. Eppink specializes in project management and design, economic analyses, energy policy, scenario modeling, technical analysis and resource assessment.
At Enegis, LLC, Eppink engages in policy and technical consultation ranging from carbon capture to natural gas exploration, to demonstration algae-to-biodiesel projects.
With substantial experience consulting on oil and gas resources, land access and energy policy, Eppink led Advanced Resources International’s regulatory stipulations/land access (EPCA) program for the Bureau of Land Management.
Eppink has also worked for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory where he researched planetology, as well as Chevron Overseas Petroleum where he worked on projects in more than 25 countries around the world. He consulted in the energy and environment field before going to Washington, DC, on a Diplomacy Fellowship through the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He has also worked for ICF Kaiser and has been an American Association for the Advancement of Science Diplomacy Fellow. He earned an MBA from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and a Master of Science in Applied Geophysics from the University of Southern California. He graduated cum laude from Cal Poly Pomona with a bachelor’s of science in geology.
He and his wife, Sheryl, live in Fairfax, Virginia, and have two grown children. His hobbies include masters swimming, fishing and woodworking.