Hess Provides Update on Progress, Plans to Deliver Strong Cash Flow Growth and Increasing Returns Through 2025
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Hess Provides Update on Progress, Plans to Deliver Strong Cash Flow Growth and Increasing Returns Through 2025

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12.12.2018

Hess will provide a detailed update on progress in executing its strategy for long term value creation at its Investor Day today in Houston. The company’s plans through 2025 are expected to deliver strong performance.

“We are at a transformative inflection point in our company’s history and are uniquely positioned to deliver strong financial returns, visible and low risk production growth and accelerating free cash flow well into the next decade,” Chief Executive Officer  John Hess  said. “As our portfolio generates increasing free cash flow, we will continue to prioritize return of capital to shareholders.”

Presenters at today’s Hess Investor Day will include Chief Executive Officer  John Hess , Chief Operating Officer  Greg Hill , Chief Financial Officer  John Rielly  and other members of the leadership team. A live webcast of the meeting will be available on the Hess website from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Central Time today. The presentation and webcast also will be available for replay on the Hess website.

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