Lee Maginniss

Lee Maginniss

Managing Director, Alvarez & Marsal

Lee Maginniss is a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal’s and is the Global Leader of the Energy Practice. He specializes in operational improvement across all energy segments, engineering/construction and industrial products. 

With 30 years of professional experience, Mr. Maginniss brings expertise developing and executing operational improvement solutions across oil & gas industry sectors. Several of his notable oil & gas clients include BHP, Chevron, Phillips 66, CVR Energy, Cameron, Chesapeake Energy, ConocoPhillips, Halliburton, Santos Energy, Schlumberger and Talen Energy. Mr. Maginniss has delivered performance improvement services across various areas:

  • Strategic plan development and execution
  • Merger integration and carve-out/stand-up planning and execution
  • Energy transition strategy and execution
  • Corporate-wide CAPEX, OPEX and SG&A planning and budgeting
  • Start-up and early-stage growth support, including enhanced budgeting and management reporting
  • Corporate and field staff productivity
  • CAPEX, OPEX and SG&A cost right-sizing
  • Asset utilization improvements
  • Facility / site consolidations

Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Maginniss was a Senior Manager in the Supply Chain Planning / Supply Chain Strategy practices at IBM Business Consulting Services (formerly PricewaterhouseCoopers), leading global supply chain and operations transformation engagements across multiple industries for over 9 years. Previously, he was a Plant Manager and Engineer at Honeywell IAC delivering petrochemical process controls and improvement solutions, focused heavily on refining operations.

Mr. Maginniss earned a bachelor's degree in industrial systems engineering from Virginia Tech, and a master's degree in industrial and management systems engineering from Arizona State University. He was awarded a Fellowship in Arizona State University's Corporate Leaders Program. Mr. Maginniss has also been a speaker at various industry conferences, including SPE, Shale Energy Technology, Women in Energy Network (WEN) the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), the Council of Logistics Management (CLM), the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE), and INFORMS.