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Diversified Development and Support
Services in the Arctic and Beyond

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Choose UMIAQ’s comprehensive array of professional services for your industrial or community development project throughout the state of Alaska and beyond. Our experience spans many climates and locales.

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We have the experience and staff you need to rapidly mobilize oil exploration support and the full range of incident prevention and response services including onshore, nearshore, and offshore.

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Our experienced scientists carry out field investigations in the most extreme
environmental
conditions on earth.

UIC Professional Services

is the holding company for UMIAQ, UMIAQ Science and UIC Arctic Response Services, which provide complete analytic, strategic and field support for energy and industrial projects in the Arctic.

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Work with dedicated professionals in a growing network of companies.  Good pay and comprehensive benefits. 

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  • ASRC, North Slope Village Corporations and Shell Announce Historic Venture

    posted July 31, 2014

    ASRC PRESS RELEASE 7/31/2014

    A​nchorage - - In a ground-breaking announcement today, Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC) and six (6) North Slope village corporations have joined together to create a new company known as the Arctic Inupiat Offshore, LLC (AIO). AIO and Shell Gulf of Mexico Inc. (Shell) have entered into a binding agreement that will allow AIO the option to acquire an interest in Shell’s acreage and activities on its Chukchi Sea leases. This interest will be managed by AIO.

    AIO members include ASRC, Ukpeaġik Inupiat Corporation, Tikigaq Corporation, Olgoonik Corporation, Kaktovik Inupiat Corporation, Atqasuk Corporation and Nunamiut Corporation. These corporations represent the communities of Barrow, Point Hope, Wainwright, Kaktovik, Atqasuk and Anaktuvuk Pass. Rex A. Rock, Sr., president and CEO for ASRC, will also serve as the president for AIO. He commented, “Our region has always been a leader in strategic partnerships that provide meaningful benefits to our shareholders, to our people.” Rock further stated, “I am humbled to acknowledge that this arrangement balances the risk of OCS development borne by our coastal communities, with the benefits intended to support our communities and our people.”
     

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  • UMIAQ Expands Services with New Environmental Department

    posted July 31, 2014

    Alaska Business Monthly: Expanding their professional services to better meet client needs, UMIAQ has established an Environmental Department that is uniquely organized into two key components; environmental services and field compliance services. UMIAQ is able to provide key services for Alaska-based operations from project planning, to construction through production. These services include environmental permitting and impact assessments, agency coordination and consultation, regulatory compliance management and a remote workforce of Marine Mammal Observers/Inupiat Communicators (MMO/IC), Environmental Vehicle Inspectors, and Subsistence Advisors.

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