Volunteer from Your Couch!

18-Nov-2020

By: Kathryne Lapeyrouse

As the world is changing and adapting to our new reality surrounding COVID-19, volunteer opportunities are evolving as well. There are many organizations going virtual. Just as you can shop for groceries without ever leaving your house, you can volunteer online now too. I have complied a list of some organizations that are seeking out volunteers to help their causes digitally. Read More...

Road Rage and Aggressive Driving

22-Oct-2020

By: Kent Bourg

With the COVID-19 pandemic, loss of jobs and cut wages, stress and aggravation seem to be increased. Agitation can transfer over to one of the most dangerous aspects of our lives – driving. Imagine you are running late for an appointment and hit a traffic jam. Or maybe someone cuts you off. How do we respond? Driving, itself, can be stressful, but feeling angry when behind the wheel could lead to aggressive driving, distracted driving or even an accident. Read More...

Herculean Effort at BP PMF

15-Oct-2020

By: Mark Doiron

​Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the staff at BP’s Preservation Maintenance Facility (PMF) in Schriever, LA, has been divided into two groups which work seven days on and seven days off. Essentially, the team is working half-staffed each week
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Energy Workers Sacrifice Amid COVID-19

10-Sep-2020

By: Samantha Magee

COVID-19 has brought about significant changes to our daily lives, and everyone is doing their best to figure out life in this “new normal.” In particular, the challenges and sacrifices made by the likes of healthcare workers, teachers and service-industry personnel are frequently discussed in the media and on social networking sites. At Danos, we’d like to shed a light on another group who is sacrificing more than ever: America’s offshore energy workers. Read More...

A Valuable Employee in Terry Palmer

30-Jul-2020

By: Matt Schexnayder

Terry Palmer, Danos logistics coordinator on Shell’s Olympus platform, was praised by the offshore installation manager (OIM) for an outstanding performance on his recent hitch. Read More...

Energy Systems Keeps Their Guard Up

23-Jul-2020

By: Bart Bergeron

​Danos energy systems teams are keeping their guard up during the COVID-19 pandemic. With the increased COVID-19 cases across the state, energy systems managers are rallying the troops to stay vigilant in their approach to these restrictions. Read More...

A Safety Moment with John Able

23-Jul-2020

By: John Able

Take a minute to watch a video message from Shale Safety Manager John Able.

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BP praises Danos Team Response

16-Jul-2020

By: Matt Kelso

Danos team members including Mary Perez, CJ Warren, Jeremiah Jones and David Ellison, have been praised by customer BP, as they are at the forefront of BP’s incident management team response. The team has been proactive to ensure all employees who travel offshore for BP are taken care of while in quarantine and tested in a safe, professional and caring environment. Two separate representatives from BP recognized this team. Read More...

The Secret Sauce

25-Jun-2020

By: Nicole Williams

When Paul Danos interviewed me 11 years ago, he told me the company had three main goals: Honor God, make money and have fun. In the business world, those are words one rarely comes across, but my personal values, work ethic and Danos’ were a perfect match. At that moment, I knew I was on board. Read More...

Keep Your Guard Up - Danos Against COVID-19

18-Jun-2020

By: Issac Dantin

Many of you can probably remember when you were younger lacing up those boxing gloves for the first time. Your dad or older brother gave you the basics on how to throw a jab. They taught you what a cross was and how to properly execute the famous uppercut. As you danced around a makeshift ring in your backyard, or climbed on a mattress to box with your cousins or siblings, you were reminded of that golden rule - keep your guard up! As soon as you lowered your guard, you could bet a glove was soon to make direct contact with your face. While that does bring back good memories, it ties in very well to where we are in terms of this world pandemic. We need to keep our guard up! Read More...