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Kelcy Warren, CEO Of Energy Transfer Partners

Kelcy Warren is the CEO of Energy Transfer Partners. This oil and gas company can contribute to making the United States less dependent on foreign oil by expanding U.S. production capacity in the shale gas and oil sectors and transporting natural gas liquids from North America to world markets.

Warren began his career as a geophysicist in the oil and gas sector, working out of Texas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma. He then moved to New Orleans to work for Exxon with the company’s exploration team in the Gulf of Mexico. Warren then worked for ConocoPhillips before starting Energy Transfer Partners in 2002.

Kelcy Warren is the Chairman and CEO of Energy Transfer Partners L.P. (OTCQB: ETPL), which includes an unconventional natural gas liquids (NGLs) business unit and a growing midstream business across North America. The NGL Business unit operates in shale gas and oil sectors, gathering liquids from areas where natural gas production is high, including the Bakken Shale, Marcellus Shale, Eagle Ford Shale, and other plays in the U.S.

Kelcy Warren has achieved many awards and accomplishments in his career. He was recognized as one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in Energy by “Platt’s Energy Week” in 2014. Warren also received the Ernst & Young 2014 Texas Entrepreneur of the Year award. In 2015, he was ranked #1 on “Forbes” magazine’s list of ‘America’s Most Powerful CEOs 40 & Under’.

Warren has founded two foundations: Warren Petroleum Fund Inc. (WPF) and Warren Theatres Foundation Inc. (WTH). WPF established the Warren Petroleum School of Geology at Texas Christian University in 1998 and supported the school’s Geophysical Research Program. WTH opened the Warren Theatres Arts Center at TCU in 2012 and supported TCU’s film, music, and theatre programs.

Warren also serves on the advisory board of Managing Global Operations at the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University, where he received his MBA. He is a member of the Board of Trustees for Salvation Army National Capital Area Command (Washington D.C. Go to this page for more information.


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