Chris Elliott

Vice President, Energy Consulting


Chris Elliott, Vice President, Energy Consulting, has been involved in the energy industry since 2010. Chris is a leader in Amerex’s sales effort and is responsible for many large customer portfolios in Texas and nationwide. He advises commercial, industrial, governmental and institutional entities in developing and implementing long term natural gas and power procurement and management strategies.

Prior to joining Amerex Mr. Elliott worked for another energy procurement company where he learned the intricacies of the energy industry.

Mr. Elliott has a background of nearly two decades in corporate commercial real estate and is a licensed State of Texas Real Estate Broker. When he is not at Amerex, Mr. Elliott can be heard as a broadcaster offering play-by-play and color commentary for high school football and baseball.


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Get to Know Chris

My friends call me Ellwood

I was born in Baton Rouge, LA

I attended college at University of Houston and Wharton County Junior College

My first job was a Christmas tree salesman

When I have free time I like to golf and fish

My day is not complete until I have spent time with my wife and kids

One word I would use to describe myself is driven

One word my friends would use to describe me is funny

My favorite movie is JFK

My favorite holiday is Christmas because I enjoy giving and hearing about others’ acts of generosity

My favorite quote is “scared money don’t make money.”

If I could go back in time I would like to meet Ben Franklin

My hero/idol is David Toms because he’s achieved a balance of being a world class golfer and family man and Tiger fan

If I could have a super power, it would it be seeing the future because the possibilities are endless

If I had one wish I would wish for a rich and rewarding life for my children

One modern convenience I could not live without is my mobile device

If I won the lottery I would manage real estate investments

My dream vacation spot is Scotland/Ireland

I strongly believe that good luck happens when opportunity and preparation intersect

Coffee or tea? Tea

Are you a Mac or a PC? PC