First of all CONGRATULATIONS on that fantastic GMAT! It will make a difference!
Overall, your profile is pretty good. You have one thing (and lots of it) that many other candidates lack - LEADERSHIP. And real leadership with big teams (even if it is non-executive). And THIS is how you should present yourself to the AdCom - as a leader of a team of 40!!!! (the rest is less relevant). With this in mind, and with a strong application, I think you might get into some nice schools.
I feel like your school list is a fair and good one, and that if you apply to all the schools on that list, you could hope to get an admit. HBS and Wharton will likely be a far stretch, Haas too, but since they have a fantastic energy program, I'd suggest you apply there anyhow as a targeted stretch school.
Some notes about schools with strengths in Energy:
Haas has an emphasis on Energy and Clean Technology:http://mba.haas.berkeley.edu/academics/energy.html
Duke has a concentration in Energy and Environment: http://www.fuqua.duke.edu/edge/education/mba_ee/
McCombs @ Austin has two energy research centers, and specialization in energy finance:http://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/Centers/CEFER/ http://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/centers/emic
(and being in Texas don’t hurt none, neither)
Rice @ Houston has an energy concentration:http://business.rice.edu/Degree_Concent ... spx#tabs-2
Also, being located in the city where the majority of the Energy supermajors have their main HQ will definitely be a plus when it comes to internship or job-seeking time.
This should get you started!
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