Rope Access Transition Demonstration


By: The Pipeline

On Tuesday, January 7, Danos presented a rope access transition demonstration for Shell representatives to view our new rope access service offering.

"Please let everyone there know how much we appreciated the efforts that went towards hosting us yesterday. The result of the demonstration was nothing short of exceptional. This was anticipated, of course, based on the caliber of your organization and what we’ve been accustomed to." - Shell Auditor

Shell Measurement Proficient Class


By: Keli Dantin

Congratulations to SCADA and Automation Project Manager Brandon Barrilleaux who recently received Shell Pipeline Company's (SPLC) Proficiency Demonstration Certificate, as part of SPLC's Measurement Tech Task Proficiency Assessment. SPLC requires any technician performing tasks to be certified proficient, so this certification allows Brandon to work on the controls and measurement systems on platforms that inject into SPLC owned pipelines. Read More...

Rope Access Crew Removes Riser Piping


By: Clay Carter

​A Rope Access Crew at Garden Banks 72 recently removed riser piping with the help of the Danos construction crew on tower. The Danos team worked closely together to cut the pipe into manageable sections to demo the piping from the platform.


Assisting with Rope Access


By: Josh Gravois

​A Danos rope access crew recently wrapped up a project in coordination with our construction group for customer Third Coast Midstream. The rope access team assisted construction in isolating the flare system on MP-260 so that they could install a new pump and spool piping to help production on the asset. Read More...

Danos Automation Provides Automatic Reporting Solution


By: David LeBeouf

Did you know that Danos offers an innovative solution for automating facility reports? This universal application can extract control system data from your facility’s industrial network and repackage the data into a variety of reports. These reports are automatically generated and delivered, so the reports are always waiting for you in your inbox. Read More...

Permian Expansion Update


By: Kevin Biringer

​The Permian Expansion 2019 initiative is ensuring we are equipped with facilities, service lines and people to capitalize on the growth in the Permian Basin. The three main projects we are focusing on are Delaware expansion, production services growth and recruiting and retention. Read More...

Scaffolding Software Increases Efficiency


By: Samantha Magee

In alignment with Danos’ 2019 Technology Solutions strategic initiative, our scaffolding team has begun to implement a new software to assist with scaffolding design. This software allows our team to input properties and dimensions, and in a matter of minutes it produces a scaffold design, along with a 2-D and 3-D model. The new software incorporates data and inventory to minimize time required, increase efficiency and store digital documentation.


Teaming Up in Alaska


By: Kim Dang

​The Danos coatings team recently wrapped up a project in Kenai, Alaska, with our vendor/partner Innovative Surface Prep (ISP). ISP has a robotic surface preparation tool that is helping to change the tank coatings and lining industry and as such, receives many request for their services. ISP does not provide labor to support the cut in portions of work that the robotics cannot reach. Read More...

Acid Plant Project


By: Keli Dantin

Danos’ I&E team recently completed the install and testing of an acid plant for a customer in Port Fourchon, Louisiana. Classified as a Class I, Division 2 area, the project consisted of ground grids; equipment grounds; electrical distribution; automatic transfer switch installation; Motor Control Center (MCC) building and switch gear; electric pumps and valve actuators; receptacles; loading arms; conduit and cable tray installations; as well as area and perimeter lighting. The team was also tasked with the development and implementation of the controls system on this project. Read More...

Shell Enchilada Kickoff Meeting


By: Kenny Haas

The beam and support replacement project aboard Shell Enchilada production platform that began April 17 will last through November and involves multiple skill sets. Welders, fitters, riggers, scaffold builders, and project managers involved with the project spent a day before the project analyzing the risks of working over water, at heights and inside PWEs, as well as, familiarizing themselves with the Shell culture aboard the platform. One Shell leaders stated that this was the best kickoff meeting he has attended. Read More...