Don Baldridge is the interim chief executive officer of DCP Midstream. Prior to this position, he served as President of Operations, overseeing DCP’s Permian and South business units, including Sand Hills and other related logistics, marketing, and commercial operations. In this role, Don also oversaw all trading for the company. Previously, Don was president of commercial where he led all commercial activity for gathering and processing and NGL logistics, as well as origination, business development, optimization, contract administration, gas control, and marketing and trading.
With more than 25 years of experience in the energy industry, Don began his career with DCP Midstream in 2005 as director of corporate development, managing acquisition evaluation and negotiations for multiple midstream acquisition opportunities. He has held roles of increasing responsibility, including vice president of business development, responsible for business and corporate development activities coordinated with DCP Midstream Partners.
Don has a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Virginia and an MBA from the University of Denver. Don has been a past chairman of the Texas Pipeline Association and currently serves on the executive committee.
Don and his wife, Jennifer, have a daughter and two sons and live in Houston.