On the March episode of KERA’s CEO, host Lee Cullum talks with Kelcy Warren, CEO/Chairman of Energy Transfer Partners, who explains how diversifying assets helps protect the company from the volatility of the industry. With 43,000 miles of pipeline stretching across the country, Warren says ETP is positioned for growth in a thriving market. Warren’s passion for music led him to partner with Jimmy LaFave in launching Music Road Records, an Austin-based label representing singer-songwriters.
ABOUT KELCY WARREN
Kelcy Warren has more than 30 years of experience in the energy industry and oversees a diverse portfolio of publically-traded energy companies involved in the gathering, treating, processing and transporting of natural gas and natural gas liquids.
Warren is the chairman of Dallas-based Energy Transfer Equity (ETE), which owns the general partner of Energy Transfer Partners (ETP), of which he serves as Chief Executive Officer, and Regency Energy Partners (RGP).