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The Baker Hughes Anchorage complex houses our entire Anchorage-based team, promoting the synergies that lead to comprehensive market-driven solutions for challenges specific to Alaska. The complex includes a 22,000 square-foot repair and maintenance center for coiled tubing, conventional and high-end directional drilling and formation evaluation tools, artificial lift products and services, and throughtubing conveyed pumping systems tailored particularly for Alaska.
Our history of providing directional drilling services in Alaska stretches back over 50 years and is highlighted by planning and executing developments at Kuparuk, Prudhoe Bay and numerous satellite fields. Baker Hughes ran the first steerable motor and the first measurement-while-drilling operation in Alaska in 1983 and has been the preferred directional drilling provider on over 80% of all directional wells in the greater Cook Inlet area since 2005.