25 for a national plan to expand Ghana’s gas infrastructure to meet the country’s domestic power needs in a cost-efficient and sustainable way. Oil production from the TEN fields began in 2016 and increased in 2017 due to prudent and sustainable management of existing wells resulting in a gradual ramp up in production. Total oil produced from TEN in 2017 was 20,452,577 bbls averaging 56,034 bopd. Total gas produced by the TEN fields in 2017 was 26,818 mmscf, or 73 mmscf of gas per day in 2017. The Greater Jubilee Full Field Development Plan was approved by the Ghana Ministry of Energy in late 2017. The plan sets out the integrated development of the Jubilee field and the Mahogany and Teak discoveries located in the West Cape Three Points block. As a result, we commenced new drilling in the field in the first half of 2018, together with drilling in the TEN fields due to the resolution of the border dispute between Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire. Prioritizing Safety and the Environment Our active monitoring of safety and environmental compliance in Ghana contributed to strong HSE performance in 2017. There were no environmental incidents or Lost Time Incidents (LTIs) for any of Kosmos’ operations in Ghana in 2017, continuing our record of zero LTIs since 2012. We continued to invest in safety training throughout the year, which helped sustain performance gains achieved in prior years. Tullow Oil, as operator, reports on the safety and environmental performance for Jubilee and TEN operations. Our staff in Ghana receives behavioral safety training each year in addition to annual training on Kosmos’ Health, Safety, and Environment policies and standards. These trainings are mandatory. We believe they contribute to our strong safety record in Ghana. Grievance Mechanism Although we did not operate any drilling activities in Ghana in 2017, we continued to maintain our community-level grievance mechanism in the Western Region. Our formal grievance mechanism provides a communication channel for members of the community to raise concerns about our operations or submit complaints. We visit the Western Region to remind communities of the grievance mechanism, how it works, and how it can be accessed. Through continuous engagement, we empower community leaders to assist those people with grievances navigate the system. Although we did not receive any new grievances in 2017, three grievances registered through the formal channel were outstanding at the end of 2016 and resolved in 2017. These grievances concerned our social investment projects in the Western Region. To supplement our formal grievance mechanism, we have stationed Community Liaison Officers (CLOs) in Kosmos-branded offices in local villages. We distribute contact numbers and e-mail addresses for the CLOs as well as directions to their local community offices. The CLOs are an important part of our approach to managing grievances, in that they solicit and respond to feedback from community members. The Kosmos CLOs also work in close collaboration with the CLOs from our co-venturer Tullow, so that they are fully up to date with Tullow-led operations in the Jubilee and TEN fields. ENGAGEMENT AND LISTENING As a long-term partner in Ghana, Kosmos regularly engages with a wide range of stakeholders, including local communities, suppliers, civil society, media, and academia. We communicate regularly with these stakeholders to understand their concerns about our industry and its impact on the country. We share information that improves mutual understanding of the role of the oil and gas industry. Outreach to Local Communities The area directly onshore from the Jubilee and TEN fields includes the six coastal districts of the Western Region, where we have centered much of our local community engagement. In the Western Region, our key stakeholders are the fourteen traditional councils within the six coastal districts, the Fish Processors’ Associations of Ankobra and Ekpu Communities, as well as communities where we have ongoing social investment projects. We join community meetings held by the Jubilee and TEN fields’ operator. We use these sessions to provide The FPSO John Evans Atta Mills produces oil at the Tweneboa, Enyenra, and Ntomme (TEN) fields.