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Published: 2016-02-19

Overview

Alaska’s regional and village corporations have become a huge financial asset to Alaska, but their business success, contributions to the state’s economy and their role in strengthening Alaska’s small rural communities is unknown to many.

We hope to change that. Today, amid uncertainties facing Alaska, the ANCSA corporations provide a powerful stabilizing influence. In 2014, regional and selected village corporations earned $8.578 billion in revenues, $305 million in net profits and paid out $156 million in dividends to shareholders who mostly live in Alaska, according to data from the ANCSA Regional Assoc. Also, 59 percent of the corporations’ net incomes was distributed in dividends, scholarships and support for nonprofit organizations in 2014.

Alaskans need to know this. We want to do our part in telling the story.

Table of Contents

Special Report – Doyon

Amazing Story – Doyon Drilling
How an upstart Alaska company became the state’s (now) busiest oil and gas driller.

Is this the future for our State’s economy?

It could be unless legislators do something, by Tim Bradner

Corporation Profiles

Ahtna

Ahtna is one Alaska Native corporation bringing a lot of money to Alaska.

Ahtna exploring for natural gas near Glennallen

Bering Straits
Bering Straits Native Corporation gets its land adjacent to western Alaska’s only natural deep water port.

Huna Totem Corporation
Southeast village corporation taps into the heritage and history with its Icy Strait Point tourism development, history with its Icy Strait Point tourism development, by Steve Quinn.

Sealaska subsidiary Haa Aaní – working to boost local economies

Eklutna Inc.
Eklutna’s residential home development is helping ease a tight Anchorage housing shortage

Doyon Ltd.
Doyon’s 2014 revenues and earnings were up, thanks to strong performance of its oil and gas service subsidiaries

Sector Reports

Arctic
Fisheries
Economy
Resource Policy
Human Resources
Energy

Alaska Native Management Report

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