May 2016, Vol. 243, No. 5


Industry Veteran Stan Horton Steers Boardwalk Forward

Stan Horton has seen it all during his 40 years in the natural gas industry: the historic unbundling of the pipelines; shortages and perceived shortages of the commodity; the downfall of once-mighty Enron Corp.; the shale revolution; and the periodic, nerve-wracking up-and-down cycles where natural gas seemed to be either too expensive to buy or too cheap to produce. Nothing shocks this native Floridian and CEO, president and director of Boardwalk Pipeline Partners LP, an increasingly active midstream company that has a $1.6 billion program of construction projects underway. Yes, even though the oil and natural gas industry is in the doldrums, there is still a lot of pipeline activity out t

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