Jim Mogg - 1999
Jim W. Mogg is president and chief executive officer of Duke Energy field Services, Inc., the natural gas gathering, processing, storage and intrastate pipeline subsidiary of Duke Energy Corporation. Mogg was named to his current position in 1994 and has directed the Denver-based company during a period of substantial growth.
Mogg earned his bachelor’s degree at SWOSU in mathematics. He is a 1967 graduate of Hydro (OK) High School. He and his wife, Freda, have two daughters, Amy and Sarah.
Mogg leads Duke Energy Field Services, which is the nation’s largest natural gas liquids producer as well as one of the largest gatherers of natural gas and marketers of natural gas liquids. Its operations include ownership in 66 processing plants of which 52 plants are company operated. Duke Energy Field Services employs approximately 1,600 employees.
He joined the Duke Energy Company in 1973 in the gas supply department of Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line company in Liberal, Kansas. Mogg was promoted several times in the company and was elected senior vice president of Panhandle Eastern in 1991 with responsibilities for marketing, regulatory affairs and gas supply. He became president of Centana Energy Corporation in 1992 before taking his current position.
Mogg is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers and past president of the Gas Processors Association. He serves on the board of directors of TEPPCO Partners, L.P., which operates one of the nation’s largest refined petroleum products and liquefies petroleum gases pipeline systems. Mogg has completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Business.