Management Team

Gregg Bigger was most recently Founding Partner of Rocfin Advisors, a Strategic Management Consulting Company providing advice and direction to a variety of clients including companies in the energy, clean tech, and emerging technology markets. Prior, Mr. Bigger was Founder and Board Member of The Bank of Santa Barbara. Earlier in his career Mr. Bigger held a variety of key management and leadership positions including U.S. Trust as a Vice-President in the Private Client Group, and First Republic Bank as a Vice President and Manager in the Private Banking Group. Mr. Bigger served in the United States Marine Corps Special Operations Unit.

As controller of QS Energy, Inc., Mr. McMullen is responsible for financial and operational leadership and establishing and implementing policies relevant to strategic planning and risk management. During his career in corporate development and finance, Mr. McMullen has established a strong record of accomplishment, structuring and closing domestic and international transactions across a variety of industries. Prior to joining QS Energy, Inc., Mr. McMullen served in senior executive capacities with several first-to-market energy and technology companies, including FloWind Corp. and SomethingNow Inc. As a management consultant and financial advisor to mid-market healthcare and bio-science entities, Mr. McMullen specialized in providing growth and transition management oversight to companies serving HMOs, hospitals and cancer centers.

Bill Nicholson has a long track record of success as a senior executive in private and publicly traded companies in the energy industry, and the consumer products and technology sectors. From 1984 to 1992 Mr. Nicholson served as Chief Operating Officer of Amway Corp. during a period of extreme growth which saw revenues jump from $1.5 billion to $5 billion. As an advisor and investor, Mr. Nicholson has consulted with the IMR Fund, Jacob’s Trading Company, FLW Outdoors, and was a principle investor and president of Swiftships, Inc., a firm that became the leading manufacturer of high-speed aluminum watercrafts used for marine patrol and offshore oil field support. As both an investor and general partner he has been active in natural gas exploration in the North Texas Barnett Shale, drilling 20 horizontal deep gas wells and owning and operating eight vessels and two ocean-going work barges in support of offshore oil and gas production in the Persian Gulf, Gulf of Mexico, the California Coast and the India Ocean. As a captain in the U.S. Air Force, Mr. Nicholson has 300 combat missions to his credit and is the recipient of the Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal, Vietnamese Medal of Honor and Cross of Gallantry.

Scott Wood has three decades of well-to-refinery experience in the energy industry, providing oversight of oil and gas properties in many of the industry’s most active shale formations and basins. Mr. Wood’s career began in  1981 as a Petroleum Landman at Liberty Oil and Gas in Oklahoma City, prior to his venturing out to develop oil and gas projects. In 1991 he formed Energy Reserves Group, LLC, an E&P company based in Galveston Bay, Texas. As general manager, Mr. Wood oversaw a series of acquisitions and divestitures including Plains Illinois Inc. which were consolidated into ERG Resources, L.L.C.