Member of UN Global Compact
The company changed its name from Amerada Hess to Hess Corporation in May 2006
Supporter of Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative
Author: John Bolender, ZNet
Today, the oil contractors are Exxon Mobil and Amerada Hess, and the amount of oil is estimated to be at least one billion barrels...Recently, there has been a campaign led by Tony Blair and human rights activists, including Christian Aid, a campaign...
Author: Svetlana Tsalik, Caspian Revenue Watch, Open Society Institute
[This report] calls for greater accountability, transparency, and public oversight in the oil and natural gas industries of Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. It urges foreign oil companies, their home governments, and international financial institutions to...
- Related companies: AGIP (part of Eni) Attila Dogan BP Chevron China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) ConocoPhillips Devon Energy EnCana ExxonMobil Hess Corporation INPEX JAPEX Lukarco (joint venture Lukoil & Arco) Lukoil Mitsui Moncrief Oil OIEC Repsol YPF Shell Statoil Unocal (part of Chevron) Wintershall
- Related companies: Hess Corporation
chapter 5 of "Making a Killing: The Business of War": The Curious Bonds of Oil Diplomacy [Equatorial Guinea]
Author: Sunday Dare, Center for Public Integrity
...The 23-year-old regime of President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo has been criticized for allowing the oil companies to exploit Equatorial Guinea’s oil riches with little obvious benefit to the people. [includes reference to ExxonMobil, Amerada...
- Related stories: "Making a Killing: The Business of War" (11-part series by Intl. Consortium of Investigative Journalists)
- Related companies: Chevron ExxonMobil Hess Corporation Marathon Oil
Author: Carol Nahra, OneWorld UK
Burma Campaign UK launched a campaign last week aimed at persuading energy firm Amerada Hess to withdraw its 25 percent stake in the British company Premier Oil, which operates a major pipeline in Myanmar