est and is operator of the Deepwater Tano Cape Three Points license. The Ghana National Petroleum Corporation holds a 10% carried interest in the block. The company has drilled seven successful exploration wells on the block. In 2013, the company submitted appraisal plans for each of the seven discoveries to the Ghanaian government for approval. Asia and Other In 2013, the company sold its Natuna A Field, located off the coast of Indonesia. It old its Pangkah asset, located off the coast of Indonesia in January 2014. In 2013, the company sold its interests in Azerbaijan in the Caspian Sea. Joint Development Area of Malaysia/Thailand (JDA): The company owns an interest in Block A-18 of the JDA in the Gulf of Thailand. Malaysia: The company’s production in Malaysia comes from its interest in Block PM301, which is adjacent to and is unitized with Block A-18 of the JDA where the natural gas is processed. It also owns a 50% interest and is the operator of Blocks PM302, PM325 and PM326B located in the North Malay Basin, offshore Peninsular Malaysia, where a multi-phase natural gas development project is underway. Indonesia: The company’s production in Indonesia came from its interests offshore in the operated Ujung Pangkah asset and the outside operated Natuna A Field. Thailand: The company’s production in Thailand comes from the outside operated offshore Pailin Field and the operated onshore Sinphuhorm Block. Azerbaijan: The company sold its interests in the Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli (ACG) fields, in the Caspian Sea, and in the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil transportation pipeline company in 2013. Australia: The company holds an interest in an exploration license covering approximately 780,000 acres in the Carnarvon Basin offshore Western Australia (WA-390-P Block, also known as Equus). The company has drilled 13 natural gas discoveries. In addition, the company has approximately 1.7 million net acres in the Canning Basin, onshore Western Australia, where seismic re-processing and aero-magnetic surveys and interpretation were ongoing during 2013. Brunei: The company has an interest in Block CA-1. In 2012, the operator drilled two wells, Jagus East and Julong East, which both encountered hydrocarbons. These wells are being evaluated and seismic processing is ongoing. Kurdistan Region of Iraq: The company is the operator and has an 80% paying interest (64% working interest) in the Dinarta and Shakrok exploration blocks, which have a combined area of approximately 670 square miles. China: In 2013, the company signed a production sharing agreement with China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) to evaluate unconventional oil and gas resource opportunities covering approximately 200,000 gross acres in the Santanghu Basin. MARKETING AND REFINING As of December 31, 2013, the company had 1,350 HESS retail gasoline stations, including stations owned by its WilcoHess joint venture. The company’s gasoline stations are in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Florida, Massachusetts, North Carolina and South Carolina. History Hess Corporation was founded in 1920. The company, a Delaware corporation, was incorporated in 1920.
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