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Vol. 15, No. 38 Week of September 19, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Arctic Directory: UMIAQ names new community relations specialist

UMIAQ, a member of the Ukpeagvik Iņupiat Corp., said April 14 that Arlene Thomas has been named community relations specialist. Thomas has more than 11 years of community and infrastructure planning experience. She travels frequently to the North Slope to interface with community leaders and residents, introducing clients and their projects. Her former role as community planner for the North Slope Borough gives her a strong foundation and deep knowledge of issues as they pertain to local and regional government and oil and gas development in Arctic Alaska. The UIC family of companies plays a key role in advancing resource development projects, specializing in regulatory planning, stakeholder relations, development engineering, response planning and operations, geospatial analysis, civil construction, logistics and full-service camps. UMIAQ offers a distinct advantage to its clients through its staff members’ local knowledge and understanding of the political, cultural, land use, regulatory, and environmental conditions unique to the arctic and subarctic.



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