Kelcy Warren

Kelcy Warren is a Co-founder of Energy Transfer Partners and an LNG export facility operator with a net worth of $6.3 billion. Warren is called the “King of Natural Gas,” and he is active in campaigning for natural gas energy, as well as supporting many Republican politicians.

Kelcy Warren is the “King of Natural Gas”, with a net worth of $6.3 billion to prove it!

An American businessman and one-time competitive amateur bodybuilder, Kelcy Warren have an enviable fortune to his name from his involvement with Energy Transfer Partners – the company that deals in the transportation and storage of natural gas liquids such as ethane, propane, and butane – making him one of America’s wealthiest people.

Warren is one of the founders of Energy Transfer Partners and a senior executive and board member of the company. In 2014, Forbes magazine voted Warren “King of Natural Gas.” He is also active in campaigning for natural gas energy and supporting many Republican politicians at the national level.

Warren was born in 1935 in Marshall, Texas, and spent his childhood there until he joined the Air Force after high school and served three years in Germany during the Cold War. After leaving military service, Kelcy Warren went to college at North Texas State University (now known as the University of North Texas), where he graduated with a degree in business management.

In 2008, the year before Kelcy Warren founded the company that would eventually become Energy Transfer Partners, he was barred from entering several casinos in the United States because of his notorious reputation. Known as much for his keen sense of business acumen as for reportedly having ties to organized crime figures, Warren got into trouble with the law after convincing a group of investors to back his startup through a pyramid scheme. He was investigated by FBI agents who alleged that Warren acquired properties at discounted prices through money laundering schemes. In 2006, he met with George W. Bush on energy policy matters during Bush’s tenure as governor of Texas. See this page for related information.


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