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John W. Schlosser, President at Kinder Morgan Terminals Mr. Schlosser is President of Terminals for Kinder Morgan, one of the largest energy infrastructure companies in North America. Mr. Schlosser oversees the largest independent network of liquids and bulk terminals in North America. Kinder Morgan's terminals have approximately 125 million barrels of liquids capacity and handle about 100 million tons of bulk materials annually. The liquids terminals store petroleum products and chemicals and the bulk facilities store and handle coal, petroleum…
The Transportation Club of Houston is honored to host the "All-Clubs Luncheon" during National Transportation Week 2018, featuring the following guest speakers: Patrick Maher, Executive Vice President Gulf Winds International José Guillermo Zozaya Delano, President, General Manager & Executive Representative Kansas City Southern de México John A. Moseley, Senior Director of Trade Development Port Houston Frank Vingerhoets, President Katoen Natie Gulf Coast Inc.
San Jacinto College and the Texas A&M Maritime Academy will host the Shared Quarters National Maritime Conference, June 5-6. The conference will bring together industry professionals and educators from across the country to focus on the expansion of the maritime industry and efforts to incorporate community colleges for the training of the maritime workforce. Rep. Gene Green (TX-29), Janiece Longoria, chairman of Port Houston, Jeff Brandt with the National Maritime Center, and Dr. Shashi Kumar and Kevin Tokarski with the…
The Annual Maritime Dinner is attended by over 700 maritime, transportation, and industry professionals and their guests to recognize individuals and companies that have exhibited outstanding leadership and support in the port region. Recent honorees have included Port Houston Commission Chairman Janiece Longoria; Patrick J. Studdert, President & CEO of Buffalo Marine Service, Inc.; ExxonMobil (accepted by Neil Chapman, President, ExxonMobil Chemical Company); and Harris County Judge Ed Emmett.