Automation Services Is Learning and Growing

14-Sep-2018

By: The Pipeline

Automation Superintendent Kendell Jones, Electrical Tech/Foreman Brody LeBouef and Automation Superintendent John Charpetier recently passed Shell's very extensive AEP two-week training course that allows each of them to work around live circuits, live wiring, trip breakers and panels on Shell platforms. This training has allowed these employees to grow within the company and has increased their safety awareness around electrical which is both beneficial for Danos and Shell. Read More...

R U Certified? AISC Is

15-Jun-2018

By: Jack Roszelle

The Amelia Integrated Services Complex was recently audited for compliance to the ASME “U” Stamp (fabrication of new pressure vessels) and the NBBI “R” Stamp (repair and alterations of pressure vessels) by an officer from the Louisiana State Fire Marshall’s office and from our authorized inspection company, Hartford Steam Boiler. The audit was conducted over a two-week period. The results are that we maintained our certification status to fabricate new pressure vessels and repair existing pressure vessels for our clients. Read More...

Bird's-Eye View of Midkiff Project

01-Jun-2018

By: The Pipeline

Located near Midland, TX the Midkiff 38-11H is a 10,000 Barrel processing and storage facility. Danos is providing installation of all mechanical and electrical scope. There are currently 3 trains planned at this site with future expansion possible to 9 trains. This project is one of our first capital projects with Pioneer Natural Resources in the Permian Basin. Read More...

New Look For Construction

18-Apr-2018

By: Nicole Williams

The new and improved construction services website houses a complete project portfolio along with a digital brochure that underlines how Danos delivers precision installation and unrivaled project oversight in both land and offshore construction. Take a minute to roam around the new website to access its many features. Read More...

The Fantastic Four LLOG OIMs

05-Apr-2018

By: David Gravois

The offshore installation manager (OIM) is the most senior manager on an offshore platform. LLOG has entrusted Danos with all four OIM positions on their two platforms — Who Dat and Delta House. This is significant because most major oil companies employ their OIMs directly. Read More...

Setting the Bar with Stones Project

22-Mar-2018

By: The Pipeline

On Tuesday, March 6, the Shell Stones pancake deck departed from the Amelia Integrated Services Complex to begin the journey to its final destination. The AISC team logged 15,000 man hours over 5 months fabricating, painting, and automating this pancake deck. One customer representative thinks Danos is "setting the bar for leading a safe work culture." Read More...

David Decuir Promoted to Technical Solutions Manager

11-Jan-2018

By: Stacey Gisclair

Congratulations to David Decuir on being promoted to technical solutions manager to assume leadership of the Compliance Training Department. Since August 2016, David worked as production manager and will continue to develop and implement the field management business models, as well as provide technical advisement to clients regarding safe and efficient operations. Read More...

Gas Plant Project Completed Ahead of Schedule

19-Dec-2017

By: Corey Conley

On Oct. 26, Danos met with the Williams representatives in Markham, Texas regarding an unexpected internal failure of the Train II Reboiler unit. During the 51-day project, Danos provided project management support, extensive project-planning support, pipe fabrication on a very limited schedule, and a construction crew that worked tirelessly to remove and replace the failed unit. Read More...

Last-Minute Pipe Support

19-Dec-2017

By: Jay Bourgeois

Chevron’s Bigfoot TLP in Ingleside, TX is preparing for sail-away in early 2018 and realized mid-October they needed a mechanical survey of all piping systems on the platform. Danos was able to quickly respond with resources from Project Management, Construction and Production Services to assist Chevron with this critical activity. Read More...

Shell Coatings Project Completed Ahead of Schedule

06-Dec-2017

By: Renee Piper

Danos today announced that it has safely completed a painting and coating project on the Shell-operated Olympus Tension Leg Platform (TLP) located in the Gulf of Mexico ahead of schedule and nearly $1 million under budget. The Louisiana-based paint crew worked 31,000 man-hours and painted nearly 50 completed square feet per person per day, which included suspended cleaning and painting activity on the platform’s underside. Read More...