Employee Spotlight


By: The Pipeline

Danos Field Foreman Carl Naquin was recently featured in a National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) article series, Voices from the Gulf, that gives men and women of the offshore industry a platform to share their American energy experience. Read More...

The Story Of The Black-Bellied Whistling-Duck


By: Jay York

A few months ago, Danos Facility and Asset Manager Jay York reached out to Paul Link, North American waterfowl management plan coordinator for the Louisiana department of wildlife & fisheries, to inquire about tagging the Black-bellied Whistling-Ducks located at our corporate headquarters to find out where they migrate. Read More...

Petrowiki Has You Covered


By: Nicole Williams

PetroWiki was created from the seven volume Petroleum Engineering Handbook (PEH) published by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE). Content in PetroWiki is moderated by at least two members with subject matter expertise, so you can rest assured that the information found in PetroWiki is technically accurate. Read More...

iPhone Safety Feature


By: David Gravois

Wherever you are in the world, there is likely access to some sort of emergency service for police, medical, or fire help. Different locations have different call numbers for emergency services. Instead of having to know the local emergency service number, or waiting to be redirected from the number you've just called (like 911), you can be directly connected to the emergency number wherever you are using a shortcut on your iPhone. Read More...

Lucas Comeaux's Work Ethic Started at 13-Years Old


By: David Gravois

On February 20, Lucas Comeaux, general manager of control systems celebrated 23 years with the automation group. The strong work ethic that got him where he is today started on a farm when he was just 13-years old. Lucas and his brother spent long days pushing a small aluminum boat through flooded rice fields checking crawfish traps for $2.50 an hour, which was nice spending cash for a boy with no bills. Read More...



By: The Pipeline

Scholarships aren't just for whiz kids. They're not just for athletic prodigies. And they're also not just for the lucky few. The truth is: there are scholarships out there for everyone. Here are a few available specifically in the South Louisiana Bayou Region. Read More...

Tech Tips for Google Search


By: David Gravois

Google Search’s learning curve is an odd one. You use it every day, but still all you know is how to search. But the search engine has plenty of tricks up its sleeve. Here’s an overview of some of the most useful Google search tricks, from basic tips to new features just recently released. Read More...

A Simple Way to Remove the Background of an Image


By: David Gravois

Removing the background of an image within a presentation or document can make a big difference when it comes to aesthetics. This week’s tech tip will teach you how to remove the background of an image in a few clicks within Microsoft PowerPoint and Word. You will also learn how to use the different layout options within Microsoft Word, so you can choose how your image interacts with the text surrounding it. Read More...

The Pipeline Continues to Grow


By: David Gravois

A little over two years ago, this e-newsletter was created as a way to inform and engage our employees. Today, it has grown into a dynamic tool that has been viewed by readers in 54 countries, engages new and existing customers through social media shares, and continues to be an important tool in increasing Danos' reach and brand awareness. Read More...

Microsoft Outlook Out of Office


By: David Gravois

Here's a scenario. A co-worker sends an "out of the office" calendar invite that you accept. You find out later that that invitation you accepted shows that you are out of the office as well. Frustrating right? There is a simple way to invite attendees to an out of the office event without blocking out time on their calendars Read More...