Danos nets fabrication gig for project off Equatorial Guinea
U.S.-based oilfield services provider Danos has been awarded a fabrication contract for a project offshore Equatorial Guinea.
The contract was awarded by a major oil and gas producer subsidiary operating in Equatorial Guinea, Danos said.
The scope of work comprises the fabrication of a 50-by-60-foot deck section and all associated piping for an upgraded compressor on the producer’s offshore platform.
According to the company, the deck will be fabricated at Danos’ Amelia Integrated Services Complex, involving 45 craft personnel over four months.
“We’re proud to be chosen by this producer as their partner for this project,” said Mark Danos, vice president of project services for Danos.
“We have a trusted partnership built on reliability, operational excellence and continuous safety, quality, delivery and cost (SQDC) improvement. Together, we have successfully executed projects from Equatorial Guinea to the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico.”