Chuck Watson

Twin Eagle

Chairman and Co-Founder


Chuck Watson is chairman and co-founder of Twin Eagle. He was chairman of Eagle Energy Partners, which he co-founded in 2003 and sold to Lehman Brothers in 2007. In 2008, Mr. Watson engineered the purchase of Eagle Energy Partners from Lehman Brothers and sale to Electricite de France (EDF). Mr. Watson was the chairman and CEO of Houston-based Dynegy Inc., an asset based, integrated energy provider. He established NGC Corp., Dynegy’s predecessor, in 1985 and served as chairman and CEO until his departure in May 2002. Mr. Watson worked at Conoco from 1972 until his departure in 1985. He is currently on the board of Baylor College of Medicine, and Mainstream Renewable Power. He is a senior energy advisor to GSO/Blackstone, a member of the Angeleno Group board of advisors and also serves on the advisory council for DocuSign. Mr. Watson is also founder and chairman of Saleria, a company that developed new technology to greatly increase the protection tools available to those dealing with blast, fire and ballistic assaults. Mr. Watson co-founded Caldwell Watson Real Estate Group in 1996, and brought the Houston Aeros, an AHL professional hockey franchise, to Houston in 1998. Mr. Watson served as governor, trustee and chairman of the Oklahoma State University Foundation and was inducted into the OSU Alumni Hall of Fame in 1997. In 2000 he served as vice chairman of the ownership group that brought the Texans NFL franchise to Houston and in 2001 he was inducted into the Texas Business Hall of Fame and was also named “Master Entrepreneur” by Ernst & Young.