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Hess Corp. contributes $10K to EGCC scholars

September 1, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — Hess Corp., a leading global independent energy company, has partnered with Eastern Gateway Community College Foundation Inc....

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Sep-04-13 12:23 PM

teeny, tiny donation..have a look at the home of David Kozel of Texas Keystone(he isn't enjoying it due to fantastically shocking charges against him! Salaries of gas executives? wow, astronomical! damage to our water and air? priceless! what do the workers make? no union, no insurance and bad, bad working conditions.

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Sep-05-13 6:47 PM

It's their money to do with as they choose, and they give to many others as well. They could probably give more if their tax burden was reduced. If you think you'd be a better exec go to school and get the education required for the job, work your way up through the company, and put your livelihood on the line for the types of decisions you will have to make. Water and air? Even the EPA can't prove that fracking has a negative environmental impact. Nobody is forcing anybody to roughneck; in fact, the industry is providing jobs with which unskilled laborers can raise families. These laborers include those laid off from union mills. The laborers don't want back into that mess.

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