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The company changed its name from Amerada Hess to Hess Corporation in May 2006

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1 September 2009

[PDF] Carbon Disclosure Project 2009 - Global 500 Report

Author: Carbon Disclosure Project

Following the increase in the number of CDP signatories, the standard of disclosure over the past seven years since the inception of CDP has increased dramatically... The number of Asian companies responding to CDP 2009 increasedby 39% (51 to 71) from...

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31 August 2009

Green Rankings - the 2009 list

Author: Newsweek

Our exclusive environmental ranking of America's 500 largest corporations. [Top 5: HP, Dell, Johnson & Johnson, Intel, IBM]

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31 August 2009

Newsweek publishes "Green Rankings" - largest 500 US firms ranked on climate change efforts

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5 August 2009

ViewPoint: The Looting of Equatorial Guinea

Author: Arvind Ganesan, Human Rights Watch, on Sea Change Radio [USA]

...Equatorial Guinea...[is] the fourth largest oil-producer in sub-Saharan Africa. ExxonMobil, Hess and Marathon are all there... Under [Teodoro Obiang Nguema], Equatorial Guinea basically has no free press, no independent judiciary, or independent...

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10 July 2009
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Author: Marina Litvinsky, Inter Press Service (IPS)

Le gouvernement de la Guinée Equatoriale a pillé des milliards de dollars des recettes du pétrole au lieu d’améliorer les vies de ses citoyens, a déclaré 'Human Rights Watch' (HRW) dans un rapport publié jeudi. Le rapport, intitulé "Riche en pétrole :...

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9 July 2009

Equatorial Guinea: Human Rights Watch criticises use of oil profits by govt., says funds not being used to lift citizens out of poverty

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9 July 2009
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Author: Human Rights Watch

El Gobierno de Guinea Ecuatorial ha llegado a un nivel muy bajo en su manejo de los miles de millones de dólares procedentes del petróleo, en lugar de mejorar las vidas de sus ciudadanos, señaló Human Rights Watch…El grueso de las inversiones en la...

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9 July 2009

Oil Corruption in Equatorial Guinea

Author: Jad Mouawad, New York Times

… A new report [about Equatorial Guinea by]…Human Rights Watch, released Thursday in Spain, recaps much of what can go wrong when powerful oil interests encounter a corrupt and ruthless dictatorship…“Companies in the oil business have been anxious to...

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9 July 2009

Well Oiled - Oil and Human Rights in Equatorial Guinea

Author: Human Rights Watch

Oil revenues have provided the Equatoguinean government with the money needed to do a much better job realizing their citizens’ economic and social rights. Government officials have [used]… public funds for personal gain at the expense of providing key...

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13 March 2009

[PDF] CRO’s 100 best corporate citizens 2009

Author: CRO Magazine [USA]

[Top five placed companies: Bristol Myers-Squibb, General Mills, IBM, Merck & Co., HP]

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