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Golf 2017!

Golf 2017!

Click here to register for the 2017 Anchorage Golf Tournament. Registration for the Kenai and Fairbanks Tournaments will open in June.

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Alaska Clean Seas – Alliance member & AOGA Contractor of the Year!

Alaska Clean Seas – Alliance member & AOGA Contractor of the Year!

Congratulations to Alliance member Alaska Clean Seas on being chosen as the AOGA Contractor of the Year, an award sponsored by the Alaska Support Industry Alliance. To learn more about Alaska Clean Seas, click here. To attend the AOGA Conference where the Contractor of the Year award will be presented, click...

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Craig Crawford to lead Peak Oilfield Service Co.

Craig Crawford to lead Peak Oilfield Service Co.

Safety | Innovation | Excellence FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 15, 2017 CONTACT Sheila Schooner, Client Service and Solutions Manager (907) 770-9418 or sschooner@bbindustrial.com   Craig Crawford to lead Peak Oilfield Service Co. Anchorage, AK – Bristol Bay Industrial (BBI), a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation, proudly announces that Craig Crawford has been named president and chief executive officer of its company Peak Oilfield Service Company LLC.   Crawford joins Peak from CH2M, where he was vice president of Alaska construction for the energy and industry group. He has more than 30 years of experience leading and managing companies and business units in the oil and gas, refinery, petrochemical, and mining industries in the U.S. and overseas, and has held a number of executive level positions for various companies across the U.S. He previously served as vice president of operations for Texas Gulf Oil and Gas Inc., and co-founded and served as chief executive officer of Texas Gulf Energy, Inc., a turnkey specialty construction company catering to the U.S. energy and industrial sector before selling the company in 2013.   He holds a Bachelor’s in Business Management from North Carolina State University and is the board chair for the Alaska Process Industry Careers Consortium (APICC).   Crawford’s strong track record of strategic, operational, and commercial accomplishments coupled with his global construction experience will play an instrumental role in solidifying Peak’s position as a premiere, large project construction contractor for the industrial sector. Additionally, he brings an innovative, solutions-oriented approach to operations that will ensure Peak delivers value to its clients while maintaining a strong commitment to safety.     ### About Peak: Peak Oilfield Service Company LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bristol Bay Native Corporation, and provider of quality-driven, cost-effective construction, maintenance, industrial cleaning, power generation, and transportation services that support the resource development industry.   About BBI: Bristol Bay Industrial, LLC is a Bristol Bay Native Corporation holding company, which operates and manages several member companies providing oilfield and industrial services throughout Alaska and the Lower...

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DELTA LEASING NEW ACQUISITION WILL GROW SLOPE BUSINESS

DELTA LEASING NEW ACQUISITION WILL GROW SLOPE BUSINESS

For Immediate Release   ANCHORAGE, AK (December 23, 2016) – Delta Leasing, LLC, an Anchorage based oil and gas support services company, announced that it has purchased substantial North Slope assets of MagTec Alaska. MagTec is a Kenai based equipment and vehicle leasing firm that has been a major supplier to North Slope operators.   As part of the MagTec asset acquisition, Delta Leasing takes ownership of 350 equipment assets of MagTec, an 8,000 sq. ft. Prudhoe Bay shop facility, and the current MagTec customer leases on the equipment.   “This acquisition enables Delta Leasing to expand our product lines of construction and oilfield support equipment to better serve companies operating on the North Slope” said Rudi von Imhof, President of Delta Leasing.   “We are excited to be able to offer a wider selection of equipment. From mobile offices, guard shacks, generators, heaters, loaders, Sno cats and work trucks of all kinds, we can now provide an expanded fleet to our North Slope customers. The additional repair and maintenance facility will allow us to improve our service capabilities, directly benefitting customers with responsive support during the short exploration and operating seasons,” he said.   A 100% Alaska owned business, Delta Leasing has operations in Anchorage and Prudhoe Bay. For more information, contact: Leslie Miller, 907-659-9056     CONSTRUCTION I MINING I OIL & GAS I TRANSPORTATION Anchorage: 907.771.1300 www.deltaleasing.com Prudhoe Bay: 907.659.9056 To view and share the press release click...

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Governor Walker Introduces Bill to Name New State Ferries

Governor Walker Introduces Bill to Name New State Ferries

Alliance member company, Vigor Alaska, is building the two new state ferries mentioned in this press release sent out by Gov. Walker this afternoon.  January 23, 2017 Press Release: 17-010 JUNEAU – Governor Bill Walker introduced legislation today naming two new state ferries that will come into service in late 2017. The two vessels are currently under construction at Vigor Alaska in Ketchikan. As required by Alaska law, each ferry bears the name of an Alaska glacier – the Motor Vessel Tazlina and the Motor Vessel Hubbard. Last year, Governor Walker and Lieutenant Governor Byron Mallott reviewed hundreds of names submitted by Alaska students in an essay competition to name the two ferries. “I am honored to include Alaska’s young people in the ferry naming process. Just like Benny Benson did when he designed the Alaska flag, these two students are leaving their mark in our state’s history,” Governor Walker said. “I look forward to seeing these beautiful vessels sail in Alaska waters for years to come.” Tanalian School 7th grader Malea Voran of Port Alsworth proposed the name “Tazlina.” The Tazlina Glacier is named after the Tazlina River.  In her essay, Malea explained that name is an Ahtna Athabascan word meaning “swift river”, making it an appropriate name for a ferry. “This name would remind us that even small things are capable of doing big things,” she said in her essay. “This small boat could be named after something big and inspiring.” Eagle River High School 10th grader Taylor Thompson of Eagle River suggested the name “Hubbard.” The Hubbard Glacier flows 80 miles to its terminus at Disenchantment Bay, near Yakutat in the St. Elias Mountains. Originally named for National Geographic Society founder Gardiner G. Hubbard, the Hubbard Glacier has been advancing for over 100 years – unlike other glaciers. “This glorious slab of ice has defied its predisposition and proved to be a true wonder,” Taylor wrote in her essay. “An Alaskan Ferry should be just as incredible.” ### Transmittal Letter to Senator Kelly (pdf) Transmittal Letter to Representative...

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State gasline corporation quietly opens office in Tokyo

State gasline corporation quietly opens office in Tokyo

Last weekend, the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation announced that it had opened a new office in Japan. But, it only made the announcement in Japan. Now, one lawmaker is questioning how the agency is spending its money, and why. Sen. Cathy Giessel, R-Anchorage, said she thinks the corporation is misspending the money the legislature appropriated to it. “We have no information about this Japanese office,” she said. “At the same time we’re here in Juneau, wondering how we’re going to balance the budget, considering taxing citizens, reducing education funding, dealing with healthcare costs. And $100 million is sitting in the treasury of the AGDC and we don’t know what it’s being used for. So there is huge, there is huge concern.” Giessel also said the corporation was not transparent in its decision to open the new office. She chairs the Senate Resources committee and says she attends most of the corporation’s board meetings. To read the full story click...

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