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Energy for All Alaska: Kristina Woolston, Quintillion

Kristina Woolston will offer a Quintillion update.

"Quintillion is pleased to announce its terrestrial fiber optic cable system in Alaska is complete and is in service! Quintillion’s land-based fiber optic cable system extends from Fairbanks to Deadhorse, Alaska, extending into western portions of Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, which boasts the largest oil field in North America. This land-based fiber system is critical to serving the oil and gas industry as it strives to innovate and create efficiencies in exploration and production. Quintillion is a wholesale capacity provider and service can be purchased by any retail provider of services to industry."

We meet in FEDC’s conference room at 330 Wendell Ave, Ste E (upstairs in the Hoppner Law Office building downtown). If anyone wants to listen in rather than attending in person, they can call FEDC’s conference line: 1-800-315-6338, access code: 61930#

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Tuesday, October 3, 2017 - 8:00am
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