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Arctic Slope Regional Corporation develops partnerships in New Mexico

ANCs participate in Developing Tribal Energy Resources & Economies Conference

June 10 – 12, 2013, ASRC will be participating in the first national “Developing Tribal Energy Resources and Economies Conference” hosted by New Mexico Community Capital (NMCC) and COTA Holdings, LLC in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
An estimated 200 conference attendees comprised of tribal leaders and leaders from business, industry, government, and energy-related agencies will spend two days in Albuquerque discussing the funding of, and opportunities for development on tribal lands, climate change, and fracking, among other tribal energy related topics.

ASRC’s EVP of Lands, Richard Glenn, will be speaking at the Nation to Nation-Building International Partnerships interactive session on Wednesday, June 12th at the Sandia Resort.
“Speaking nation to nation regarding energy development is important and in many ways we are walking down the same trail,” said Glenn. “Common experiences, problems, and solutions, once shared just amongst each other, is now another tie that binds us together as Native people.”
In addition to conference participation, ASRC, Cook Inlet Regional Corporation (CIRI) and Doyon, Limited are co-sponsoring the Opening Network Session on June 10th. The three Alaska Native corporations will each have an opportunity to welcome conference attendees and share information with them about their operations.

About ASRC
Arctic Slope Regional Corporation is owned by and represents the business interests of the Arctic Slope Iñupiat. Since opening enrollment in 1989 to Alaska Natives born after 1971, the Corporation’s shareholder base has nearly tripled, growing from the 3,700 original enrollees to around 11,000 today. Corporate headquarters are based in Barrow, Alaska, with administrative and subsidiary offices located in Anchorage and throughout the United States. ASRC, along with its family of companies, is the largest Alaskan-owned company, employing approximately 10,000 people worldwide. The company has five major business segments: petroleum refining and marketing, energy support services, construction, government services and resource development.

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