The 1,256 Hess gas stations are located along the East Coast in Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, D.C., Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia, as of 2014. Hess gas stations are also located in Indonesia. To find a Hess station in a specific area, customers can visit HessExpress online or download the HessExpress app.
The Hess logo is scheduled to disappear from all Hess gas stations between 2014 and 2017 because the Marathon Petroleum Company purchased the Hess corporation. Marathon plans to turn the Hess stations into Speedway stations. The Hess corporation plans to remain in business as a crude oil and natural gas production and exploration company with operations on land and sea in the United States, Algeria, Australia, China, Denmark, Equatorial Guinea, Ghana, Iraq, Lybia, Malaysia, Norway, and the Malaysia and Thailand Joint Development Area.
For Hess corporation enthusiasts, toy trucks are available for purchase. The first Hess truck, the Hess tanker trailer, was made in 1964 and featured fully operational head and tail lights and a fillable cargo tank. Since 1964, Hess released a miniature vehicle each year, including trucks, cars, motorcycles and airplanes. The 2014 model is a Hess miniature sport utility vehicle."