2019 safety focushouma: july 22 and 29midland: dates tba

Putting Customers First


By: Keli Dantin

Business Development Representative Allison Ward was recently a critical piece in helping a new customer get a MSA completed in a timely fashion and ensuring the customer received everything needed for their operation, including additional personnel. Read More...

Simple Callout Turns Into Substantial Revenue


By: Paul Pellegrin

In November of 2018, Danos Electrician Hunter Dagenhardt was called out to the Enterprise T-Bone facility to assist with some small commissioning and punch-list tasks. The customer was so impressed with Hunter’s outstanding work ethic, that they have kept him on board to work on various other projects over the last four months, generating over $150,000 in revenue. Read More...

Customer Service


By: Eugene Rodrigue

Danielle Neil has recently taken on the roll of operations rover at the BP PMF in Schriever, Louisiana. One of her first assigned tasks outside of her normal PMF duties was to assist with an inventory review for BP's Atlantis platform. Read More...

Learning and Growing


By: The Pipeline

This section highlights employees who continue to grow their knowledge base to improve themselves and help Danos meet the expectations of our customers. If you have an employee development achievement to share, please send a brief write-up of your accomplishment to whatsup@danos.com. Read More...

Stop Work Authority Challenge and Debate


By: Matt Kelso

Pat Gipson, FPSO Turritella mechanic technician, was working with a crew to change out a hydraulic accumulator on an operating pressure system. Once the accumulator was installed and the crew filled it with nitrogen to the correct pounds per square inch (approx. 3000 PSI), the crew noticed a leak on one of the oil-side fittings of the accumulator. Pat used stop work authority and explained that. Read More...

Protecting Danos Assets


By: Mark Theriot

Mike Allen, Marcellus production specialist, received a notification in the mail January 4, 2019, from the Township of Neville in Pennsylvania stating that there was a fine pending on a company vehicle belonging to Danos. This fine was originally issued two months prior in October 2018. The employee who received the fine is no longer employed with Danos, so Mike. Read More...

Sunday Service with a Smile


By: Josh Gravois

On a recent Sunday afternoon, a customer requested that 15 personnel be mobilized within 48 hours for a project. Personnel Coordinator Therese Platte and Training Coordinator Wanda St. Pierre put forth a tremendous effort to get all personnel approved in ISN, a compliance program used by general contractors and sub-contractors, and mobilized within the 48 hour time-frame. Thank you, Wanda and Therese, for your passion for winning. Read More...

Customer Compliments


By: Matt Kelso

At a recent luncheon, Shell Materials Management Lead Mike Bethel thanked our Danos Materials Management team members working at Shell’s Morgan City and Harvey terminals for a job well done during 2018. He has been impressed by our safety culture and how our team excels on a daily basis, even when faced with adversity. Read More...

Nearby Vessel Taking On Water


By: Seth Duhon

Recently, Production Operator Greg Johnston, Jr. heard a “Mayday” call come across the radio at 2 a.m. from a jack-up boat that was in the area servicing a different platform. The boat was experiencing a sudden leg malfunction, causing it to take on water...Read more Read More...

Coatings Crew Cleaning Impresses Customer


By: Clay Carter

During a recent weather rain out, the Danos paint crew at EI-388K took it upon themselves to clean the entire living quarters giving the bedrooms, bathrooms, and common areas a deep cleaning. The platform operators were impressed to have a project crew onboard that treated the facility with such care. A great example of going the extra mile and providing top-notch customer service. Read More...