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Vol. 12, No. 14 Week of April 08, 2007
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

PETROLEUM DIRECTORY: Lounsbury spotlights employees, recent project

AJ Rookus and Brian Mangold, both resident project managers at the Kuparuk field, recently celebrated their 25-year anniversary with Lounsbury and Associates. Lounsbury believes they may be looking at a new record for the longest consecutive period as alternates on the North Slope — over 20 years.

Recent hire Jeremiah Cornell, P.S., has joined Rookus and Mangold at the company’s Kuparuk office as a survey technician. Cornell holds a BS in surveying engineering from Ferris State University and is licensed as a professional surveyor in Michigan.

The company, through Nunamiut/Lounsbury, would also like to announce its recent completion of surveying work, ice road alignment staking, and well and ice-pad construction for Anadarko’s Jacob’s Ladder project. The company staked approximately 14 miles of ice road from DS-17 in Prudhoe to the Jacob’s Ladder Well C pad.

Nunamiut/Lounsbury, LCC is a joint venture in cooperation with the village corporation for Anaktuvuk Pass. Nunamiut/Lounsbury was formed to pursue engineering and surveying contracts in support of oil and gas exploration and development on the North Slope.



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