Please fill out the following registration form to make your personal reservation to attend the Energy Week 2012 Engineering Connections Dinner. We ask that you complete this form prior to 5:00PM, September 17, 2012 which is the reservation deadline. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ***If you have not purchased an event admission ticket from Suzette at the Civil Engineering Office (Duckering 245) PLEASE DO NOT FILL OUT THIS FORM**** Admission tickets to the event may be purchased for $15* (cash or check) from Suzette in the Civil Engineering Department Office (Duckering 245) by 5:00PM, September 17th. Please do not submit this form prior to Monday, September 10, 2012 as the company table options will not be complete prior to that date.
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Dietary Preferences

Please indicate your dietary preferences below. We will ensure that the catering staff know of any specific dietary or allergen accommodations and that a satisfactory meal is provided.

Attending Companies: About

ALYESKA PIPELINE Alyeska Pipeline Service Company formed in 1970 to design, build, maintain and operate the Trans Alaska Pipeline System. The pipeline today is recognized as a landmark engineering feat and remains essential to Alaska’s economy and central to the state’s industry. Focused on safe and flawless operations and sustainability, Alyeska today is working to respond to the challenges posed by declining throughput. Throughput peaked at 2.1 million barrels a day in 1988. It has only steadily decreased since. In 2011, Alyeska on average moved about 600,000 barrels per day. With the lower flow levels, the crude oil takes longer to reach the Valdez Terminal – about 2 weeks, on average – and the oil is colder on arrival. The slower, colder oil has more potential for water and wax to settle and drop out, and as throughput declines further, the potential for ice to form during shutdown or flowing conditions increases. Alyeska released results of its low flow study in 2011 and is currently making and researching modifications to respond to lower throughputs. Alyeska is an Alaskan company. Its 800 employees are proud of the pipeline’s history – one enriched by teamwork, innovation and a commitment to safety, reliability, and the integrity of TAPS. The company values its strong ties to Alaskans and to its communities, with a comprehensive philanthropy program and its unique Alaska Native Program, dedicated to creating professional growth opportunities for Alaska Natives ___________________________________________________________________________________________ BAKER HUGHES: Baker Hughes Incorporated (NYSE: BHI) creates value from oil and gas reservoirs with high-performance drilling, evaluation, completions and production technology and services, integrated operations and reservoir consulting. Our solutions are designed to lower costs, reduce risk or improve productivity for the global oil and gas industry. Baker Hughes was formed in 1987 with the merger of Baker International and Hughes Tool Company—both founded over 100 years ago when R.C. Baker and Howard Hughes, Sr. conceived ground-breaking inventions that revolutionized the fledgling petroleum era. Since those earliest advancements, we’ve never stopped searching for solutions to conquer the next frontier. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ BP ALASKA ___________________________________________________________________________________________ CH2M Hill ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Design Alaska Design Alaska is an employee-owned, small business located in Fairbanks, Alaska. We provide architecture; landscape architecture; civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, environmental, fire protection, and control systems engineering; and land surveying services. We also provide Leadership in Energy and Environmental (LEED) services, energy audits, and commissioning services. We have a 55-year history of providing quality professional services in the Interior and throughout Alaska. Some of our current projects include a new research greenhouse for the University of Alaska Fairbanks, the conversion of the old Fairbanks State Court House facility into the new UAF Community and Technical College facility, mechanical/electrical engineering for the new Fairbanks Airport Terminal Improvements, and a new 100,000 SF barracks on Fort Wainwright. Please feel free to stop by our office during business hours for a guided tour and introduction to our staff. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Exclusive Paving/URM Colaska d/b/a Exclusive Paving (& University Redi-Mix) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Colas, Inc. which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Colas S.A, the largest road builder in the world. Exclusive can, as needed, draw upon the resources and experience of its fellow Colaska dba companies, QAP, Secon and Emulsion Products, all based in Alaska. Exclusive has a 25 year track record of consistently providing excellent quality work product to highly satisfied owners in the Interior of Alaska, resulting in a deep understanding of construction in Fairbanks and the surrounding areas. Exclusive’s expertise in heavy civil, highway, utility and airport construction projects is highly respected both inside the industry and by agency owners. Exclusive Paving has an extensive fleet of construction equipment, asphalt plants, concrete plants, and crushers from which to draw on for this project. With its large fleet it has the ability to have backup resources for all major types of equipment and plants. The equipment is constantly being replaced with and/or upgraded to include new technology such as the GPS systems on earthmoving equipment. The hot plants have been upgraded to allow for the introduction of Recycled Asphalt Pavement (RAP) as well as warm mix technology. The crushers have state-of-the-art screening capabilities to insure ensure a consistent product that meets various client specifications. