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In the Media: The Wall Street Journal

  • WSJ op-ed
04.24.2015
In a Wall Street Journal op-ed, CEO John Hess outlines the need to lift the outdated ban on U.S. crude oil exports.

Calling the ban "a relic," Hess explains that producers could earn $5-$14 more per barrel by selling on the world market. "Crude produced in the U.S. is literally trapped here," he writes.

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