Texas Pipeline Group Keeps DCP Exec as Chair



Texas Pipeline Group Keeps DCP Exec as Chair
DCP Midstream President Don Baldridge has been reelected chairman of the Texas Pipeline Association, the trade group reported Monday.

DCP Midstream President Don Baldridge has been reelected chairman of the Texas Pipeline Association (TPA), the trade group reported Monday.

“For the past year, Don has been an invaluable asset to the Texas Pipeline Association and its member companies,” TPA President Thure Cannon commented in a written statement emailed to Rigzone. “We are very pleased that he will serve another year as chairman. I look forward to working with him again on the issues that face our industry leading to the next legislative session.”

According to TPA, Baldridge’s energy industry experience spans more than 20 years in commercial, trading and business development capacities. In his current role at DCP, he oversees operations and commercial activity for gathering and processing and natural gas liquids logistics within the company’s Permian and South business units as well as other functions, the organization stated. He has been with DCP since 2005 and holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Virginia and an MBA from the University of Denver, the group added.

“Through collaboration and proactive advocacy, TPA has played a critical role in representing the Texas pipeline industry, and I look forward to working with our members to continue our positive momentum through 2020,” remarked Baldridge.

TPA, which bills itself as the largest state trade association in the U.S. that solely represents intrastate pipeline network interests, noted that it formally announced Baldridge’s reelection last Friday at its annual meeting in Houston.

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