The creditors of a bankrupt Hess Corp subsidiary have asked a U.S. judge to dismiss the company's bankruptcy case, saying it serves no purpose other than to protect Hess from lawsuits related to asbestos exposure at a Virgin Islands oil refinery. The creditors allege that Hess, a $37 billion energy company, is abusing U.S. bankruptcy laws to dodge 900 claims stemming from asbestos contamination at a St. Croix refinery that it operated for decades, according to a motion filed Thursday in Houston bankruptcy court.
BISMARCK, N.D., September 23, 2022--North Dakota Tribal College System Announces Statewide Apprenticeship Program in Partnership with Hess Corporation, Halliburton and Nabors Industries
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