Mark R. Robeck

Deputy General Counsel for Energy Policy

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Mark R. Robeck

Deputy General Counsel for Energy Policy, United States Department of Energy

Mr. Robeck began serving as Deputy General Counsel for Energy Policy on December 17, 2018.  Before joining the Department, Mark was in private practice with Kelly Drye & Warren LLP, where he was Co-head of the Energy Practice Group, and Baker Botts LLP, where he was Co-head of the Energy Litigation Practice Group.

Mr. Robeck’s thirty years of private practice focused on dispute resolution, investigations, risk management, and compliance counseling primarily for businesses in the energy industry, including: oil and gas producers and refiners, pipelines, and service companies; electric and gas utilities; merchant generators and energy trading companies; nuclear plant owners and operators; renewable energy producers, and coal mining companies.  He has acted as lead and co-counsel for jury and bench trials, domestic and international arbitrations, and appeals; and has represented clients responding to federal and state civil, criminal, regulatory, and legislative investigations.

Mr. Robeck is a graduate of Texas A&M, cum laude, and The University of Texas School of Law, with honors, where he was a member of the Order of Coif.