Solving Big Challenges For Our Communities


By: Nicole Williams

With the close of 2017, the Danos Foundation wraps up year one!  We’d like to extend an immense thank you to the Danos Foundation committee members. Collectively, the committee logged over 300 hours during 2017 while establishing the framework for the Danos Foundation. Read More...

Danos Foundation Year One


By: The Pipeline

The Danos Foundation was established to improve the communities where we live and work by mirroring the Purpose and Values of Danos. Take a look at how the Danos Foundation made a difference in year one! Read More...

Danos Works Has Its Perks


By: David Gravois

Ever heard the expression time equals money? This couldn't be truer when talking about Danos Works, the volunteer portion of the Danos Foundation. Your time spent volunteering could turn into cold-hard cash for your organization. Learn how one non-profit organization is already set to receive $480 from the Danos Foundation. Read More...

More Than Just a Clay Shoot


By: Kathleen Rodrigue

​Systems Fabrication Manager Brandon Verret and his friends enjoy attending clay shoot benefits on the weekends. At the 2016 Dreams Come True clay shoot in Maurice, Louisiana, his shooting team of four was given a participation bib with a child’s picture attached. Verret became curious about the young boy and felt compelled to reach out to him. Read More...

Meet the Danos Foundation Committee


By: Nicole Williams

The Danos Foundation is proud to present its inaugural committee members. Each member brings unique experiences and skills to the team as we work to develop a strong foundation for this new company endeavor. ​The Danos Foundation committee meets monthly and is responsible for providing oversight, structure and leadership in the fulfillment of the foundation purpose to "Honor God, develop great people to solve big challenges for our communities." Read More...

Danos Disaster Response for Hurricane Harvey


By: The Pipeline

​Many Danos team members live and work in the areas impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Our thoughts and prayers are with each and every one of them during this very difficult time. If you’ve been impacted by the storm, please reach out to your account manager, personnel coordinator, or supervisor to let us know what’s going on with you. Read More...

Danos Employees Lend a Helping Hand During Flood


By: The Pipeline

On June 29, the neighborhood in which Danos' Carencro office is located was among the many areas affected by a flash flood that netted 5 to 6 inches of rain in a very short time frame. As the water rose, police arrived to help get vehicles to a safe location. Our Danos employees noticed and decided to help out. Read More...

Bottle Caps for Paige


By: Kermit Menard

In October 2016, Zac Cary of Weatherford asked the entire Shell Olympus platform to start saving their plastic bottle caps. When asked why, his reply was that a young girl from Rayne, Louisiana has a failing liver and is waiting on a donor. Every 1,000 caps collected pays for one of her daily treatments on a dialysis machine while waiting. Without question, the Olympus community rallied behind this cause that same day. Read More...

Good Deed Remembered


By: Hank Danos

​Sometimes we are able to see the results of our acts of generosity and there are times only those who follow us may hear about them. We recently received a note about a nice gesture done by my brother, Al Danos, who served as our president and CEO for a number of years. Read More...

Living the Purpose at AISC


By: Jim LeBlanc, CSHO

When the Assumption Parish K-9 unit contacted Amelia Logistics and Maintenance Supervisor Harold Filer about a place to train their K-9 officers, he took the opportunity to solve a big challenge for our community sheriff’s department. Read More...