JUBILEE WEST CAPE THREE POINTS BLOCK DEEPWATER TANO BLOCK GHANA Gulf of Guinea GHANA 2017 marked the tenth anniversary of our discovery of the Jubilee field in the Tano Basin offshore Ghana – one of the largest discoveries offshore West Africa in the previous two decades. Our successful fast-track development produced first oil within 42 months of the discovery. Kosmos is a non-operating co- venturer of the Jubilee Unit and the Tweneboa, Enyenra, and Ntomme (TEN) fields in Ghana, comprised of Tullow Oil, Anadarko Petroleum, PetroSA, and Ghana National Petroleum Company (GNPC). Tullow Oil is the operator of the Jubilee Unit and TEN fields, meaning it oversees operations related to oil and gas production. Although Kosmos does not oversee day-to-day operations of the Jubilee Unit and TEN fields, we take an active role in stakeholder engagement, secondment of top national talent, social investment programs, and other activities to help ensure Ghanaians receive benefits from hydrocarbon production. MANAGING OUR FOOTPRINT Total oil production from the Jubilee field in 2017 was 32,749,975 barrels, equivalent to an average of 89,726 barrels (bbls) of oil per day (bopd). Total gas production from the Jubilee field in 2017 was 44,231 million standard cubic feet (mmscf) of gas, of which 70%, equaling 30,980 mmscf, was exported to the Ghana National Gas Company’s onshore processing facility at Atuabo and onward flow to the Aboadze power plant for fuel to generate electricity. In addition to oil exports, Kosmos promotes the use of natural gas to generate power. Gas exports from the Jubilee field increased 15% in 2017. Kosmos continues to advocate PRODUCTION PHASE 1 PHASE 2 PHASE 3 PHASE 4 PHASE 5 PHASE 6