Shining the Safety Spotlight on Harry Ford


By: Nick LeBlanc

Danos I&E Superintendent Harry Ford, was recognized during our weekly safety call for his site leadership with assisting and managing Danos personnel and several sub-contractors in regards to W.A.T.C.H. card participation.

Harry oversees that Danos employees and sub-contractors are completing daily on-site observations, otherwise known as W.A.T.C.H. cards.

Automation Team Solves BIG Challenge


By: Brandon Barrilleaux

​Danos recently won a bid to upgrade a programmable logic controller (PLC) control system that automates oil and gas valves and pumps on an offshore transmission platform.

What does this mean? Danos' automation team stepped up and successfully designed and factory acceptance tested (FAT) a 12 processor and a 36 input/output (IO) rack control system that will be installed on the platform in the Gulf of Mexico.

Final Town Hall of 2020


By: Tara Morvant

At our final Town Hall meeting of the year, Owner Paul Danos reflected on the BIG wins and how we pulled together to overcome the challenges of 2020. He also introduced our 2021 strategic priorities, themed Determined to Dominate (D2). Read More...

Danos Scores Big in the Gulf


By: The Pipeline

​Welcome new team members!

Danos has been awarded a multi-year contract for production operations with Fieldwood Energy, LLC, a major oil and gas producer in the Gulf of Mexico. Our team successfully transitioned 107 employees to Danos over a 30-day period with zero safety or operational issues. The contract began in October, and the employee transition was completed on November 9.

Herculean Effort at BP PMF


By: Mark Doiron

​Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the staff at BP’s Preservation Maintenance Facility (PMF) in Schriever, LA, has been divided into two groups which work seven days on and seven days off. Essentially, the team is working half-staffed each week

Breaking it Down: Offshore Decommissioning


By: The Pipeline

​When it’s time to begin the process of decommissioning an offshore oil and gas platform, there are many factors to keep in mind. For example, the age and location of the structure, as well as its history and any unique features may need to be considered. And then there are always unknown potential hazards that may arise while work is underway. That is why effective preliminary planning, engineering and permitting are critical to ensuring a project is completed safely and on schedule. Though the work scopes and regulations governing decommissioning are widely known throughout the industry, each platform comes with its own specific challenges.

Construction and Fab Complete LACT Header Mods


By: Dale Bourgeois

Great job to Danos’ construction and fabrication teams for recently completing a complicated project: Shell Pipeline Lease Automatic Custody Transfer (LACT) Header Mods at Ship Shoal-332B. Read More...

Delaware Basin Project Nears Completion


By: The Pipeline

​After nearly seven months, Danos' work to install a tank battery and satellite facility in the Delaware Basin is almost complete. Danos was awarded the contract earlier this year, and the project utilized multiple service lines including coatings, construction, fabrication, instrumentation and electrical and production workforce.


Appomattox INC-Free Inspection


By: Isaac Henry

Congratulations to the Danos crew at Shell’s Appomattox platform for a recent INC-free inspection! The Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) performed the inspection with 327 components. The Danos crew works side by side with Shell personnel to ensure efficient and safe operations. Read More...

Danos Scores Big in the Permian


By: Samantha Magee

Danos was recently featured in Gas Compression Magazine. Read the full article. Read More...