(Gray, La.) –Danos has been selected by Shell Offshore Inc. to fabricate three boarding valve skid assemblies for its deep-water Appomattox project. The project, which will engage five Danos divisions – coatings, fabrication, instrumentation and electrical, project management and procurement – will begin immediately, and is expected to take about 12 months to complete.
“Shell and Danos have worked on projects together for the past 44 years,” said Mark Danos, construction and fabrication division manager. “It’s an exciting time. Not only is this a great opportunity for Danos, it will create new jobs at our Amelia facility.”
The boarding valve skids will be fabricated at Danos’ Amelia, Louisiana fabrication facility and shipped to Ingleside, Texas for integration on the facility topside. Following integration, the equipment will be installed on a floating production platform located in deep-water Gulf of Mexico, about 80 miles off the Louisiana coast.
For over 60 years, Danos has served as a strategic partner to oil and gas operators across the globe. From production workforce to construction, coatings to fabrication, scaffolding and environmental services to instrumentation and electrical, Danos has the expertise and resources to deliver consistent operating results. With more than 1,700 employees and operations offshore and in the shale plays, the world’s leading operators choose Danos. Learn more at danos.com.