Danos was selected to perform the hook-up & commissioning of Chevron’s Jack St. Malo (JSM) project back in 2013. What set this project aside from all others was the enormity of JSM, $8.5B deep water, semi-submersible floating structure operating in over 7,000’ of water. In its long Gulf of Mexico history, this was Chevron’s most complex and expensive capital project ever. During the course of the project, numerous visits were made offshore by Danos leadership to support the efforts of our people and to recognize them for their outstanding contributions. The Danos JSM construction crew exceeded customer expectations by delivering a product that came in under budget and timing, in the face of many top-side additions not in the original scope of the project. This success enabled Danos to keep the crew at JSM through the JSM2 tie-back phase and will continue into the facility’s operational and maintenance phases.
Front row (left to right) - Tim Gonzales, James “Hillbilly” Pettit, Chardric Brown, Keith “Lil’ K” Rhodes, JT Matheny
Back row (left to right) – Asher “Cornbread” Griffin, Clint Landrum, Larry “Frog” Doucet, Jason Michels, Tyler Martin, Matt Prine, Terry LaFrance, Curtis Danos, Kevin Ross, John Abell, Dr. Phillip Malbrough, Kenneth Holmes, Derek Berthelot
Not pictured – Daniel Babin, Corey Beasley, Josh Bourgeois, Chase Brown, Raymond Cetotal, Corey “Snakebelly” Conley, Kevin Cope, Shown Crane, Jeffery Griffin, Brandon Kent, Travel Kerry, Damon Long, Robert McClellan, Corrie McPipe, Tony Milostan, Chase Newton, Bailey Pettit, Trey Rivet, Tremaine Smith, and Cecil Waters