Lessons Learned from Four Years of New Energy Ventures with Brian Hlavinka

April 02, 2024 Tisha Schuller Running time:
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Tisha Schuller welcomes Brian Hlavinka, vice president of new energy ventures at Williams, to the Energy Thinks podcast. Listeners will hear Brian’s insights and advice on how oil and gas companies can expedite success in their new energy ventures endeavors. Brian also speaks on the importance of partnerships between policy specialists and executives and how those alliances shape progress on the hill.

Brians leads a decarbonization-focused business development team committed to building a sustainable, clean energy future. His team develops and executes projects across the clean energy spectrum, including solar, wind, renewable natural gas, energy storage, responsibly sourced gas, hydrogen, and CCUS.

Prior to his role at Williams, Brian served in various roles at Cheniere Energy, Audubon Engineering, and DCP Midstream ranging from project engineering to project management and commercial development.

Brian is also the founding Vice Chairman of the Clean Hydrogen Future Coalition (CHFC), a diverse industry group focused on the development of a clean hydrogen economy and an advisor to the Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas and Innovation Labs.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering from Texas A&M University and an MBA from the University of Houston. Brian currently resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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[Interview recorded on March 5, 2024]

Lessons Learned from Four Years of New Energy Ventures with Brian Hlavinka

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