Beginning in 1959, with a single well, the company's astounding growth attributed to its founder, Blake Carrington. Denver-Carrington operates hundreds of productive wells, primarily in the American Southwest, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia. Expanding interests include refineries, tankers, and reclamation, including an exclusive pioneering oi-shale extraction process.
Though the corporation has offices around the world, Chairman of the Board and Chief Operating Officer Carrington kept his board the exclusive province of Eastern-educated white, Anglo-Saxon Protestants.
Industry analysts have long looked to Denver-Carringon when predicting the future of the oil industry. With diversing holdings and financial interests in the hundreds of millions, Denver-Carrington qualifies as an empire. Its no accident that the New York office is just three blocks from Wall Street.
- Blake Carrington (Founder; Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board)
- Krystle Carrington (Head of Public Relations; Former Secretary to Blake Carrington)
- Jeff Colby
- Adam Carrington (Vice-President; Member of the Board of Directors; Executive)
- Steven Carrington (Member of the Board of Directors)
- Dana Waring Carrington (Executive Assistant to Blake Carrington)
- Christine (Secretary to Blake Carrington)
- Dex Dexter (Member of the Board of Directors)
- Dominique Deveraux (40% Stockholder and Member of the Board of Directors)
- Andrew Laird (Chief Legal Counsel)
- Sam Dexter (Member of the Board of Directors)
- Martin Gaines (Member of the Board of Directors)
- Matthew Blaisdel (Geologist)