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...

Praise From BSEE


By: Bounty Fontenot

William Cormier was recently the alternate person in charge (PIC) on a simultaneous operations (SIMOPS) job for a customer in the ST 52 field when a BSEE representative arrived to conduct testing on an outline structure. William helped throughout the entire process. When the test was complete, the BSEE representative was so impressed. When the test was complete, the BSEE representative was so impressed. Read More...

Programmed For Success


By: Eric Hood

A few months ago, the fabrication group at the Amelia Integrated Services Complex needed to figure out some angles for a miter cut on a tank cap for one of our customers. Project Coordinator Ethan Allemand took it upon himself to learn a Lofting program he was unfamiliar with to put the specs together. Read More...

Above-Par Customer Service In Sub-Freezing Weather


By: James Collins

One of our customers recently let us know how much he appreciates the lease operators that Danos provides. Specifically Joel Dales, Jorge Ureste, Jeffery Cagle, Johnny Martinez, & Gilbert Hinostroza. The recent sub-freezing weather caused every kind of production problem imaginable. Each one of these guys stepped up and put in the extra effort and hours that contributed to saving Oxy several hundreds of barrels of production. Read More...

Combining Construction Crew Change Cuts Costs


By: Matt Schexnayder

Logistics Clerk Terry Palmer was recognized by Shell for his bias to action. Terry found a way to save money and improve efficiency through his coordination of personnel. Terry's idea was to combine multiple construction crew changes during Olympus' weekly operations. This allowed the client to drop an entire flight! Due to this one change, the asset will have significant cost-savings annually. Thank you Terry for having a customer-centric mentality. Read More...

Going the Extra Mile with a Smile


By: The Pipeline

Field Service Technician Jose Ayala received a call after-hours from a fellow Danos employee who was having vehicle issues on his way to work in Markham, Texas. After his shift, Jose located the employee and was able to identify the vehicle issue. He then brought the employee to a nearby auto parts store where the correct parts were located to fix the vehicle. After the employee’s shift, Jose kept in contact with him to make sure no other issues arrived and that he made it home safe. Great job Jose! Read More...

Leadership Abroad


By: Matt Kelso

Danos recently received a letter of commendation for Production Supervisor Richard Rowland from SBM Offshore Production Superintendent Danny Van Jaarsveld. The letter stated that Richard exemplifies the Danos purpose, values, vision, and high performance culture. With people like Richard on our side, it's easy to see that we do it right! Read More...

Training Team Excels in Customer Service


By: Travis Williams

An unexpected Shell audit at Bristow heliport called for swift action by members of our training department. Training Lead Mark Simoneaux, Trainer Kelvin Billiot, and Training Clerks Lori Romero and Wanda St. Pierre not only captured the recurrent training needed for all Danos employees working at Bristow, but were able to get the training records submitted to Bristow in time for the audit. Read More...

Top-Five Driver, Three Times


By: Brandon Patterson

​Centurion Pipeline in Midland, Texas, has recognized Danos Measurement Technician Jesse Greenfield at least 3 times as a top-5 driver for all of Centurion. His safe driving has also been praised during Centurion's South Region safety meetings. Jesse’s supervisor with Centurion, Ben Watkins, said, “This is exactly what we are looking for and the type of behavior we like to recognize.” Read More...