T Boone Pickens Net Worth

How much is T Boone Pickens worth?

Net Worth:$500 Million
Date of Birth:May 22, 1928
Date of Death:September 11, 2019 (91 years old)
Height:1.81 m, 5 ft 11 in
T Boone Pickens Net Worth:
$500 Million

T Boone Pickens (full name: Thomas Boone Pickens Jr.) is an American based business mogul and investor, who is best recognized for being head of the hedge fund entitled BP Capital Management.

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Actor T Boone Pickens has a networth that has to be considered jaw droppingly high, not to say inspiring.


T Boone Pickens started off his career when he got engaged by Phillips Petroleum post finishing graduation. Basically, he has functioned for Phillips by the year 1954. During the year 1956, post his contribution made in the form of wildcatter, this business magnate has founded one company, which later transformed as Mesa Petroleum.

Personal Life

He had four children with his first wife Lynn. He married his fourth wife Madeleine Paulson in 2005.

In 2007, he served as an executive-committee member on Rudy Giuliani’s presidential campaign.

Inspirational Quotes by T Boone Pickens

Natural gas is a better transportation fuel than gasoline, so if that's the case, it's cheaper, it's cleaner and it's a domestic resource.

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I don't go cheap on anything, but I'm not a shopper. If I want something, I look at it, decide what it is, but it will usually be the best product. I've got a pair of loafers that I still wear that I got in 1957.

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I don't like stock buybacks. I think if a company has the money to buy their stock back, then they should take that and increase the dividends. Send it back to the stockholder. Let them invest their money again from the dividends.

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Chief executives, who themselves own few shares of their companies, have no more feeling for the average stockholder than they do for baboons in Africa.

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It's important to understand that oil and renewables do different things. Wind and solar are for power generation, so they don't replace oil. About 70% of all oil produced is used for transportation fuel. Renewables are good projects, but they don't get us off of foreign oil.

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