BBNC

AcronymDefinition
BBNCBristol Bay Native Corporation (est. 1971; Anchorage, AK)
BBNCBriar Bush Nature Center (Abington Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania)
BBNCBomb Blast Net Curtains (explosion protection)
BBNCBrewskee-Ball National Championship (bar game tournament)
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Excitement is high, however, with Millrock and BBNC both appreciating the partnerships so far.
We are proud to engage with BBNC to responsibly explore for and develop mineral resources.
On behalf of the PetroCard Board of Directors and the BBNC Board of Directors and shareholders, we wish Steve all the best with his personal and family endeavors," said Joseph Chythlook, chairman of both the PetroCard and BBNC Boards.
Simmons & Company International is acting as financial advisor to Nabors in the sale of Peak to BBNC.
What sets BBNC aside from our counterpart ANCs [Alaska Native Corporations] is that we've paid those dividends consistently and predictably since 1978, so our shareholders can count on the BBNC dividend every quarter and count on it increasing over time," Metrokin says.
Roughly 65 percent of our assets are invested in controlling positions in actively managed subsidiary operating companies," says Jeff Sinz, senior vice president and chief financial officer of BBNC.
BBNC has set aside $35 million to explore further investments in the region.
Today, there is a new shift at BBNC and other corporations to add home-grown investment opportunities into the mix.
BBNC also has increased educational opportunities and boosted shareholder hire within its companies.
With an increase of independent oilfield company exploration and a renewed focus from major oil companies, BBNC believes the sector is poised for growth.
Sixty-five percent of our overall assets are focused on our subsidiary operations, 25 percent in passive investments, and the rest are corporate assets," says BBNC Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Scott Torrison.
BBNC annually Employees & Revenue provides support and Alaska: 1,338 Jason Metrokin, funding to nonprofit Worldwide: 4,480 President/CEO organizations and local initiatives that align with Alaska: $152.