59 minutes · May 30, 2019
Longview, Texas is the point of origin of what was, during World War II, the longest petroleum pipeline ever built in the world. The Big Inch, as it was known, carried over 261 million barrels of crude oil to the East Coast from 1943 to 1945, fueling the efforts to win the war. Longview is also the point of origin of Scott Hill, CFO of Intercontinental Exchange, who left the Friday Night Lights of East Texas for Austin, then global capitals like Tokyo and Paris, and now Atlanta, in a career spanning far beyond finance.
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