Little Red Services



Dalton Highway Overflow updates

April 12th, 2015

According to the AK Department of Transportation and Public Facilities-

On March 13, 2015 crews with the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities (ADOT&PF) began working to keep overflow from the road. The overflow of the Dalton Highway is a result of water from the Sagavanirktok (Sag) River. River aufeis is accumulating in the bottom of the shallow and braided Sag River, this ice is pushing the flowing water to the top, though temperatures in the area remain below freezing. Experts predict that a perfect sequence of snowfall, temperatures and winds lined up to create this massive sheet of ice that expands for miles.

Regularly updated information and photos are available HERE or at

Photos ADOT&PF

Information and Updates regarding the Premera/ Blue Cross cyber-attack and patient data breach

March 18th, 2015

Premera has shared that attackers have gained unauthorized access to the Premera IT systems and may have accessed the personal information of our employees and other people they do business with. The privacy and security of our employees personal information is a top priority for Premera. Notice of the breach was addressed in the media today at noon Seattle time and Premera is sending letters to all employees affected by this cyberattack. 

At this time Premera is providing two years of free credit monitoring and identity theft protection services through Experian to affected individuals.  They have also established a dedicated member Hot Line at  800-768-5817, Monday through Friday, between 5:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Pacific Time.  More information on this topic, including directions on how to sign-up for credit monitoring and related services is available at

Premera regrets the frustration and concern this incident may cause and are taking additional actions to strengthen and enhance the security of their IT system.

Employees should be aware that Premera will not be emailing or making unsolicited telephone calls in regards to this attack. Any such contact should be viewed as a phishing attempt and employees should not gave out any personal information if they are contacted. 

We will provide additional information as it is available.


May 22nd, 2014

After many months of planning and preparation, Arctic Slope Regional Corporation is pleased to announce the acquisition of Little Red Services, Inc. (LRS). LRS has been in operation for more than 30 years and provides “hot oil” and other well services on the North Slope.

“It’s an exciting day for ASRC,” said Rex A. Rock, Sr., president and CEO of ASRC. “I believe the nature of LRS’ services positions the Company for long-term growth as North Slope producers seek to increase production, as a result of oil tax reform.”

“I speak for LRS employees when I say we are excited to join the ASRC family of companies,” added Doug Smith, LRS president and CEO. “ASRC and LRS have a shared commitment to the Alaska oil & gas industry, and I believe the combination of oil tax reform and the financial support of ASRC will allow LRS to expand and improve the services we have provided to North Slope producers for more than 3 decades.”

As a wholly-owned subsidiary of ASRC, LRS will be operated separately from ASRC Energy Services, Inc. (AES). This operating structure will help to protect LRS’ brand and allows the management teams at LRS and AES to focus on what they do best.

ASRC-LRS Acquisition Press Release

Braving the Elements at Work and at Home

March 5th, 2013

LRS was a very proud sponsor of our very own Adam VanZant and race partner Louis Miller IV in their efforts running the “World’s Longest Toughest Snowmobile Race”- the 2013 Iron Dog!


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Hope to see you on the trail again next year!