For nearly twenty years, Thomasson Consultants has been the go-to Electrical and Instrumentation project managers for companies like Ardent Services and Conoco Phillips in the Permian Basin and around the world. Pat brings over 30 years of High-Voltage, sub-station and medium voltage distribution experience to the Native Energy Source team. He is the best Project Engineer in our field.
David L. Thomasson, CEO
B.A. University of Memphis, University of Oklahoma School of Law, completing Tribal Law Masters
David has spent his entire professional career in the design, installation and maintenance of critical power systems, data centers, multi-module generation, life-safety and microgrid implementations.
Currently completing a masters in Tribal Law and a successful track record of winning projects and grants through superior design and narrative content. His mission is to help Tribal Nations gain sovereignty over their energy costs and management.
V. Patrick Thomasson, Project Engineer, High Voltage Specialist.
Undergraduate studies, Louisiana Tech, Henderson State
Patrick M. McGovern, Primary Design Electrical Engineer, B.S.E.E. (LSU)
Pat McGovern is one of the nation's premier engine driven generation design experts working today! He brings over forty years of design, consulting and implementation of diesel and natural gas engine driven power plants and the electrical distribution systems they power to Native Energy Source. He is a noted expert in the field of control design work.
Dennis J Dyer, CTO
Electronics - USAF, Studied Comp Science at Oklahoma Baptist University, TIED at Oklahoma State University, Instructor CISCO Network Academy
Dennis served in the USAF and ANG a total of 8 years in Electronics, then service work in Electronics at Allen Bradley, Exxon Mobil during which time he worked on his Computer Science Degree. Then worked as Instructor for Career Tech as Cisco Network Academy Instructor teaching networking and security. From there he started PSG IT Consulting and worked with Indian Tribes for 16 years, and 7 years as the Citizen Potawatomi Nation CIO/IT Director. Dyer also served for 7 years as Chairman of the Oklahoma Native American Technology Council and had a seat on the NCAI.