Permian Team Innovates to Hydrate

20-May-2021

By: Juan Torres

Recently, SOLV solar requested Danos' help with an emergency repair in Tucson, Arizona. We were able to mobilize three employees from the Permian to Arizona on short notice.

The trucks did not have an ice chest on board, and all the gas stations in the area were sold out of small coolers.
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Fabrication Marks 12 Years IFO

20-May-2021

By: Samantha Magee

​Last Friday, May 14, Danos’ fabrication services team gathered to celebrate their record of working 12 years with incident-free operations! In 2020, the 32-person team worked 98,000 hours, bringing their record total hours worked to 1.665 million man-hours without a recordable incident, as classified by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
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Growing Market Share

20-May-2021

By: Justin Gonce

It is no secret that the oil and gas industry has been in a downturn, and we have all had our struggles. While clients are continuously looking for cost savings, service companies are searching for a way to survive and maintain their current book of business. In a down market, it is difficult to grow business. However, our strategic initiative to take market share is proving to be a winning strategy, as we look externally for highly-qualified personnel with strong relationships at key contracts. Read More...

A Good Neighbor in David Davis

13-May-2021

By: Shawn Wheeler

​Senior Lease Operator David Davis recently shared a safety moment on Danos’ weekly safety call. David shared his report, which demonstrated his commitment to safety as well as being a good neighbor.
David said, "Many of our well pads are in residential areas right outside of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, so there are a lot of houses around. Lately we have had issues with people not following our bonded route.
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May is Water Safety Month

13-May-2021

By: Samantha Magee

With temperatures rising and the school year ending, we can all expect to spend an increased amount of time near the water in the days ahead. Since May is National Water Safety Month, we should all familiarize ourselves with the risks associated with water. Together, we can increase awareness and prevent tragic incidents.

According to the Red Cross, drowning is a leading cause of death for children in the United States.
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Video Message from Paul Danos: Work Safe Oath

13-May-2021

By: The Pipeline

​Please take a moment to watch this short video from CEO Paul Danos regarding Danos’ improved Work Safe Oath. We need your participation for improvement. If you have any questions or comments, please send them to safety@danos.com Read More...

Stop the Burn Has a Winner

13-May-2021

By: John Able

​The Stop the Burn campaign began as an idea to help increase employee awareness around combustion chambers. The campaign was a huge success because employees had an opportunity to show how much they work around these pieces of equipment.
We received 15 entries through the new JTA digital portal and 18 entries through the W.A.T.C.H. card submissions.
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"Small Ball" Catches On

13-May-2021

By: James Callahan

A few weeks ago, we discussed how we were winning at Small Ball in project services. I mention three examples below. But possibly the biggest win is that everyone seems to be connecting with the term “Small Ball,” and everyone seems to be using it routinely in how we communicate.

One of the most difficult things about strategy is getting the entire organization to focus on ways that everyone can help. The term Small Ball has helped us transcend this.
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Getting to Know the Finalists: 2020 Dwain “Hog” Carrell Field Employee of the Year

11-May-2021

By: Tish Hebert

Every year, Danos recognizes one field employee who lives our values and exhibits the Danos high performance culture traits by honoring them with the Dwain "Hog" Carrell Field Employee of the Year award. Today, we celebrate the 2020 finalists by learning more about all the great things they are doing at Danos. Read More...

​The Ties That Bind

07-May-2021

By: David Cedro

What does Culture mean to you? When you say you value the Culture at your work, your place of worship or your local gym, can you explain exactly what it is you like? Do you think different people might describe Culture differently? If you are thinking Culture is something that’s hard to put a finger on, I certainly agree – I might say “I know it when I see it.” Read More...