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August 2015

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Articles

Shell‘s Arctic Oil Response Plan

As Royal Dutch Shell’s drilling rigs make their way up Alaska’s coast to oil leases in the Chukchi Sea, the oil giant and its drilling procedures in the Arctic are being scrutinized closely.

Employer-Sponsored Wellness Programs Changes Coming Your Way

If you provide incentives to encourage employees to participate in wellness programs, such as discounting the cost of the medical insurance coverage for being tobacco-free, changes may soon be necessary as a result of the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) proposed rules that were issued on April 20, 2015.

Alaska Microgrid Technologies: Micro-Industry or Big Business?

One of the most pressing (and frequently noted) challenges in Alaska is the cost of energy (both heat and power) in isolated, rural communities. Many are faced with inefficient energy systems that come at a considerable cost not only to community residents but to the state as a whole.

Scott Goldsmith

How many economists can talk about working with former headhunters in the hot, steamy jungles of Borneo, even learning a few lessons from them? One can—Scott Goldsmith.

Energy and Power Symbiotic synergy

One of the special sections this month is “Energy & Power” and the other is “Environmental Services,” and the two are somewhat synergetic.
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