Permian Contract Goes to Danos



Permian Contract Goes to Danos
This Louisiana-fabricated compressor station component will be installed in the Permian Basin. PHOTO SOURCE: Danos

Danos reported Tuesday that it has won multiple contracts to fabricate, install and automate compressor station components for a full-service midstream provider.

According to Danos, which did not disclose the name of its midstream client, work on the approximately five-month project began in June. The contract recipient is performing fabrication work, including separator skids and spool piping, at its facility in Larose, La. It will install and hook-up the compressor station components at five Permian Basin sites in Culberson County, Texas, and Eddy County, N.M.

“This is an exciting time for our company as we see a growing number of customers in the Permian, Eagle Ford, Delaware Basin and the Gulf of Mexico looking to Danos to provide integrated services solutions,” Danos owner Mark Danos said in a written statement emailed to Rigzone. “We look forward to continuing to grow our partnerships with existing and new customers.”

The Louisiana-based oilfield services firm, which recently opened a new Permian construction office in Midland, Texas, stated that approximately 60 of its fabrication, construction, instrumentation and electrical service employees are working on the project.

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