Hess Corporation Publishes 2017 Sustainability Report
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Hess Corporation Publishes 2017 Sustainability Report

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07.10.2018
Hess published its 2017 Sustainability Report today, providing a comprehensive review of the company’s strategy and performance on safety, environmental, social and governance programs and initiatives. An electronic version is available at http://www.hess.com/sustainability/sustainability-reports.

“Our company is committed to developing oil and gas resources in a responsible and sustainable manner,” CEO  John Hess  said. “Sustainability practices are an integral part of our strategy and operations because they create value for our shareholders and make a positive difference for the world around us.”

2017 highlights include:

  • Reducing both its 2017 workforce recordable incident rate and lost time incident rate by 38 percent compared with 2016
  • Decreasing flaring and greenhouse gas emission intensities from operated assets by 38 percent and 23 percent, respectively, through 2017 versus a 2014 baseline

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