Shell Stones Kickoff Meeting

16-Feb-2018

By: Nikolas Verret

On February 1, Danos hosted the first kickoff meeting for the Shell Stones Phase 1B offshore installation project. The meeting primarily discussed an overview of the facility and near-term challenges, including an extensive engineered scaffold, cable-trolley system, and manual material handling. The Danos work groups present included construction, scaffolding, and project management. Read More...

Feedback from Field Leaders

16-Feb-2018

By: The Pipeline

Last week, Danos' safety team issued a challenge to do a better job at identifying and isolating hazards pertaining to LOTO, energy isolation, cable removal, and pressure testing across the board. Our field leaders shared why safety is everyone's responsibility. Read More...

Tech Tips for Google Search

16-Feb-2018

By: David Gravois

Google Search’s learning curve is an odd one. You use it every day, but still all you know is how to search. But the search engine has plenty of tricks up its sleeve. Here’s an overview of some of the most useful Google search tricks, from basic tips to new features just recently released. Read More...

2018 Summer Intern Program

08-Feb-2018

By: Brittney St. Pierre

Human Resources Administrative Assistant Beth Dupre, Commercial Analyst Brittney St. Pierre, Talent Acquisition Lead Lee Rea, and Project Manager Supervisor Seth Guidry recently attended the LSU Career Expo to begin recruiting for Danos’ 2018 Summer Internship Program. The students were excited about our intern opportunities with many applying for the positions prior to the expo. Recruiting efforts will continue at both the Nicholls State University and University of Lafayette job fairs. Read More...

Get Involved with Your Safety

08-Feb-2018

By: Issac Dantin

In some way or another, all field employees utilize LOTO, energy isolation, cable removal, pressure testing, etc. Whether it’s electrical, trapped pressure or hydrocarbon remnants that are in a pipeline, we can all do a better job at identifying and isolating these hazards across the board. Read More...

Permian Focus

08-Feb-2018

By: Eric Danos

In late 2016 our leadership team studied the markets looking for strategic opportunities that would match well with our capabilities. The Permian rose to the top and became a core strategy the following year. Read More...

2017 Field Employee of the Year

08-Feb-2018

By: The Pipeline

Nominations for the 2017 Field Employee of the Year are now open.

Dwain “Hog” Carrell was the first recipient of the Field Employee of the Year award in 2001. He was a construction project manager and embodied our values and high-performance traits during his 15 years at Danos. After his death in 2008, the Field Employee of the Year Award was renamed in his honor. The 2017 winner will be the 17th person chosen for this award.
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Quick Upgrade to Avoid Shut-In

01-Feb-2018

By: Lucas Comeaux

Integration Manager David LeBeouf and Integrator Brock Andrepont recently went above and beyond to solve a customer’s automation challenge. Their offshore facility’s saltwater disposal system was in need of a quick upgrade in order to comply with regulations, otherwise over 3,000 barrels of oil per day would be shut-in. Read More...

Teach Your Teen Driver to Stay Out of a Truck’s ‘No Zone’

01-Feb-2018

By: The Pipeline

One of the best things parents can teach their teens is to make the interaction between their car and a semi-truck as short as possible. The number one reason for this is a truck’s blind area; being in that blind area makes the car driver, experienced or not, vulnerable. Read More...

Hank Danos Gets It

01-Feb-2018

By: Nicole Williams

The National Safety Council has recognized Hank Danos for demonstrating a personal commitment to worker safety and health. Only eight CEOs nationwide received this honor in 2018. Read More...