Center for Houston’s Future (CFH)
- Session 3: Hydrogen Global Supply Chains: Linking Americas with Global Partners
Andy Steinhubl serves as Chairman of the Board for the Center for Houston’s Future (CFH). He has led several CFH projects focused on sustaining economic outperformance and achieving global Decarbonization leadership in Greater Houston. Andy has authored several papers and participated in multiple initiatives on creating a Greater Houston hydrogen hub. He currently serves as an instructor for the University of Houston’s hydrogen economy class, and as a Senior Advisor to consulting firm Alvarez and Marsal on the Energy Transition.
Andy has over 35 years of energy industry and consulting experience, currently serving on the board of Green Hydrogen International (GHI), a global hydrogen project developer. Previously he served as an Independent Director of FlexGen Power Systems (FPS), a leading Battery Energy Storage System provider, where he also formerly served as Interim CEO and Chief Strategy Officer. His last role during his full time consulting career, was forming and leading KPMG’s U.S. Energy and Chemicals strategy consulting group. Earlier consulting career roles included serving as the Houston office managing partner and in various North American and global energy sector leadership roles at Booz & Company, and as a senior partner at McKinsey & Company where he spent 17 years serving clients across the energy value chain. He began his career at ExxonMobil as a Production Operations Engineer.
Andy earned a BS in Chemical Engineering at Purdue University and an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.