Hess Ranked Top Oil and Gas Company on 2019 Best Corporate Citizens List
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Hess Ranked Top Oil and Gas Company on 2019 Best Corporate Citizens List

  • Hess Ranked on CR Magazine Best Corporate Citizens List 2019
05.15.2019
Hess has earned a place as the No. 1 oil and gas company on Corporate Responsibility magazine’s prestigious list of 100 Best Corporate Citizens of 2019. The annual list recognizes public companies across the U.S. for outstanding environmental, social and governance transparency and performance.

Hess is ranked No. 30 on the 2019 list, moving up 10 places from last year’s ranking. The company has been named to the list each of the last 12 years.

“We see sustainability as fundamental to our long term strategy and performance, supporting our purpose to be the world’s most trusted energy partner,” said John Hess, CEO. “We are proud to once again be recognized for the quality of our environmental, social and governance performance and disclosure.”

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