INFRASTRUCTURE

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Alaska is prepared to work with businesses which are poised to grow. Alaska’s industrial, commercial, and multi-purpose infrastructure supports the states existing industries including oil and gas, mining, seafood, tourism, timber, and logistics. In addition, the state employs specific tools to assist both growing industries and new industries to develop purpose-built, right-sized, sustainable infrastructure to enable economic success.

Alaskan infrastructure connects all parts of the State, whether by air, water, land, or digitally and increased connectivity continues to be a priority. The below provides an overview of the State’s existing key infrastructure:

Alaska invests in industrial infrastructure development in partnership with private industry and the state’s development finance corporation, the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA). AIDEA has a history of supporting development by financing the construction of industrial roads, pads, ports, warehouses, terminals, complexes, and other associated infrastructure.