Bobby Tudor on Houston’s Role as the Next Energy Transition Hub

Houston needs to be rebranded as a partner in the energy transition versus an obstruction to the future of energy, industry veteran Bobby Tudor told attendees of Hart Energy’s Energy Transition Capital Conference on May 10.

Bobby Tudor, Energy Transition Capital Conference

Bobby Tudor, CEO of Artemis Energy Partners, spoke with Hart Energy Executive Editor-at-Large Nissa Darbonne on the development of Houston as an energy transition partner at the second annual Energy Transition Capital Conference on May 10. (Source: Joseph Markman/Hart Energy)

HOUSTON—Houston might not seem like a likely residence for the next wave of the energy transition as the city is traditionally known as a hub for oil and gas companies. However, Houston is looking to grow its renewable and clean energy practices while still maintaining a foothold in hydrocarbons, according to industry veteran Bobby Tudor.

Tudor, CEO of Artemis Energy Partners who also co-founded Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co., spoke at Hart Energy’s Energy Transition Capital Conference on May 10 on the benefits of energy transition-focused companies taking up residence in Houston.

Houston is not necessarily defined as a partner in the energy transition so much as it is seen as an impediment to the energy transition, Tudor explained, but “we don’t believe that to be true at all.”

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Madison Ratcliff

Madison Ratcliff is an associate editor for Hart Energy's editorial team.