HOUSTON (AP) - Billionaire Houston energy tycoon Dan Duncan has
died. He was 77.
Enterprise Products Partners LP said Monday in a statement that
Duncan died at his Houston home Sunday.
Duncan was chairman of the company that manages Enterprise
Products Partners. The midstream energy giant has more than 48,000
miles of natural gas, petrochemical and crude oil pipelines and 25
natural gas processing plants.
Duncan co-founded Enterprise Products Company in 1968 and took
Enterprise Products Partners public in July 1998.
Duncan ranked 74th on Forbes' latest worldwide list of
billionaires with an estimated net worth of $9 billion.
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