A Structural Change at Hess?
Nov 16th 2012 6:50PM
Updated Nov 16th 2012 6:52PM
In this video, Motley Fool Energy Analyst Joel South tells us about several structural changes at Hess (NYS: HES) , including a predicted spinoff of its refining and downstream sections. This had some investors selling off Hess shares when the price bump from the spinoff came. He tells us what Hess is going to be focusing on going forward, including growing reserves and production, and why Hess is still a very strong company with a lot of good diversification with oil and natural gas.
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