Danos and Shell Host Summer Internship in Pennsylvania


By: Samantha Magee

Early this year, Shell approached Danos’ Pennsylvania team with the idea of supporting a summer internship program for high school students. Both Shell and Danos viewed this as a great opportunity to garner interest and experience in the oil and gas industry among young people. With a 48-year working relationship between Danos and Shell, partnering for the intern program seemed like a no-brainer. Read More...

Keyboard Shortcuts


By: David Gravois

Keyboard shortcuts are keys or key combinations you can press on your computer's keyboard to perform a variety of tasks. Because both of your hands can remain on the keyboard, using a shortcut to perform a task is often faster than using a mouse. Keyboard shortcuts are also universal—meaning once you learn them, you can use many of the same shortcuts in a variety of applications. Read More...

Learning and Growing


By: The Pipeline

Business Development Representative and Master Electrician Bubba Himel recently received his electrical contractor’s license for the state of Illinois, allowing Danos to perform instrumentation and electrical work in that state. The licensing process involves completing thousands of hours of verifiable on-the-job experience in electrical construction work, as well as extensive knowledge of the state’s electrical code, verified by written examination. Read More...

Tech Tip: WhatsApp


By: The Pipeline

Do you use WhatsApp? A vulnerability in the app has allowed one company to install surveillance software on both iPhones and Android phones by calling users on the app, regardless of whether they answer. To fix this issue, simply update your app.  Read More...

Do You Want to Earn Gold Points for Job Leads?


By: Melanie Toups

Field employees are on the front line and often hear about customer work that needs to be completed before anyone else. An example would be if one of the company reps mentioned needing a paint crew later in the year for some maintenance work. Job leads like that can turn into future jobs for Danos, and we want to reward those efforts. Read More...

Right Click for Google Search


By: David Gravois

Are you ever reading something online, see a term or person you're interested in, and want to learn more? To do it quickly in most browsers, right-click on the term in your browser and choose the "Search Google" option in the menu. Your browser will open a new tab and show you search results on the topic. The feature works in Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. But you won't yet find it in Microsoft Edge. Read More...

Lunch and Learn


By: The Pipeline

Are you terrified of public speaking? Does your presentation style consist of reading a PowerPoint presentation word-for-word? Do you feel like you aren't connecting with your audience while presenting? If you answered yes to any or all of the above, YOU ARE NOT ALONE! At a recent lunch and learn, External Communication Coordinator Nicole Williams gave tips and tricks to help improve presentation skills. Read More...

Tech Tip for Microsoft Word


By: David Gravois

There is an easy way to turn all caps into lowercase, lowercase into all caps and ThiS INtO A PrOperLy FoRMaTTeD sEntence. Learn how to do this by watching a 30-second tutorial. Read More...

Perfecting Your LinkedIn Profile


By: The Pipeline

LinkedIn has over 563 million users and that number grows daily. During a recent Lunch and Learn, Internal Communications Coordinator David Gravois and Media Relations Coordinator Samantha Magee shared the do's and dont's of a LinkedIn profile and provided the tools business professionals can use to start connecting with like-minded professionals. Read More...

Tech Tips: Outlook Quick Parts Tutorial


By: David Gravois

If you send repetitive emails daily in Microsoft Outlook, then this tech tip is for you. Start using quick parts in your daily routing to make those repetitive emails a breeze. Click the link below to watch a 40-second video tutorial that explains how to set this up. Read More...