October 2020 Town Hall

07-Oct-2020

By: The Pipeline

​Join us for a virtual Town Hall meeting with Owner Paul Danos on Wednesday, October 14, at noon. The meeting will be conducted via Microsoft TEAMS, giving you the option to live-stream the video or call in to listen. If you have any questions for Paul, please submit them no later than Tuesday, October 13, at noon.
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Powering Up After Hurricane Laura

07-Oct-2020

By: Bart Bergeron

One week prior to Hurricane Laura making landfall, all 10 of Danos’ senior power generation technicians were ready to go out to customer locations. Once Hurricane Laura’s path was set to head into the Gulf of Mexico, Enven’s maintenance foreman keyed up three of our techs to go offshore post storm to get three of their key platforms back up and running. Danos’ techs were tasked with drying out and megger testing the generators to ensure they were safe to bring back online. Read More...

Danos Knocks Hurricane Evacuations Out of the Park

01-Oct-2020

By: Brady Hebert

​Each time there is a storm in the Gulf of Mexico, we face a big challenge in evacuating personnel from offshore platforms. With potentially 100 or more employees being sent onshore to various crew change locations, and with a hurricane coming in hot pursuit, keeping track of who goes where and when proves to be difficult. Read More...

Construction and Fab Complete LACT Header Mods

01-Oct-2020

By: Dale Bourgeois

Great job to Danos’ construction and fabrication teams for recently completing a complicated project: Shell Pipeline Lease Automatic Custody Transfer (LACT) Header Mods at Ship Shoal-332B. Read More...

Delaware Basin Project Nears Completion

01-Oct-2020

By: The Pipeline

​After nearly seven months, Danos' work to install a tank battery and satellite facility in the Delaware Basin is almost complete. Danos was awarded the contract earlier this year, and the project utilized multiple service lines including coatings, construction, fabrication, instrumentation and electrical and production workforce.

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Heroic Efforts on Salsa

01-Oct-2020

By: Tom Broom

Several Danos employees on Shell’s Salsa platform recently participated in the heroic rescue of a man experiencing a medical emergency on the Odyssea Phoenix supply vessel. On the afternoon of September 14, the Salsa platform received a radio call from a nearby vessel, the Odyssea Phoenix, that had a person onboard who needed to be medevac’d in by helicopter due to a medical issue. Read More...

A Good Ride

01-Oct-2020

By: Samantha Magee

After 41 years in the oil and gas industry, Kermit Menard is officially retired. He got his start in 1979 working as a contract field welder for Amoco at Ship Shoal 219A. The Crowley, Louisiana, native made his way to Danos in 2002 and has since worked for Shell at Auger, Ursa, Perdido and Olympus, filling in at Brutus and Mars B. He completed his third assignment at Ursa, his final assignment, on September 28.

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Danos Energizing Women in Industry

24-Sep-2020

By: Jessica Stegall

Earlier this month, Danos participated in the twelfth annual Energize Your Destiny career and education forum, virtually facilitated by Shell and five Louisiana community and technical colleges. The free event, attended by more than 300 high school and college students, is designed to educate, empower and encourage women to explore and learn about career and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education opportunities in the oil and gas production, petrochemical and refining industries. Read More...

Natrx Naming Contest Winner

24-Sep-2020

By: The Pipeline

​Several weeks ago, we announced a contest to name the infrastructure, produced by Natrx, that Danos’ construction crew installed into the Golden Meadow marsh for coastal restoration. And the winner is Read More...

Kim Dang Demonstrates Bias to Action

24-Sep-2020

By: Issac Dantin

Recently, Coatings Project Manager Kim Dang demonstrated safety leadership that is true to Danos’ high-performance culture trait Bias to Action and our value of Safety!
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