Danos Names New VP of Enterprise Growth

Danos Names New VP of Enterprise Growth

Household-owned and managed power service supplier Danos has appointed Andy Claerr as its new vp of enterprise improvement.

Claerr involves Danos from Halliburton the place he held a lot of positions, together with Southeast Asia gross sales supervisor, the Indonesia enterprise improvement supervisor, and most lately, the senior nation operations supervisor based mostly in Fort Price, Texas.

“Andy brings beneficial expertise and perception to our enterprise improvement staff. We’re excited to have him on board,” says CEO Paul Danos. “He has a wealth of business information that may well-position us for continued success.”

Earlier than working with Halliburton, Claerr was a senior area engineer for Schlumberger. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Wayne State College in Detroit, Michigan, the corporate famous in its assertion.

Claerr’s addition comes at a time of considerable progress for Danos, the assertion reads. The corporate lately acquired a Gulf of Mexico offshore labor provide firm that resulted in a 30 p.c enhance in its workforce, it added. Danos has 2,700 staff throughout 21 states and the Gulf of Mexico, in keeping with the assertion.

To remind, on the finish of February, the homeowners of Danos took a serious step ahead in preparations for the longer term by diversifying their power portfolio by means of strategic acquisitions. Danos Ventures has been established to guide this effort, helmed by third-generation proprietor and CEO Eric Danos.

James Callahan has additionally moved right into a newly created govt place as vp of acquisitions. The duo will work to develop a pipeline of latest alternatives in each conventional and rising power markets, the corporate mentioned on the time.

Danos additional famous that Danos Ventures can be curious about carbon seize and emissions discount functions, amongst others.

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