Bill Johnson

Bill Johnson

President of Operations

Bill Johnson is the president of operations for DCP Midstream, a Denver based Fortune 500 energy company. Bill oversees DCP’s North and Midcon Business units, including Southern Hills and other related logistics, marketing and commercial operations in these areas. He is also responsible for DCP’s engineering and reliability business functions and is currently overseeing DCP’s Environmental Health and Safety organization.

Bill joined DCP in 2011, with nearly 20 years of experience in the refining and chemical industries. Prior to his current position at DCP, Bill served as DCP’s Chief Transformation Officer responsible for DCP’s information technology, operations technology, digital solutions and the company's integrated collaboration center. He was also the vice president of technical services, responsible for regional engineering, corporate reliability, compression services, measurement and communications. Prior to joining DCP, Bill held management positions in project engineering, operations, reliability and maintenance, turnarounds, corporate engineering and plant management at multiple chemical and refining plant sites as well as at corporate headquarters for Arco Chemical, Lyondell and LyondellBasell.

Bill is a Trustee on the board of the Colorado Symphony and serves on the executive board of Von's Vision (the charitable foundation of former Denver Bronco's linebacker, Von Miller). Bill has previously served on the boards of directors for the Houston East End Chamber of Commerce, the Houston area Wendel D Ley Family YMCA, and as chairperson of the Houston Chapter of the Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals.

Bill has published multiple technical papers. He has served as facilitator, panelist and keynote speaker at national and international conferences. He continues to be an in-demand speaker, especially on the topics of change, transformation, culture and leadership.

Bill received a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Texas A&M University. Bill is also a graduate of Harvard’s Advanced Management Program.