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Flint Hills Resources Flint Hills Resources’ North Pole Refinery has a crude oil processing capacity of about 220,000 barrels per day. It processes North Slope crude oil and supplies gasoline, jet fuel, heating oil, diesel, gasoil and asphalt to Alaska markets. About 60 percent of the refinery’s production is destined for the aviation market. The company also owns and operates products terminals in Fairbanks and Anchorage that store and distribute asphalt, fuel oils, diesel, jet fuel and gasoline refined at the North Pole Refinery. The Anchorage Terminal receives products from the North Pole Refinery via Alaska Railroad tank cars, annually offloading about 22,000 rail cars. That product is then distributed locally and to locations along Alaska's coastline. The Anchorage terminal facility can store more than 700,000 barrels. A pipeline system extends from the facility one-half mile to the Port of Anchorage and enables bulk fuel transfers to and from other terminals and vessels berthed at the municipality's petroleum, oil and lubricants docks. The terminal loads an average of 60 to 80 vessels annually. The Fairbanks Terminal stores, in bulk, jet fuel that is delivered by tanker truck from the refinery to the four vertical storage tanks. Jet fuel is loaded from tanks into 10,000-gallon aircraft refueling trucks called fuel tenders, or "DARTS" and delivered to airline customers. The DARTS fuel 18 to 24 flights per day. The terminal was built in the early 1970s. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Kinross Fort Knox ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Shannon & Wilson ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Shell Oil Company ___________________________________________________________________________________________ USKH USKH is a multi-discipline Architectural and Engineering firm, qualified to provide a wide variety of services including architecture, landscape architecture, planning, surveying, environmental, and engineering — civil, structural, transportation, mechanical, and electrical. The comprehensive experience of USKH staff is significant. As project managers and designers on thousands of projects requiring a vast range of services, our staff has gained exceptional understanding and skills that we put to work for our clients. USKH is prepared to apply both traditional design solutions and to find innovative approaches to tackle ordinary, unique, and evolving challenges. We love what we do, and it shows in our projects. Founded in 1972, we celebrate our 40th anniversary this year. Growing from a one-man operation to a firm with seven offices in Alaska and Pacific Northwest, USKH now employs more than 120 people. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ **Attending company listing last updated 9/13/2012**

Seating Preference:

Indicate your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd choices of companies you would like to be seated with on the dropdown list below. Please note that seating reservations are made on a first come first serve basis and the number of seat available with each attending company is limited. Certain companies will have more seats available than others. The likelihood of being seated with a company of your choice is entirely dependent upon how quickly you, relative to other students, purchased an admission ticket and are making this reservation. __________________________________________________________________________ (~) indicates a attending company that is not sponsoring a table


Please have your admission ticket ready to present at the admission table to receive entry to the dinner. _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Standby Late Admission - $25 Available only if space is available. Please see event organizers at admission table the day of the event. Payment by cash or check only.


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Evening Attire:

The recommended dress for the evening is business formal. ______________________________________________________________________________ For more information, a helpful article can be found at the following link:

Thank You!

We look forward to seeing you at the Energy Week 2012 Engineering Connections Dinner. Kind Regards, UAF Collegiate Society of Women Engineers & American Society of Civil Engineers _______________________________________________________________________________ Questions? UAF Society of Women Engineers ( Andy Chamberlain, President UAF American Society of Civil Engineers ( Sally Starn, President UAF Society of Women Engineers (

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