Cook Inlet


ASL in Alaska Ice Studies

January 16, 2015

ASL Environmental Sciences has a contract for a 3-year metocean-ice study program in Cook Inlet, Alaska for the proposed Alaska LNG Project terminal site. This turnkey metocean program includes program management, a PSO (protected species observer), vessel, HSE lead, data processing and analysis, and engineering inputs. During the summer and fall of 2014 ASL deployed… Continue Reading »


Surviving the Alaskan Waters

August 7, 2014

Alaskan waters are one of the most inhospitable places to conduct work for commercial divers in the oil and gas industry sector. Companies dealing with infrastructure, rig repairs, pipeline installation, maintenance, inspection and surveys battle the dangerous environment that Alaska has to offer. Some of these energy industry facilities are found in Cook Inlet, situated… Continue Reading »


Diver Breaks Barriers in Cold Waters of Alaska

February 17, 2010

Diver breaks barriers in cold waters of Alaska Underwater welder relishes working in extreme environment By Melissa Campbell | Alaska Journal of Commerce ANCHORAGE – Most people would have said, “Heck with this.” But for Jennifer Sullivan, that first dive in the freezing-cold waters in Whittier on that Thanksgiving weekend sealed the deal. “I came… Continue Reading »

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