ENRON'S Stanley C. Horton

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• Stanley C. Horton, chief executive Enron Transportation Services: Sold 734,444 shares for $45.4 million.

Stanley C. Horton was appointed to the Partnership Policy Committee and to the Northern Border Pipeline Management Committee in December 1998. Mr. Horton is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Enron Gas Pipeline Group and has held that position since January 1997. From February 1996 to January 1997, he was Co-Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Enron Operations Corp. From June 1993 to February 1996, he was President and Chief Operating Officer of Enron Operations Corp.



Executive Biography
Stanley C. (Stan) Horton
Chairman and CEO

Stanley C. Horton is chairman and chief executive officer of Enron Transportation Services Company (ETS). The company includes all of Enron's ownership and operating interests in Northern Natural Gas Company, Transwestern Pipeline Company, Florida Gas Transmission Company, and Northern Border Pipeline Company, as well as Enron Clean Fuels and EOTT Energy Partners, L.P. Mr. Horton began his career with Enron in 1973 as a staff economist for Florida Gas Transmission Company. He held several management positions within the company before transferring to Houston in 1985 as vice president of rates for both Florida Gas and Transwestern Pipeline Company. Since that time, he has served as president of Transwestern Pipeline Company, president of Florida Gas Transmission Company and president of Northern Natural Gas Company. In March 1993, he was named president and chief operating officer of Enron pipeline and liquids group, and in June 1993, he was named president and chief operating officer of Enron Operations Corp. In February 1996, he was named co-chairman and chief executive officer of Enron Operations Corp. He assumed his current position in January 1997. Mr. Horton is a native of Orlando, Fla. He received a bachelor's degree in finance from the University of Central Florida and a master's degree in management from Rollins College. He serves as chief executive officer and chairman of the board of EOTT Energy Partners, L.P. In addition, Mr. Horton is chairman of the board of the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America; chairman of the Gas Industry Standards Board; and serves on the Board of Directors for the Gas Technology Institute. He also is a member of the Northern Border Partnership, L.P., Policy Committee. Mr. Horton is a member of the Houston Area Sigma Chi Alumni Chapter, and he is active in a variety of civic and philanthropic endeavors.


Pipe Line & Gas Industry

Robert B. Catell, chariman, president and CEO of KeySpan Energy, was re-elected to a one-year term as chairman of Gas Research Institute’s board of directors. Stanley C. Horton was re-named vice chairman of the board. New directors elected to two-year terms were Charles D. Davidson, Douglas J. Lanier, D. Bruce Merrifield and John F. Sharpe. Joining the board for one-year terms were Chester R. Messer II and Lynn W. Wilkinson. Robert S. Boswell, Ted E. Davis, Fred J. Fowler, Robert A. Georgine, Warren I. Mitchell, James A. Rubright, John W. Somerhalder II and John M. Stinson III were all re-elected to two-year terms. Walter van de Vijver was re-named to a one-year term. Also, William M. Burnett has been promoted to executive vice president of GRI, and Raymond G. Giese has been named vice president of marketing and sales. http://www.pipe-line.com/archive/archive_99-07/99-07_people.html


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