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Register for June Events at WTC Anchorage | Luncheons, Briefings, Receptions


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June Events at WTC:
Luncheons, Briefings, Receptions

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Meet & Brief Luncheon
Alyeska Pipeline 40th Anniversary Update
June 14 (Wednesday) at Sullivan's
SOLD OUT Thank You to Those Who Registered Early!
 
Speaker: Admiral Tom Barrett, President, Alyeska Pipeline Service Company

Topic: TAPS: 40 Years of Fueling the 49th State
 
Date: June 14, 2017 (Wednesday)
 
Time: 12:00 - 1:00PM
Location: Sullivan's Steakhouse - Library (320 West 5th Avenue - 5th Avenue Mall)
 
Parking: FREE at the 5th Avenue Mall Parking Garage (parking will be validated)
 
About Alyeska Pipeline: Alyeska Pipeline Service Company formed in 1970 to design, build, maintain and operate the Trans Alaska Pipeline System. The pipeline today is recognized as a landmark engineering feat and remains essential to Alaska's economy and central to the state's industry.

 
Meet & Brief Luncheon
DAT/EM Systems: 30 Years of Digital Mapping Across the Globe
June 21 (Wednesday) at Sullivan's
 
Speaker: Jeffrey Yates, General Manager, DAT/EM Systems

Topic: 30 Years of Excelling in the Hi-Tech World of Digital Mapping

Jeff will talk about a brief history of how maps have been made over the past 30 years, including insight to DAT/EM Systems developing a worldwide client base during that time along with a glimpse into 3D 'geospatial' technologies of the near future.

 
Date: June 21, 2017 (Wednesday)
 
Time: 12:00 - 1:00PM
 
Location: Sullivan's Steakhouse - Library (320 West 5th Avenue - 5th Avenue Mall)
 
Parking: FREE at the 5th Avenue Mall Parking Garage (parking will be validated)
 
About DAT/EM: DAT/EM Systems International develops products to efficiently extract and edit 3D terrain and object features from stereo imagery, point clouds and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) data. DAT/EM serves over 500 clients by building and maintaining quality systems, staying alert to industry trends and advances, and always leading by example with value, technology and service. For more information, please visit DAT/EM's website at www.datem.com
WTC TAIPAN CLUB Event
Melting the Alaska-Russia Ice Curtain: Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of Alaska Purchase
June 22, 2017 (Thursday)
4:00 - 7:00PM
The Lakefront Millennium Hotel
- Panel Discussion
- Book Signing

- Cocktail Reception
As part of the 150th anniversary commemoration of the sale of Alaska by Russia to the United states in 1867, WTC is pleased to invite you to a very special event featuring the authors of three recently published books about Alaska-Russian relations. The event will feature a moderated panel discussion with the authors, followed by a book signing and a cocktail reception.

The featured authors are:

  • Melting the Ice Curtain by David Ramseur (left)
  • To Russia with Love by Victor Fischer (center)
  • The Man Who Sold Alaska and The Man Who Bought Alaska by Michael Dunham (right)
WTC TAIPAN CLUB Event
Briefing & Reception for BP's 2017 Statistical Review of World's Energy
June 26, 2017 (Monday) at Sullivan's
Briefing: 3:00- 3:45 pm
Reception: 3:45 - 4:30 pm
Participation is Limited to 50 Persons
 
Mark Finley is the General Manager of Global Energy Markets and US Economics at BP. In addition to analyzing the economics and politics of the world oil market, he has produced market assessments for natural gas and carbon. He leads the annual production of the BP Statistical Review of World Energy (now in its 65th year), and he regularly presents BP's views on global energy markets to external audiences. Mr. Finley has over 30 years of private and public-sector experience as an energy economist. He joined BP's Economics Team in 2001 and has worked in Washington DC and London.
 
During the briefing, Finley will provide the outlook for global energy markets and highlight the findings of 2017 Statistical Review. The briefing provides an opportunity for discussion and Q & A and the reception that follows enables the conversations to continue in a less formal setting.
 
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