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  • North Dakota operations
03.27.2015
Hess was highlighted in "Bakken, Not Beaten," a feature article in the March issue of Oil and Gas Investor.

Hess President and COO Greg Hill explained how Hess has sustained shale success through advances that allow wells to be drilled at lower cost and generate higher performance.

He said a key element of that success has been the employment of the Lean manufacturing method. He added that the company is also working on improving well performance.  "We know we are drilling some of the lowest-cost wells in the play," Hill said. "We also know our productivity is well above average for the industry, and that's not just due to geological position."

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