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 88 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 coke and other materials.

Additionally, the Terminals business owns Jones Act product tankers that are engaged in the marine transportation of crude oil, condensate and refined products in the United States.

Mr. Schlosser joined Kinder Morgan in 2001 as Vice President of Sales and Business Development and was named President of Terminals in 2013. Mr. Schlosser has more than 30 years of experience in commodity transportation and logistics, business development and sales, sales management and operations. He previously worked for GATX, CSX Transportation, Sealand and Consolidated Freightways.

Mr. Schlosser holds a Bachelor of Science degree in science from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. He is a member of the Houston Chapter’s American Diabetes Association board and is chairman elect.
Kinder Morgan owns an interest in or operates 84,000 miles of pipelines and 155 terminals.

The company’s pipelines transport primarily natural gas, refined petroleum products, CO2 and crude oil and its terminals store, transfer and handle such products as gasoline, ethanol, coal, petroleum coke and steel.