Hess in the Media: Oil & Gas Journal Section Showcases Stampede Project
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Hess in the Media: Oil & Gas Journal Section Showcases Stampede Project

  • Hess Tubular Bells Stampede Project
10.03.2018
Hess has capitalized on its proven track record in the Gulf of Mexico with the successful project execution of the Stampede field — one of the largest undeveloped fields in the Gulf. A special section published recently by Oil & Gas Journal describes how Hess’ leading capabilities in deepwater development and top-quartile performance in offshore drilling and project delivery overcame complex technical challenges to achieve first oil. "Stampede reflects our company’s commitment to help meet the world’s future supply needs in a period of industry underinvestment," said Greg Hill, Hess President and Chief Operating Officer.
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