ConocoPhillips Alaska’s optimization of new technologies and commitment to sustainable development has enabled it to reduce its footprint in the environment by extending drilling from fewer well pads, providing increased revenue and employment opportunities in the state.
All twelve Alaska Native regional corporations marked their 50th birthdays, six months after they celebrated the anniversary of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act that authorized them.
Shipping in the materials needed to build traditional offices, workforce accommodations, repair facilities, and even military installations can be expensive and time consuming, and for this reason, many industries turn to modular facilities.
Local entrepreneurs are tapping their own love for our four-legged friends and taking advantage of a growing pet industry to meet the needs of Alaska’s pet owners.
After two not-so-great travel years as the result of a worldwide pandemic, people are ready to hit the highway—and some of them plan to do it in style. Traveling by RV is quickly growing in popularity, and for many people, it’s the perfect way to visit Alaska’s road-accessible attractions.
Although the process to replace the aging South Harbor will be a long one, a $20 million RAISE grant awarded to the City of Cordova will allow the project to finally move forward.
A2A might remain a dream—at least for the time being—as it works its way through even rougher territory than the Alaska and Canadian landscapes.
From gas stations to energy companies to cruise lines to military bases to air cargo companies and more, businesses hire HSE (health, safety, and environment) specialists to keep their facilities clean.
The word “unprecedented” was tossed around a lot in 2020, and it can also be used to describe what’s been happening in the residential housing market since the pandemic hit.
Restaurant owners are heeding the call of the many Alaskans who want to support local farmers by buying local produce. Fortunately, there is an increasing number of people in the food industry—from farmers to distributors to restaurant owners—who are committed to creating a sustainable pipeline.