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November 2012

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Port Adak: The gateway to oil development in the Arctic

Port Adak: The gateway to oil development in the Arctic

In an effort to revitalize the fledgling community of Adak, Aleut Enterprise and Aleut Real Estate, subsidiaries of the Aleut Corporation, joined forces with Offshore Systems, Inc. in June to reopen the former Adak military base to provide logistics support for offshore drilling operations in the Arctic.

Alaska Scientific Detection Laboratory

Alaska Scientific Detection Laboratory

For nearly 17 years, Bonnie Craig was a statistic. The 18-year-old University of Alaska Anchorage student was found dead Sept. 28, 1994, facedown in McHugh Creek south of Anchorage. Her rape and murder quickly became front-page news, and nearly as quickly, the case went cold. Investigators painstakingly interviewed dozens of people with hopes of catching a break. When that didn’t work, they turned to an emerging crime investigation tool called DNA profiling.

How Will (and Should) the DynaLantic Decision Affect ANCs?

How Will (and Should) the DynaLantic Decision Affect ANCs?

On August 15, 2012, a federal trial court in Washington, DC declared that the Department of Defense’s administration of the SBA’s 8(a) set-aside program violated Constitutional equal protection laws. As significant as was the decision itself, the response by federal agencies will be equally, if not more, significant, and federal contractors should start planning for fewer set-aside opportunities under the SBA’s 8(a) business development program.

Alan J. Krause

Alan J. Krause

A year ago, Alan J. Krause was appointed president and chief executive officer of MWH Global, a multinational construction, management and engineering firm ranked internationally at the top of the wet infrastructure sector.

Alaska Oil Policy

Alaska Oil Policy

As Alaska finishes this year’s election cycle and starts looking toward the coming legislative session there are several steps which are needed to restore Alaska as an attractive location for oil investment. One of these steps, upon which the Legislature has focused for the last two sessions, will be in the spotlight in the coming legislative session as well: the current level of oil taxes.

Millrock Resources Inc.

Millrock Resources Inc.

Despite tough economic times for the industry, Millrock Resources Inc. rode high gold prices to what executives call a banner year in 2012.

The Big Issue

Let’s just call November the big issue month. The magazine is once again a big issue and it is packed with articles about a number of big issues—many concerning energy and resource development. You’ll have to read them all.

Ratify the Law of the Sea Treaty

Ratify the Law of the Sea Treaty

In August 2007, a Russian expedition led by its most famous polar explorer, Artur Chilingarov, planted a Russian flag in a capsule on the Arctic seabed directly underneath the North Pole. The Arctic is Russian, Chilingarov bellowed. “We must prove the North Pole is an extension of the Russian coastal shelf.” Indeed, in 2001, the Russian Federation had made a vast territorial claim to almost one-half of the Arctic sea-bed in its submission to a 21-member United Nations scientific body called the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf.

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