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October 2017

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State responds to last of FERC’s initial data requests

The state corporation in charge of permitting, financing and building an Alaska North Slope natural gas pipeline project is busy while waiting: busy answering hundreds of questions that started rolling in three months ago from federal regulators, and busy preparing for its first presentation to state legislators since February on October 16 and its first board meeting in more than two months on October 23.

Alaska Native Regional Corporation 2017 Review

Since their creation more than forty-five years ago, Alaska Native regional corporations have become a remarkable economic engine in Alaska. Together, they account for billions of dollars in revenue and employ thousands of Alaskans. Despite a stubborn statewide recession amid low oil prices, the diversity of these twelve corporations keeps them strong and profitable.

Alaska Airlines Introduces New One-of-a-Kind

Alaska Air Cargo is flying cargo around the state in the world’s first converted 737-700 freighter. The aircraft is the first ever to be converted from a “combi” (half cargo, half passenger plane) to an all-freight aircraft able to carry 42,000 pounds per flight.

Welcome to the Top 49ers 2017: Elements of Enterprise

Offseason Vertical Construction

October in Alaska is one of the busiest months of the year for the vertical construction industry.

Engineering Design

Commuting to the North Slope

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