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Calista's New Shareholder Hires


August 5, 2014

Calista Corporation Welcomes Shareholder Hires

(Anchorage, Alaska) - Calista Corporation proudly welcomes Shareholders George Owletuck and Kirsten Kinegak-Friday to the team of employees. Both have impressive resumes and bring several years of experience to the corporation.

Owletuck is the government relations liaison and is responsible for coordinating, developing and conducting activities related to federal, state and local government relations. Owletuck served in the U.S. Air Force and has previously worked for the late U.S. Senator Ted Stevens. He is a former University of Alaska Fairbanks professor and has held numerous leadership positions in the areas of fisheries, the environment and natural resources.

Kinegak-Friday is associate general counsel at Calista. She is a graduate of Stanford University and University of California, Los Angeles School of Law. Her main legal focus has been on Alaska Native Corporations...

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Twice the Heat, Half the Fuel


August 13, 2014

New Equipment Helps Alaskan Companies Reduce Carbon Footprint

Fuel Use Cut by Half

(Anchorage, Alaska) - Brice Equipment, a subsidiary of Calista Corporation, has invested in two new pieces of equipment that will help companies operating in Alaska greatly reduce their fuel consumption and dramatically lower carbon emissions. Brice Equipment is the only Alaska dealer for the JetHeat Micro-Turbine Heater, the most advanced industrial heater on the market. It's the only diesel-fired portable heater in the world converting over 98% of fuel input into useable heat output. The result is a savings of over $500 per day in fuel. The JetHeat offers substantially reduced CO2, NOx and SO2 emissions, meeting stringent air permitting requirements.

"JetHeat uses less than half the fuel of any comparable heater on the market. As a result it is carbon neutral," said Barry Lindquist, General Manager of Brice Equipment. "The exhaust...

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