Hess

Hess

New York, New York, United States
New York United States
Employees:
2,300
Market Cap:
$14.7 billion
Revenue:
$4.85 billion
5 Year Trend:
33.9%
Net Income:
$-6.08 billion
NYSE:
HES

Hess Corporation "HES", formerly Amerada Hess Corporation "AHC", is a global independent energy company engaged in the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas. Hess, headquartered in New York City, placed #394 in the 2016 list of Fortune 500 corporations. Wikipedia

Hess

New York, New York, United States
New York United States
Employees:
2,300
Market Cap:
$14.7 billion
Revenue:
$4.85 billion
5 Year Trend:
33.9%
Net Income:
$-6.08 billion
NYSE:
HES

Hess Corporation "HES", formerly Amerada Hess Corporation "AHC", is a global independent energy company engaged in the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas. Hess, headquartered in New York City, placed #394 in the 2016 list of Fortune 500 corporations. Wikipedia

Aug 31, 9:53 PM

Our hearts go out to all those affected by the devastating and unprecedented damage of Hurricane Harvey. Our continued priority in the aftermath of the storm is to ensure the safety of our workforce and operations. Hess is supporting our Houston communitys immediate recovery and longer term rebuilding efforts with $1M in contributions for disaster relief efforts to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. And we will be matching employee donations to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, the American Red Cross and United Way of Houston.

Jul 31, 8:14 PM

Lean manufacturing has allowed Hess to drive down well drilling and completion costs. Our journey toward Lean has helped us continue drilling more productive wells at lower cost. http://bit.ly/2vgpaBC

Jul 25, 4:55 PM

Lessons learned from Lean techniques in the Bakken helped Hess improve drilling performance in the Danish North Sea. Now, our Phase III of the South Arne field is expected to make the asset as much as 50% more productive. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2eL4HPa

Jul 11, 2:54 PM

Join Hess General Manager of North Dakota, Brent Lohnes, on the Energy Matters radio show today discussing how the innovative use of technology is helping us reduce emissions from oil and gas operations in North Dakota.