Cajun Coral Arrives in Louisiana


By: Caleb Voisin

On July 2, the Cajun Coral for Shell Pipeline's first nature-based coastal restoration project arrived in Amelia, Louisiana. For the project, Danos is again partnering with Natrx to manage fabrication and installation. The Coral will be placed in Hell Hole Bayou along the coast of Terrebonne Parish. Read More...

Lunch and Learn: i2ms


By: The Pipeline

Join us for a Lunch & Learn on Danos’ newest service offering – intelligent integrated materials solutions (i2ms), on Wednesday, July 7, at 11:30 a.m. If you’re at headquarters, grab your lunch, and join us in the Bayou and Oaks conference rooms. If not, join virtually through Microsoft Teams.


Attending DUG Haynesville


By: Mark King

In line with our strategic priority of Taking Market Share, Justin Gonce and I attended the DUG (developing unconventional gas) Haynesville show on May 26 and 27 in Shreveport, Louisiana. We attended the Wednesday night social for networking opportunities as well as the conference on Thursday. Read More...

Danos Participates in LSU Visit to Port Fourchon


By: Tom Broom

​LSU’s College of the Coast & Environment (CC&E) has been at the forefront of coastal and environmental issues for nearly a century. CC&E balances environmental conservation with economic development to improve the conditions that impact communities in South Louisiana.

Growing Market Share


By: Justin Gonce

It is no secret that the oil and gas industry has been in a downturn, and we have all had our struggles. While clients are continuously looking for cost savings, service companies are searching for a way to survive and maintain their current book of business. In a down market, it is difficult to grow business. However, our strategic initiative to take market share is proving to be a winning strategy, as we look externally for highly-qualified personnel with strong relationships at key contracts. Read More...

Stop the Burn Has a Winner


By: John Able

​The Stop the Burn campaign began as an idea to help increase employee awareness around combustion chambers. The campaign was a huge success because employees had an opportunity to show how much they work around these pieces of equipment.
We received 15 entries through the new JTA digital portal and 18 entries through the W.A.T.C.H. card submissions.

Update your Signature in Outlook for Mobile Email


By: Corey Stein

​As part of our overall security strategy, we have transitioned to the Microsoft Outlook mobile app for accessing Danos email on Apple IOS and Android devices.
The Outlook mobile app is now the only supported mobile app to access company email on Apple IOS and Android mobile devices. The Outlook mobile app can be downloaded from the Apple and Google Play app stores.

Solving Challenges Through Education


By: Samantha Magee

​This week was National Teacher Appreciation Week. (If you haven’t thanked a teacher yet, it’s not too late!) Most of us at Danos would not be where we are today without the many teachers who have impacted our lives. Did you know that one of our very own employees is also a teacher?


Seven Common Causes of Accidents


By: Anita Fuselier

Consider this statistic: 80 out of every 100 accidents are the fault of the person involved in the incident. Unsafe acts cause four times as many accidents and injuries as unsafe conditions.

Accidents occur for many reasons. In most industries people tend to look for "things" to blame when an accident happens, because it's easier than looking for "root causes," such as those listed below. Consider the underlying accident causes described. Have you been guilty of any of these attitudes or behaviors? If so, you may not have not been injured…but next time you may not be so lucky.

The Haynesville Shale: Our Natural Gas Neighbor


By: Reed Pere

Danos continues to strategically look for opportunities where we can expand our geographical footprint and grow our number of service lines. In some cases, we don’t have to look very far. The Haynesville Shale or Haynesville Formation is a geologic formation that contains vast quantities of recoverable natural gas, and it is located right in our backyard of Northwest Louisiana, East Texas and parts of Southwest Arkansas. It is one of the top three shale gas fields in America! Its proximity to petrochemical plants and LNG and other natural gas export facilities along the Gulf Coast make it even more vital to our industry.