Update: 2020 Strategic Initiatives

01-Jul-2020

By: Eric Danos

We’re half-way through 2020. This is a great time to glance back at what we have accomplished through our Strategic Initiatives and look ahead at what’s next. One of the main themes for 2020 has been for us to be focused. We recognized the need to bring key initiatives through to completion without being distracted by adding too many new things. But we never envisioned how this year would create so many unexpected obstacles and distractions. Read More...

June 2020 Life Events

01-Jul-2020

By: The Pipeline

At the end of each month, we will continue to have a section celebrating all the special moments in our employees' lives that make life worth living. Whether it is a bringing a new life into the world or obtaining a degree, let us know so we can share. Read More...

Developing Great People Series: Shawn Portier

18-Jun-2020

By: The Pipeline

​Shawn Portier, a native of Bourg, Louisiana, made the most of his time in high school. Not content to just get his diploma and get out, Shawn saw an opportunity and seized it. He enrolled in a dual-education program, spending half a day in regular high school and half a day in a technical/trade school for electrical training. Read More...

33 Years at Danos for Frog

07-May-2020

By: Samantha Magee

April 2020 marked 33 years that Larry Doucet, Jr., known as “Frog,” has been working for Danos. He started his career with Danos in 1987 as a welder/fitter, and though he has had various roles along the way, including welding inspector and superintendent, he is happiest in his current and first role as a welder/fitter...Read more. Read More...

April 2020 Town Hall with Eric Danos

30-Apr-2020

By: The Pipeline

Owner Eric Danos presented the April Town Hall meeting to staff and field employees during a live broadcast on Wednesday, April 29. Read More...

Developing Great People Series: Cory LeCompte

30-Apr-2020

By: The Pipeline

When he was only 14 years old, Cory LeCompte moved from his hometown of Houma to Freeport, a suburb of Houston. Instead of attending a small public school of about 800 students, he was now enrolled in a Texas public high school with 5,000 other teenagers. He and his brothers had moved there to live with their father who worked in the oil and gas industry. He tried to adjust to the new environment, but not long after arriving, his father was laid off from his job. Read More...

Join us for a remote Town Hall with Owner Eric Danos

23-Apr-2020

By: Tara Morvant

Join us for a remote Town Hall meeting with Owner Eric Danos on Wednesday, April 29, at noon. The meeting will be conducted via Microsoft TEAMS, giving you the option to live-stream the video or call in to listen. Read More...

1012 Industry Report Magazine: Problem Solved

23-Apr-2020

By: The Pipeline

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Getting to Know You!

23-Apr-2020

By: The Pipeline

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Developing Great People Series: Mark Davis

08-Apr-2020

By: The Pipeline

Of all the aspects of oil and gas production that businesses may focus on — from reservoir quality to keeping job costs low — one area that can be overlooked or underappreciated is the value of accurate hydrocarbon measurement. In this leaner-price environment, many retiring measurement engineers aren’t being replaced. This has left a gap in in-house expertise across the oil and gas industry that many companies are seeking new ways to fill. Read More...