Peak Oilfield Service Co.

From its headquarters in Anchorage, Alaska, Peak Oilfield Service Co. provides quality, affordable construction, maintenance, industrial cleaning, power generation and transportation services to resource development companies. Peak relies on its team of craftsmen, technical expertise, top-notch equipment and a focus on safety and the environment to meet customer needs at any given job site.

From its North Slope, Anchorage, Valdez and Kenai Peninsula offices, Peak supports the oil and gas industry thanks to the capabilities of employees and partnerships with customers, which include long-term relationships with some of the leading resource development companies in the industry. Many oil, gas and chemical companies rely heavily on the maintenance, support and construction services Peak can provide.

Divisional Thinking
The company is organized into several divisions. Its North Slope operation in Prudhoe Bay provides services such as crane services, ice road construction, drilling support and general civil work. Its Deadhorse location has a 200-man camp; office facilities; facilities for steam cleaning, washing and fueling; shops for equipment repair and maintenance, welding, fabrication, carpentry, tire repair and paint and sand blasting; a materials warehouse; and portable buildings for off-site work.

Peak works with an array of oil companies in Prudhoe Bay, including ConocoPhillips, BP, Exxon, Eni, Brooks Range and Anadarko. Some of its recent Prudhoe Bay projects include a multi-year crane support project with Eni, a joint effort with Nabors Alaska Drilling to provide trucking and crane support to BP, barging support for Exxon’s Point Thomson project and the offloading and moving of Doyon Drilling’s Rig 25.

Providing drilling and trucking support services to companies like ConocoPhillips, Eni and BP is the norm for Peak’s North Slope operations. It also is responsible for moving most of the North Slope’s drill rigs. Other Peak North Slope services include Ford warranty repair, and light and heavy-duty maintenance services, light and heavy load hauling.

As for Peak’s Cook Inlet area office, it opened in Kenai, Alaska, in 1991 to offer construction and maintenance services to the region’s petrochemical industry. It works out of an 11-acre site that is near the Nikiski Dock and OSK Heliport and perfectly position to provide service to the oil and gas fields on Cook Inlet’s east side.

The company has enhanced its ties to the industry by acquiring a local oilfield trucking company and additional property in Nikiski. Today, the company’s Cook Inlet equipment fleet includes 375 units of fixed and mobile equipment.

Peak’s Cook Inlet services include construction, drilling support, trucking, facility operations and maintenance support, crane services and project management. Peak also invested in a 12,000-square-foot mechanic shop so it can better maintain its equipment fleet.

Then there is Peak’s Valdez division. The company offers tank cleaning services to the oil industry in the region. Its equipment fleet includes DOT-certified vacuum trucks, roll-off trucks, high/low pressure washers, pipe cleaners and other pumps and cleaning equipment. Peak is responsible for performing Alyeska’s Above Ground Storage tank cleaning process along the Trans-Alaska Pipeline and at the Marine Terminal in Valdez.

Precise and Civil
Another division is Precision Power, which became a Peak division in 1999. Precision Power’s focus is on sales, installation and maintenance of AC and DC power systems throughout Alaska. Its capabilities include sales and service of prime power and standby generation systems; designing controls and switchgear to customers specifications; and design and construction of customized modular power plants.

Precision Power can also creating three-phase and single-phase uninterruptible power systems; provide lead-acid and nickel cadmium stationary batteries; offer battery disposal services; offer DC power equipment and hybrid remote power systems; and build ETL Listed modular power plants.

The youngest division in the Peak family is Peak Civil Technologies, which was founded in December 2006 as a division of Peak Oilfield Service Company. It offers engineering, project management, logistical support and creative solutions to non-traditional construction challenges from Prudhoe Bay to Petersburg. Peak Civil Technologies’ main competencies include push piers, helical piers, slab jacking, dust suppression, soil stabilization, concrete foundation repair and deep injection chemical grouting.

Ultimately, it is Peak’s efforts around recruiting the best possible job candidates and an unrivaled emphasis on safety training and quality work that keep raising the bar and enhancing its reputation in the industry. EMI