b'U.S. Gulf of Mexico (Operated and Non-operated)After the major well control incident and oil release in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico in 2010, the U.S.Department of Interior updated regulations which govern the type, amount and capabilities of responseequipment that needs to be available to operators to respond to similar incidents. These regulationsalso dictate the type and frequency of training that operating personnel need to receive anddemonstrate proficiency in. Kosmos also has an Oil Spill Response Plan (OSRP) which is approvedby the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE). This OSRP would be activated ifneeded in the event of an oil spill or containment event in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico. Kosmos joinedseveral cooperatives that were established to meet the requirements of the new regulations. For cappingand containment, Kosmos joined the Helix Well Containment Group (HWCG) consortium whosecapabilities include; (i) two dual ram capping stacks rated at 15,000 psi and 10,000 psi respectively,(ii) intervention equipment to cap and contain a well with the mechanical and structural integrity to beshut in at depths up to 10,000 feet, and (iii) the ability to capture and process 130,000 barrels of fluidper day and 220 Mcf of gas per day. Kosmos is also a member of the Clean Gulf Associate (CGA)Oil Spill Cooperative, which provides oil spill response capabilities to meet regulatory requirements.Equipment and services include a High Volume Open Sea Skimming System (HOSS), dedicated oilspill response vessels strategically positioned along the U.S. gulf coast, dispersant and dispersantdelivery systems, various types of spill response booms and mobile wildlife rehabilitation equipment.Due to federal regulations, all of the HWCG and CGA equipment is dedicated to U.S. operations andcannot be utilized outside the country.EmployeesAs of December 31, 2018, we had approximately 380 employees. None of these employees arerepresented by labor unions or covered by any collective bargaining agreement. We believe thatrelations with our employees are satisfactory.Corporate InformationOn December 28, 2018, we changed our jurisdiction of incorporation from Bermuda to the Stateof Delaware, USA. Kosmos Energy Ltd. discontinued as a Bermuda exempted company pursuant toSection 132G of the Companies Act 1981 of Bermuda and, pursuant to Section 265 of the GeneralCorporation Law of the State of Delaware (the DGCL), continued its existence under the DGCL asa corporation organized in the State of Delaware. This transaction is referred to as theRedomestication. The business, assets and liabilities of the Company and its subsidiaries on aconsolidated basis, as well as its principal locations and fiscal year, were the same immediately after theRedomestication as they were immediately prior to the Redomestication. In addition, the directors andexecutive officers of the Company immediately after the Redomestication were the same individualswho were directors and executive officers, respectively, of the Company immediately prior to theRedomestication.The Company did not change its name in connection with the Redomestication. In theRedomestication, each of the outstanding common shares of Kosmos Energy Ltd., an exemptedcompany incorporated pursuant to the laws of Bermuda, were automatically converted by operation oflaw, on a one-for-one basis, into shares of common stock of Kosmos Energy Ltd., a companyincorporated pursuant to the laws of Delaware. Consequently, each holder of a Kosmos Energy Ltd.common share now holds a share of Kosmos Energy Ltd.s common stock in each case representing thesame proportional equity interest in the Company as that shareholder held prior to theRedomestication. The number of shares of the Companys common stock outstanding immediately afterthe Redomestication was the same as the number of common shares of Kosmos Energy Ltd.outstanding immediately prior to the Redomestication. In connection with the Redomestication, the40'