Amid large company growth, Danos has announced several changes within its leadership structure. Cory LeCompte and Kenny Haas will assume the roles of general manager of project services and general manager of project management, respectively, while Keli Dantin will step into the role of general manager of energy systems.

“We are confident that placing Cory, Kenny and Keli in these new roles will position us for even greater success as our company moves forward,” says owner Mark Danos. “These new assignments allow us to leverage the strengths of these individuals and our operational groups.”

With over 37 years of industry experience, Haas will transition from general manager of projects to general manager of project management. A native and resident of New Orleans, he joined Danos in 2017 after serving as vice president and senior operations manager with multiple international automation and energy companies.

LeCompte, who has 19 years of industry experience and recently celebrated his 11th anniversary with Danos, will assume the role of general manager of project services. He returns to company headquarters following a stint in Midland, Texas, where he served as Danos’ Permian construction manager.


Dantin joined Danos in March 2019 with the acquisition of Shamrock Energy Solutions, where she served as director of sales and marketing. As general manager of energy systems, Dantin will oversee Danos’ automation, instrumentation and electrical, mechanical maintenance, power generation, and valve and wellhead service lines. With over 14 years of industry experience, Dantin holds a bachelor of science in business management and a master of business administration, both from Nicholls State University. Dantin is a resident of Thibodaux, Louisiana.

Danos, founded in 1947, is a family-owned and managed oilfield service provider based in Gray, Louisiana. It has offices in Houston; Lafayette, Louisiana; and the Permian Basin. For more information, visit