Danos Shows Appreciation for Arena

22-Jul-2021

By: Bounty Fontenot

Before the July 4th holiday, Danos hosted a customer appreciation lunch for Arena. 10 Danos representatives from seven service lines attended, along with approximately 30 Arena personnel, from office staff to field support.

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Danos Wrenches It Forward

14-Jul-2021

By: Samantha Magee

Last month, Danos was able to present a former company truck to 21-year-old Coy Baird, a remarkable young man from Quitaque, Texas. Coy, who always dreamed of becoming a professional team roper and cowboy, was paralyzed from the waist down in a car accident in 2017. The donation was facilitated by Danos General Manager of Permian Projects Juan Torres.

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Getting Out and Giving Back

01-Jul-2021

By: The Pipeline

With Covid-19 event restrictions being lifted, Danos team members have been able to get back out into the community and give back by supporting two recent events: Sky High for Kids and the Permian Basin Petroleum Association Sporting Clay Shoot and Oil Patch Pit King Challenge.
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Carrol Hebert Wins 2021 Hydration Challenge

24-Jun-2021

By: The Pipeline

​Congratulations to Danos Deepwater Operator Carrol Hebert for winning the 2021 Hydration Challenge! As the winner, Carrol received an RTIC ice chest and two RTIC tumblers.

In May, Danos held a 30-day hydration challenge to encourage everyone to stay hydrated during the hot, summer days. Employees had two ways to enter:
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Mary Perez Named 2020 Dwain “Hog” Carrell Field Employee of the Year

17-Jun-2021

By: Samantha Magee

​On Monday, June 7, Paul Danos announced Mary Perez as the 2020 Dwain “Hog” Carrell Field Employee of the Year during a dinner disguised as a “Meet and Greet” with the Danos leadership team. Danos leaders traveled from headquarters to join Danos employees and BP leadership for the celebratory dinner at The Fisherman’s Daughter near Ingleside, Texas.
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Face-to-Face

03-Jun-2021

By: Mark King

Face-to-Face Interaction (F2F) is defined as the social interaction carried out without any mediating technology. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, our ability to engage F2F with our coworkers and customer base has been drastically compromised over the last year. Technology helped us stay connected during one of the most challenging years in recent history. Microsoft Teams, email, text and phone calls at one point were our sole means of communication. We should continue to take advantage of those communication platforms, but as we start to rebound towards normalcy, I’d like to outline three simple benefits of F2F interaction. Read More...

Dine to Donate

03-Jun-2021

By: The Danos Foundation

Help to support the Danos Foundation by dining with Texas Roadhouse. You can enjoy a delicious meal with your friends and family while a portion of your payment goes to the Foundation. On Thursday, June 10, dine in or takeout at a Texas Roadhouse location in Houma, Lafayette or Katy, Texas. Read More...

May 2021 Life Events

26-May-2021

By: The Pipeline

​Notable Notary: Congratulations to Contracts Administrator Khanh Labat for becoming a registered Notary. She studied for two months to pass the Notary test, and she can now notarize items for Danos. Read More...

Key Connections

26-May-2021

By: Stacey Gisclair

​At this time last year, all lives were changed during the “challenging and unprecedented times.” These words were repeated daily in news reports throughout 2020 with what seemed to be no end in sight. What a difference a year makes! As the country begins to slowly emerge from the countless restrictions of the pandemic, we are especially looking forward to reconnecting with so many of you that we have not been able to see face to face. A welcome challenge or problem now becomes, do we greet one another with a big smile, a brief fist bump or a full grip handshake? You know the saying, “This is a good problem to have.” Read More...

"Small Ball" Catches On

13-May-2021

By: James Callahan

A few weeks ago, we discussed how we were winning at Small Ball in project services. I mention three examples below. But possibly the biggest win is that everyone seems to be connecting with the term “Small Ball,” and everyone seems to be using it routinely in how we communicate.

One of the most difficult things about strategy is getting the entire organization to focus on ways that everyone can help. The term Small Ball has helped us transcend this.
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