Danos, a family-owned and managed oilfield service provider, has selected Greg Guidry as the seventh member of the company’s board of directors, the company announced on May 14.
“Greg has an invaluable understanding of the oil and gas industry, and we are grateful that he has accepted our invitation to join the board,” says Chairman of the Board Hank Danos.
Guidry joins Danos following his retirement from Royal Dutch Shell in October 2018, where he served as executive vice president – unconventionals for the final six years of his nearly 37-year tenure with the company.
In addition to Guidry's extensive experience in unconventional markets, where he drove performance improvement and increased profitability as EVP for unconventionals for Shell, he previously headed their upstream businesses across Europe and covered multiple facets of the industry including offshore conventional and deepwater, onshore unconventionals and midstream.
“Joining the Danos board of directors provides a tremendous opportunity for me to get involved with a respected industry organization. Danos has an exciting future, and I look forward to working with them,” he says.
Guidry serves as a senior adviser to Oaktree Capital and as director of portfolio companies Northstar Midstream and Blackbear Midstream. He is on the board of Sky High for Kids, a nonprofit organization focused on fundraising to eradicate childhood cancer, as well as the Dean’s Advisory Board for the Louisiana State University Honor’s College. Previously, Guidry served as chair of the Dean’s Advisory Board of the LSU College of Engineering. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and is a registered professional petroleum engineer in Louisiana. He and his wife, Alexis, have three children and live in Covington, Louisiana.
Guidry rounds out a board of directors for Danos which also includes Hank Danos, Eric Danos, Paul Danos, Mark Danos, Edward “Jed” DiPaolo and John Elstrott.
Danos, founded in 1947, is a family-owned and managed oilfield service provider based in Gray, Louisiana. It has offices Houston; Lafayette, Louisiana; and the Permian Basin. For more information, visit www.danos.com.