The rapidly warming climate is having negative impacts on rural communities in Alaska, where there are already significant barriers to creating the necessary infrastructure for solid waste and sewage management.
Ahtna Petrochemical Products, a subsidiary of Ahtna Netiye’, has acquired twenty-three acres of North Slope pad space to support operational and logistical needs of the oil and gas industry in Alaska.
The trustees of Ahtna Hwt-anene (People’s) Trust formally declared a record-high shareholder distribution for 2019 of $15.08 per share. The distribution amount per share has more than tripled in just two years and is the highest dividend/distribution per share in the history of Ahtna.
Visitors to the Ahtna region can learn about the traditional, cultural, and historic features indigenous to the area through a series of six interpretive signs.
All together Alaska Native regional corporations reported more than $10.5 billion in revenue last year—revenue that creates opportunities; protects their lands, culture, and resources; and provides investment opportunities for the entire state and, more importantly, their shareholders.
No two environmental site assessments are the same. Each project has specific needs unique to its circumstances. That’s where firms like BGES, INC., Environmental Management Inc., and Shannon & Wilson, Inc. come in.
Ahtna, Inc. announced five new hires within its subsidiaries: Nathan Hagar, Martin Molyneux, Justin Dunn, Marty Walker, and Wayne Johnson.