Dine to Donate

03-Jun-2021

By: The Danos Foundation

Help to support the Danos Foundation by dining with Texas Roadhouse. You can enjoy a delicious meal with your friends and family while a portion of your payment goes to the Foundation. On Thursday, June 10, dine in or takeout at a Texas Roadhouse location in Houma, Lafayette or Katy, Texas. Read More...

2021 Hydration Challenge Deadline

26-May-2021

By: The Pipeline

​Danos' 30-day hydration challenge is coming to a close. The deadline to log your water intake and submit your hydration selfies is Tuesday, June 1!

Remember, Danos is holding a 30-day hydration challenge, with the winner receiving an RTIC ice chest and two RTIC tumblers! The challenge began on Monday, May 3 and will end on Tuesday, June 1.
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Pipeline Locators Live Danos Values

26-May-2021

By: Rene Vidrine

The role of a pipeline locator, also known as a one call tech, is not one that receives a lot of attention. They are not responsible for maintaining production, and most of the time they do not get a lot of positive feedback, especially when there is an incident. The main role of a pipeline locator is to locate and mark any lines prior to digging and to communicate back to operations that a one call has been made, and it is safe to dig.
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Danos Participates in LSU Visit to Port Fourchon

26-May-2021

By: Tom Broom

​LSU’s College of the Coast & Environment (CC&E) has been at the forefront of coastal and environmental issues for nearly a century. CC&E balances environmental conservation with economic development to improve the conditions that impact communities in South Louisiana.
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May 2021 Life Events

26-May-2021

By: The Pipeline

​Notable Notary: Congratulations to Contracts Administrator Khanh Labat for becoming a registered Notary. She studied for two months to pass the Notary test, and she can now notarize items for Danos. Read More...

Rydel Frederick Generates Confidence

26-May-2021

By: Bart Bergeron

While Power Generation/Electrical Service Tech Rydel Frederick was on location troubleshooting ignition issues on a gas generator package, he noticed that the pillar block bearing assembly was starting to fail. He immediately brought this to the attention of the person in charge, who notified the field foreman and production superintendent. The team took the unit out of service, ordered replacement parts and made repairs immediately to return the unit back to service. Read More...

Key Connections

26-May-2021

By: Stacey Gisclair

​At this time last year, all lives were changed during the “challenging and unprecedented times.” These words were repeated daily in news reports throughout 2020 with what seemed to be no end in sight. What a difference a year makes! As the country begins to slowly emerge from the countless restrictions of the pandemic, we are especially looking forward to reconnecting with so many of you that we have not been able to see face to face. A welcome challenge or problem now becomes, do we greet one another with a big smile, a brief fist bump or a full grip handshake? You know the saying, “This is a good problem to have.” Read More...

Free Swimming Lessons

20-May-2021

By: Sonny Orgeron

Starr Ordoyne with Quality Cellular Consulting has been a Danos mobile partner for the past ten years and is living Danos’ values, particularly when it comes to safety. After seeing last week’s Pipeline article about water safety, Starr shared the below message in order to increase awareness of water safety and help saves lives. Read More...

Kudos for Linda

20-May-2021

By: Rene Vidrine

​BPX Facilities Advisor Anthony Krupinski shared the below praise and appreciation for Administrative Assistant Linda Goudeau.

“I just got off a call in which two people shared compliments for Linda with the entire group.
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The Heat Exchange Whisperer

20-May-2021

By: Matt Schexnayder

​Deepwater Operator Walter Bichon recently received praise from URSA platform leadership for taking extra care in his daily routines.
While Walter was making rounds through the compressors and glycol systems, he noticed that the temperature on the glycol heat exchanger was about 30 degrees lower than normal.
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