Life Events In March


By: David Gravois

Congratulations to Scaffolding Foreman Lyndell Gross and his wife Regina on the birth of their daughter, Audrey Nicole. She was born on Feb. 20, weighing 6 pounds 9 ounces.  Mom and baby are both doing well. Welcome to the Danos family...Click here for more life events Read More...

Mark Webre Retires


By: The Pipeline

After 34 years with Danos, Estimator Mark Webre (left) officially retires on Monday, April 2. For decades, Mark has paired his extensive experience and knowledge with his meticulous and disciplined nature to build cost models and rate schedule templates for our bidding and estimating group. His years of knowledge along with his occasional fishing and hunting tips will be greatly missed. His impact on Danos over the years is best summed up by his colleague. Read More...

Promotion for Pepper


By: Melissa Adams

Congratulations to Clair Pepper on her promotion from financial analyst to financial planning supervisor. Clair started with Danos in 2015 and has been an integral component in the budgeting and forecasting process. Read More...

Dave Poe Retires


By: The Pipeline

​After 32+ years in the sales and sales management world, Dave Poe officially retires. Since 2008, Dave has led the sales team in executing the sales strategy and growth initiatives in the Permian Basin, as well as our other operating districts. With his international experience, he also served as the general manager for the Danos joint venture in Equatorial Guinea. Read More...

Odis Pope Retires


By: Matthew Pere

​After 48 years in the oil and gas industry, Odis Pope has retired. During his 15+ years with Danos, he has led the maintenance team at LOOP in Galliano to much success including an incident-free operations record of almost 16 years. Prior to Danos, Odis worked and retired from Texaco after 32 years with the company. Read More...

January Life Events


By: The Pipeline

At the end of each month, we will have a section celebrating all the special moments in our employees' lives that make life worth living. Whether it is a bringing a new life into the world or obtaining a degree, let us know so we
can share.

Melissa Adams Selected To Leadership Terrebonne


By: The Pipeline

​Melissa Adams, Corporate Controller, has been selected to participate in Leadership Terrebonne. Since 1992, Leadership Terrebonne has served as a "community leadership incubator,” providing a comprehensive, interactive program for current and future leaders to prepare for volunteer and public service. Read More...

Gas Plant Project Completed Ahead of Schedule


By: Corey Conley

On Oct. 26, Danos met with the Williams representatives in Markham, Texas regarding an unexpected internal failure of the Train II Reboiler unit. During the 51-day project, Danos provided project management support, extensive project-planning support, pipe fabrication on a very limited schedule, and a construction crew that worked tirelessly to remove and replace the failed unit. Read More...

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...

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…