Bauer Hosts March 23 Discussion On Difficult Energy Predictions

Published on March 2, 2016

Waterside Energy Director and Alumnus Terry McGill is Spring Distinguished Leaders Series Speaker

The C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston will host Waterside Energy Director Terry McGill (BBA ’87) on March 23 for the Spring 2016 Distinguished Leaders Series.

McGill will lead a discussion titled “Here We Go Again,” a conversation on energy predictions and the reasons why making accurate predictions is so difficult in the current industry environment.

Presented by AGL Resources and their Houston-based companies, the DLS serves as an opportunity for exploring topical issues in business, with an emphasis on the energy industry.

Registration will take place in the Dawn and Richard Rawson Auditorium, Melcher Hall Room 160, at 5:30 p.m. before the 6 p.m. presentation. For more information, or to RSVP, click here.

Terry McGill (BBA ’87)
Waterside Energy

Terry_McGill_2344-800Terry McGill is a highly recognized executive leader in the U.S. pipeline industry with 38 years of diversified experience in the natural gas industry and a particular emphasis on interstate transportation and gathering and processing. He has also been extensively involved in marketing short and long term gas transportation, gas supply procurement and business analysis and planning.

Prior to his role with Waterside Energy, McGill served as president for Enbridge Energy before retiring in 2014 after a 14-year career with the company. Before joining Enbridge, he worked in various leadership roles with Columbia Gulf Transmission, Gem Energy, and Enron Corporation.

With a vast network of industry contacts, McGill has experience in leadership development, organizational restructuring, investor relations and capital market transactions. He is a member of the board of directors for the Houston Chapter of the American Red Cross, and a past vice chairman of the United Way of the Texas Gulf Coast Campaign.

McGill received his BBA from the C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston.

By Priscilla Aceves