Exploration Support Services
From mobilization of camps, constructing ice roads & pads, to handling fluids and moving rigs, we support all aspects of drilling operations. Our specialty fleet of equipment can transport your camps and rigs to remote sites without damaging or disturbing the ground. Once weather conditions allow, we provide construction and maintenance services for ice roads. As soon as drilling is underway, our rig moving equipment can safely move modules of 1 million pounds or more.
Ice Road Construction, Drilling Support & Logistics (Mobilization & Rig Moving)
Where We Operate
- Hire 100-150 new personnel every year
- Miles of ice roads completed:
- 85 miles of in 2016
- 75 miles in 2015
- 95 miles in 2014
- Zero recordable safety incidents in last 5 years
2013 – Peak mobilized rig support crew and equipment to the town of Nenana, in Interior Alaska in support exploration drilling program. Equipment was barged across the Nenana River, and the Arctic fox drill rig was transported along a gravel access road to the remote locations. Peak provided the necessary rig support services to complete the project.
2014-2015 – Peak mobilized a construction camp and ice road crew 25 miles south of Deadhorse along the Dalton Highway. Ice road crews constructed 18 miles of ice roads and almost 18 acres of ice pads west of the highway. The Nabors 106 drilling rig was mobilized to the project and Peak provided rig support for drilling support services.
2015-2016 – Peak mobilized two ice road crews to DS2L and Alpine CD1 in support of the Alpine Resupply Ice Road project. Between these two crews, Peak constructed 25 miles of ice road and 50 acres of ice pad. Peak has been a part of the Alpine Resupply Ice Road Project for the past 16 years, and has a well-known record of building quality ice roads, delivered on time and within budget.