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Kelcy Warren


Kelcy Warren is an American businessman and CEO of Energy Transfer Partners. Not only is he a real estate entrepreneur, but he’s also known for developing pipelines across the United States. He is busy developing natural gas, liquid propane, and crude oil pipelines. The CEO’s net worth is estimated to be $6.4 billion.

He also was the chairman of the Texas Rangers from 2008-2011 as part of a $75 million deal with Tom Hicks and George W Bush that saw him own a 50% stake in the team for ten years. He then sold the entirety of his shares for a total amount that ranged from $45 to $50 million.

Kelcy Warren is a veteran who has served as a Navy SEAL. His base of operations was in Coronado, California. He received his SEAL degree from the Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training course in Coronado, California, at the Naval Amphibious Base (NAB). He was known for being proficient in scuba diving and land warfare operations. He was among those who implemented the diving and sniping tactics they were trained to be professional and successful in.

He earned two Silver Star Medals and one Bronze Star Medal during his service with the SEALs, though he did not serve overseas during wartime.

Kelcy Warren joined Energy Transfer Partners as a full-time employee in 2006. He was tasked with the role of developing their natural gas pipeline. He became the CEO in 2008 but got promoted after receiving an offer to be the chairman and CEO of Sunoco’s energy business. His new executive position would see him oversee the Sunoco Logistics Partners, two pipeline companies with a combined value of $10 billion. The chairman position was said to be more lucrative than being the CEO of Energy Transfer Partners, and Warren agreed to his new role. He held this title for five years until his resignation in 2013.

The CEO’s net worth is valued at $6.4 billion, which he has earned through his many executive positions.

In 2017, Warren was named one of the most successful CEOs by Forbes magazine due to his success with Energy Transfer Partners and Sunoco Logistics Partners. See related link for more information.


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