In This Issue
Oil and Gas in the 49th State: Hope on the Horizon
In this issue of Alaska Business we explore how oil and gas companies are using investments to discover and implement high-tech techniques to increase worker safety, reduce costs, and increase access to locations that would otherwise be inaccessible.
According to the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Division of Environmental Health, the state contains more than 215 municipal landfills and more than 115 waste storage, treatment, and disposal facilities.
Alaska’s vast geography is a wonder to behold for both residents and tourists, but it presents more than a few challenges for women when it comes to pregnancy and childbirth—scenarios which already are inherent with worries and concerns for moms-to-be.
The most recent Alaska-Made Building Products Directory was published in March 2013 by the Division of Economic Development of the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development.
While the Alaska LNG project has been a looming, massive topic of discussion for the last few years, planning for a number of North Slope-to-market, state-spanning natural gas lines has been in process for more than decade.
Since 1984, Alaska Business has documented, analyzed, and promoted the mercantile health of the 49th state, from Alaska's multibillion-dollar industries to its single proprietors and small businesses.
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