Keynote Speakers for the 2017 Tri-State Oil & Gas Convention

Lt governor todd lamb

Oklahoma elected Todd Lamb as Lt. Governor on November 2, 2010.  After a term in which Lamb successfully advocated for workers’ compensation reform, higher pay for Oklahoma’s Troopers, and growing Oklahoma’s oil and gas industry, Lamb was reelected in 2014, winning in each of Oklahoma’s 77 counties.  

 An Enid native, Lamb has spent many years in public service to his state and nation.

 He served in the Keating Administration, and worked on the staff of United States Senator Don Nickles.
Lamb became a Special Agent with the United States Secret Service where he was elected president of his Secret Service Academy class and graduated with special recognition.  His duties included domestic and international protection assignments during the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations.  

 In 2004, Lamb was elected to serve in the Oklahoma state Senate.  Lamb was re-elected in 2008 and in 2009 became the first Republican Majority Floor Leader in state history.

 Lt. Governor Lamb was elected chairman of the National Lt. Governors Association (NLGA). Additionally, he served as Chairman of the Republican Lt. Governors Association (RLGA).

Lamb has worked in the private sector as a landman in Oklahoma's energy industry, and was General Counsel for an energy and wireless company in Edmond, Oklahoma.

 Todd Lamb and his wife Monica have been married 21 years and have two children, Griffin and Lauren.  

scott goodwin-vice president-operations-fourpoint energy

Scott Goodwin received a B.S. degree in Petroleum Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines in 1996 and began his career with Marathon Oil Company that same year. During his eight years with Marathon, Scott held multiple engineering and field supervisory roles for various drilling, completion, and production projects in the U.S. Midcontinent, Offshore Gulf of Mexico, and Offshore West Africa.

In 2004, he joined Questar E&P’s Rockies Division in Denver as the Operations Manager for their Legacy Division where he supervised an engineering and field team responsible for completions, recompletions, workovers, and daily production for properties in the San Juan, Paradox, Greater Green River, Washita, Powder River, and Williston Basins. During his tenure at Questar, he planned the operations strategy for their entry into the Williston Basin and executed the industry’s first completions in the Baxter Shale.

In 2009, Scott joined the Cordillera III Management Team. As Production Manager, he played a key role in helping the Company expand their Western Anadarko Basin drilling program from one vertical to twelve horizontal rigs and grow production from 18 to 147 Mmcfed. After the successful sale and transition of CEP III to Apache, he stayed with the Cordillera Management Team to help form FourPoint Energy, where he now serves as the Vice President of Operations. Scott and his operations team are responsible for executing drilling, completion, and recompletion projects; improving base production from acquired wells via workovers and artificial lift installations; and controlling expenses across the asset base.