Danos wins Eni contract

Danos Wins Eni Contract

GRAY, La. – Danos has won a contract with Italian energy company Eni to support brownfield repairs and routine maintenance to its Gulf of Mexico platforms. The three-year contract will utilize Danos’ fabrication, construction and scaffolding service lines.

“For 75 years, Danos has been solving customer challenges by providing energy services. We’re pleased that Eni selected our team to execute this important project. We remain committed to delivering safe, superior service for our offshore and onshore customers,” said CEO Paul Danos.

In June, Danos began in-house fabrication for skids and subsea skids to be sent to the customer’s Alleghany platform, located in the Gulf 260 km south of New Orleans.

With operations across the U.S. and Gulf of Mexico, Danos has nearly 2,500 employees. In addition to construction, fabrication and scaffolding, Danos service offerings include: automation, coatings, instrumentation and electrical, intelligent integrated materials solutions, mechanical maintenance, power generation, production workforce, project management, regulatory and compliance, rope access, shorebase and logistics, and valve and wellhead services.

About Danos – Founded in 1947, Danos is a family-owned and managed energy service provider. This year, the company celebrates 75 years in business. A trusted industry partner, Danos offers the most responsive end-to-end integrated service solutions – safe, on time and on budget. Danos achieves world-class safety results and customer loyalty due to a values-based approach and an unyielding commitment to employee engagement and training. Learn more at Danos.com.

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