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1185 Avenue of the Americas

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New York, NY 10036

United States

Phone: 212-997-8500


terminal at the Tioga gas plant that has a CNG compression capacity of 17,000 diesel equivalent gallons per day. Tioga Rail Terminal: The Tioga rail terminal is a crude oil and natural gas liquids rail loading facility located in Tioga, North Dakota, which includes a dual loop track with 21 crude oil loading arms. The terminal has a crude oil loading capacity of approximately 140,000 barrels of oil per day (bopd), and an estimated natural gas liquids loading capacity of approximately 30,000 bopd. The terminal also has three crude oil storage tanks with a combined shell storage capacity of 287,000 barrels. Crude Oil Train Units: HIP owned a total of 1,215 crude oil rail cars that operate as unit trains each consisting of 100 to 110 crude oil rail cars to provide crude oil transportation services to various delivery points in the East Coast, West Coast and Gulf Coast regions of the United States as of December 31, 2015. The Bakken Midstream operating segment entered into a prepaid forward purchase and sales agreement with the company to provide an additional 550 crude oil rail cars beginning in 2015, of which 259 were delivered as of December 31, 2015. Ramberg Truck Facility: The Ramberg truck facility is a crude oil truck unloading and pipeline receipt terminal that receives crude oil by pipeline or truck. The facility has a combined pipeline and truck receipt capability of 176,000 bopd, and a redelivery capability of 130,000 bopd through pipelines that connect to both the Tioga rail terminal and onto third-party pipelines. Gathering Pipelines: HIP owns three major distinct gathering systems, which comprise approximately 3,000 miles of gathering pipelines and multiple compressor stations. These systems have a gross throughput capacity of approximately 200 mmcfd of gas and 50,000 bopd of liquids. Mentor Storage Terminal: The Mentor storage terminal consists of a propane storage cavern and rail and truck transloading facility located on approximately 40 acres in Mentor, Minnesota, with aggregate working storage capacity of approximately 328,000 boe. HIP owns 100% of Hess Midstream Partners LP, which is formed to own, operate, develop and acquire a set of midstream assets to provide fee-based services to both the company and third party crude oil and natural gas producers as a publicly traded master limited partnership upon the future completion of an initial public offering of limited partnership units. Dispositions In February 2015, the company sold its interest in its energy trading joint venture, Hartree Partners, LP. History Hess Corporation was founded in 1920. The company, a Delaware corporation, was incorporated in 1920.


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