Danos has been awarded a significant contract across multiple services lines with a Texas-based, independent exploration and production company. The project will leverage Danos’ Amelia Integrated Services Complex to fabricate piping and structural components which will then be shipped to the installation site in Midland, Texas, for assembly and construction of a central tank battery.
“With this project, we have an opportunity to provide a turnkey solution for a valued customer,” said owner Eric Danos. “By fabricating the components
in our Amelia, Louisiana, facility and shipping it to the Permian for assembly, we are able to best use our resources to meet our customer’s needs
in managing all aspects of this project.”
The three-month project will utilize several of Danos’ service lines including fabrication, project management, construction, automation, coatings and
“Our team’s ability to design and prefabricate the project material is particularly unique. It allows us to operate safer and more efficiently while involving
our teams in different geographies,” said Danos.
Approximately 75 of Danos’ employees in both Louisiana and Texas will assist with completion of this project. Danos currently has 3,200 employees, making
it one of the largest oil and gas service providers in the marketplace.