NANA recently reacquired WHPacific Alaska, an engineering firm with offices in Anchorage and Utqiagvik.
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By Isaac Stone Simonelli
The harsh conditions and remote nature of Alaska present formidable obstacles to those protecting the environment from oil spills. Though oil prices have only recently crept above $60 a barrel, companies, agencies, and academics throughout the state continue to find the necessary funds to develop better, more efficient technology to prevent and clean up spills.
By Vanessa Orr
As technology advances, it often creates opportunities for companies to consider doing things differently. This generally holds true for the oil industry, where technology is used to provide a more safe work environment, improve cost-efficiencies, and even create a collaborative “cloud” space where employees can crowdsource new ideas.
By Tasha Anderson
This year Subway of Alaska celebrates thirty years in the Last Frontier. Throughout those thirty years, in addition to providing a healthy dining option at locations throughout the state, Subway has invested in people and education in communities large and small.