Peak Oilfield Service Co. was recently recognized by ConocoPhillips Alaska Inc. for outstanding safety performance and environmental responsibility while completing the remediation of the Nora Federal 1 and Susie Unit 1 locations on Alaska’s North Slope. Despite the remote location of the projects, 50 miles south of Deadhorse and 8 miles west of the Dalton Highway, the work was completed on schedule and under budget.
The work scope included constructing ice roads and pads, dewatering reserve pits, constructing reserve pit caps and providing a remote camp. The projects involved 12 miles of ice roads and 9 acres of constructed ice pads.
“The professionalism and excellence demonstrated from early planning through the execution has been remarkable,” said ConocoPhillips’ Sarah M. Kenshalo, remediation program environmental coordinator, after her final inspection of the Susie Unit 1 location. CIRI supports responsible environmental projects including remediation through clean technology.
Peak is one of Alaska’s leading oilfield services and general contracting companies. It has offices statewide, including Anchorage, the North Slope, Valdez and on the Kenai Peninsula. To learn more about Peak, visit www.peakalaska.com.