Close Call


By: The Pipeline

Danos Construction Superintendent Kin Leger would like to recognize Rigger Trent Tillman, Rigger Nathaniel Valen, Scaffold Builder William Rivera and Scaffold Foreman Lyle Gray for their bias to action during an emergency situation on their platform. A gentlemen working for the galley crew had a medical issue that resulted in calling a life flight to bring him to the hospital. Read More...

Learning and Growing


By: The Pipeline

Certified Safety Professional Michael Gautreaux from Nicholls State University’s Petroleum Engineering Technology and Safety Management (PETSM) has asked Danos Production Services Safety Manager Wren Lemmon to teach a Safety and Control Systems course class under the PETSM degree curriculum at Nicholls, every other week. Read More...

One Less Success


By: Thomas Rougeau

Recently, Danos/Big Foot Marine Coordinator Mike Smith, a.k.a Mississippi Mike, and his team saved a customer roughly $160,000 over a 4-day period. Two supply boats, one carrying deck cargo and one carrying fuel, were scheduled to make deliveries to Xanadu, a floatel housing 500-600 workers supporting BigFoot TLP. Read More...

Brother's Keeper


By: Matt Kelso

On August 2, 2018, Danos Production Supervisor Richard Rowland was travelling from his home in Florida to crew change in Houma for Shell's FPSO Turritella. As he was driving, a security alert appeared on his phone alerting him that an intruder was trying to break into his home. Read More...

Ensuring Success On Mad Dog


By: Mark King

Offshore Logistics/HL Coordinator Chris Pitts has provided an incredible amount of support to ensure the ramp-up of personnel to support the Fabric Maintenance Flotel campaign BP’s Mad Dog platform goes as smoothly as possible. Here is what the customer had to say of his performance… Read More...

High Praise On Thunderhorse


By: Matt Kelso

Danos Offshore Logistics Coordinators John Knief and John Vance were recently part of a team that was highly praised by BP executives for safely delivering Npi13 for Thunder Horse. This is a new drilling performance record for BP, as it was the first well ever drilled in the first quartile safely and in compliance. John Vance and John Knief created a high-performance atmosphere and displayed operational excellence throughout the campaign. We are proud to have team members who fulfill our company values, purpose and vision daily. Read More...

Checking In With The Interns - Part Two of Two


By: Stephen Donovan

Last week marks the halfway point for the Summer Internship Program. So we checked in on the interns and this is what they had to say. Read More...

Checking In With The Interns - Part One of Two


By: Stephen Donovan

This week marks the halfway point for the Summer Internship Program. So we checked in on the interns and this is what they had to say. Read More...

Substantial Savings For Customer


By: Scott Theriot

Warehouseman ​Jason Grass recently saved Shell Perdido $250,000 by finding a specific choke within the Shell surplus inventory he manages with very little information to go on. The Shell team initially began a week-long search at the Shell Harvey terminal with no luck in finding the much-needed part. That is when they tapped into Jason's expertise for one final effort before ordering the part. Read More...

2017 Staff Employee of the Year


By: The Pipeline

Jamie Stoot-Robichaux started with Danos as a billing clerk 4 ½ years ago. As job cost lead, she played a major part in the creation, restructuring, and alignment of the job cost and accounts receivable staff to improve job cost functionality. Now, as a job cost supervisor, she plays an integral part in the implementation of AX and integration of accounting procedures. Read More...