Last-Minute Pipe Support


By: Jay Bourgeois

Chevron’s Bigfoot TLP in Ingleside, TX is preparing for sail-away in early 2018 and realized mid-October they needed a mechanical survey of all piping systems on the platform. Danos was able to quickly respond with resources from Project Management, Construction and Production Services to assist Chevron with this critical activity. Read More...

4WARD: Efficient Execution


By: James Callahan

Danos is known for providing the most responsive, integrated end-to-end services maintaining the highest quality, safety and efficiency. Still, an ever-increasing client demand for lower pricing keeps us pushing for ways to further streamline our operations. This requires a bigger-picture systemic approach. Read More...

2017 Staff Employee of the Year


By: The Pipeline

The process to select our 2017 Staff Employee of the Year will soon begin. For those of you who are new to the company, you should know that one staff person each year is selected as the Staff Employee of the Year. The 2017 winner will be the 24th person chosen for this award. Read More...

New Role for James Callahan


By: Renee Piper

David Cedro has joined the Danos executive team as vice president of finance and administration, with responsibility for overseeing the company’s domestic and international administration, finance and accounting activities. James Callahan, who previously held the senior finance position, moves into a new role as vice president of project services. Read More...

Ricky Britt Retires


By: The Pipeline

After 41 years serving the oil and gas industry, Ricky Britt will officially retire on Friday, December 15.

Prior to joining Danos, Ricky completed a 35-year career with Chevron, retiring as the greater Gulf of Mexico technical services manager. Since joining Danos in 2011 as the Chevron executive account manager, Ricky has ensured Danos is best positioned for being successful in winning new projects and collaborating with appropriate leaders.

His impact on Danos is best told through the words of his colleagues…

4WARD: Permian Pursuit


By: Eric Danos

As we begin look forward to 2018, the Permian remains one of our core focus areas. The Danos team working on the Permian strategy is aligned on four key initiatives that will be important to our success on this strategy. Read More...

International Customer Compliments Fabrication


By: Danny Johns

Danos International Sales Representative Danny Johns recently followed up with the Mobil Equatorial Guinea Inc. (MEGI) representative in charge of the installation of the water injection system Danos’ Amelia Integrated Services Complex recently fabricated and delivered. A while back, this MEGI representative said he would reserve judgment of our fabrication work until the installation was underway. Read More...

4WARD: Fabrication Focus


By: Mark Danos

Over the past several months, we have noted instances where our Fabrication Focus strategy has driven improvements and operational successes. As we approach the end of the year, one clear indicator of success relates back to past financial performance. To continue to be relevant, we must be competitive and profitable. Read More...

Shell Coatings Project Completed Ahead of Schedule


By: Renee Piper

Danos today announced that it has safely completed a painting and coating project on the Shell-operated Olympus Tension Leg Platform (TLP) located in the Gulf of Mexico ahead of schedule and nearly $1 million under budget. The Louisiana-based paint crew worked 31,000 man-hours and painted nearly 50 completed square feet per person per day, which included suspended cleaning and painting activity on the platform’s underside. Read More...

Top-Five Driver, Three Times


By: Brandon Patterson

​Centurion Pipeline in Midland, Texas, has recognized Danos Measurement Technician Jesse Greenfield at least 3 times as a top-5 driver for all of Centurion. His safe driving has also been praised during Centurion's South Region safety meetings. Jesse’s supervisor with Centurion, Ben Watkins, said, “This is exactly what we are looking for and the type of behavior we like to recognize.” Read More...