Cajun Coral Arrives in Louisiana

22-Jul-2021

By: Caleb Voisin

On July 2, the Cajun Coral for Shell Pipeline's first nature-based coastal restoration project arrived in Amelia, Louisiana. For the project, Danos is again partnering with Natrx to manage fabrication and installation. The Coral will be placed in Hell Hole Bayou along the coast of Terrebonne Parish. Read More...

Danos Shows Appreciation for Arena

22-Jul-2021

By: Bounty Fontenot

Before the July 4th holiday, Danos hosted a customer appreciation lunch for Arena. 10 Danos representatives from seven service lines attended, along with approximately 30 Arena personnel, from office staff to field support.

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Fran Loves Danos and Wins Employee of the Year

15-Jul-2021

By: Samantha Magee

At a celebratory gathering full of former employees of the year, Owner Mark Danos announced Case Manager Frances Kosak as the 2020 Danos Employee of the Year on June 22, 2021.

2020 was a challenging year from many aspects, but no one was better equipped or more well-suited to help Danos navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Coworkers described her as a “North Star” and a “guiding light during dark times.” Frances’s “light” was formed by years of experience.
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Help Us Fill Open Positions

15-Jul-2021

By: Jessica Stegall

Did you know that 84% of businesses say that their quality hires come from employee referrals? Help us spread the word about available Danos career opportunities! We're currently looking to fill 160 positions. Read More...

Work Safe Oath Element Spotlight: Confined Space

15-Jul-2021

By: Tito Lujan

What is a confined space? A confined space is any enclosed or partially enclosed space with restricted entry or exit that is not designed or intended for continuous human occupancy. The word ‘confined’ may suggest ‘small’, but not all confined spaces are. Some examples of confined spaces include tanks, access shafts, utility vaults, sewers, pipes, truck or rail tank cars, boilers, manholes, silos, and storage bins. Ditches and trenches may also be a confined space when access or egress is limited. Some of the defining features of a confined space include:

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kEy Recognitions

14-Jul-2021

By: Stacey Gisclair

Since Danos’ inception in 1947, there are numerous stories that can be recalled about the ways in which employees have been kEy to the company’s success. If you have been with Danos for a while, you will remember the many ways in which the people were an important part of defining the history of Danos. Deeply embedded in these stories are the employee experiences that develop the types of legacies each of us can leave which in turn create so many opportunities for well-deserved recognitions. Read More...

Join the Webinar: How to Update Your Personal Profile in Danos' New HR System

14-Jul-2021

By: The Pipeline

To prepare for Danos’ new human resource system going live on Thursday, July 22, please join us for a webinar on Oracle HCM, Danos’ new human resource system. During the webinar you will learn how to make changes to your employee profile, including personal address, marital status and direct deposit information, as well as apply for job opportunities, view employment history and more! Read More...

Danos Wrenches It Forward

14-Jul-2021

By: Samantha Magee

Last month, Danos was able to present a former company truck to 21-year-old Coy Baird, a remarkable young man from Quitaque, Texas. Coy, who always dreamed of becoming a professional team roper and cowboy, was paralyzed from the waist down in a car accident in 2017. The donation was facilitated by Danos General Manager of Permian Projects Juan Torres.

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Welcome Scott Smith

08-Jul-2021

By: Samantha Magee

Senior Account Manager Scott Smith began his oil and gas career when he started working for Danos in 1998. The company was just getting started with its then new concept of hiring individuals to serve as account managers. He worked with Danos for five years on the BP contract before hiring on with Baker Energy, who was then bought by Wood. Throughout his career Scott was involved in staffing six deep water platforms and managing numerous other deep water facilities. Read More...

Willie Wows the Customer

08-Jul-2021

By: Justin Yates

Offshore installation managers at BP Argos recently sent a letter praising Crane Operator Willie Comeaux for utilizing his Stop Work Authority on two separate occasions. The letter stated:
“BP MadDog2 is pleased to inform you that Willie Comeaux’s individual efforts are recognized for stopping the job on two separate occasions due to malfunctioning equipment.
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