b'if commitments from new financial institutions are added. In February 2018, the LC Facility wasincreased to $73.0 million to facilitate the issuance of additional letters of credit. In July 2018 andDecember 2018, the LC Facility size was voluntarily reduced to $40.0 million and $20.0 million,respectively, based on the expiration of several large outstanding letters of credit.In November 2018, Kosmos repurchased 35 million shares of our common stock from fundsaffiliated with Warburg Pincus LLC in a privately negotiated transaction at a price per share of $5.38per share. The total aggregate purchase price for the share repurchase was approximately$188.0 million.In December 2018, Kosmos changed its jurisdiction of incorporation from Bermuda to the State ofDelaware (the Redomestication). Kosmos Energy Ltd. discontinued as a Bermuda exemptedcompany pursuant to Section 132G of the Companies Act 1981 of Bermuda and, pursuant toSection 265 of the DGCL, continued its existence under the DGCL as a corporation organized in theState of Delaware. The Company did not change its name in connection with the Redomestication andthe Companys common stock will continue to trade on the NYSE and the LSE under the symbolKOS. See Item 1. BusinessCorporate Information for additional detail.Following our Redomestication, Kosmos Energy Ltd., will file a consolidated U.S income taxreturn with its wholly-owned U.S. subsidiaries, subject to a 21% U.S. statutory tax rate. Prior to theRedomestication Kosmos Energy Ltd.s pre-tax losses were subject to a 0% Bermuda statutory tax rate.GhanaJubileeDuring the year ended December 31, 2018, Jubilee production averaged approximately78,000 bopd as two new producer wells were brought online during 2018. Production from these wells,together with enhancements to gas handling capacity, is expected to increase production towards theFPSO nameplate capacity of 120,000 bopd. The Jubilee turret remediation work is progressing asplanned. Kosmos and its partners completed the lifting and locking of the main turret bearing, and therotation of the vessel to its final heading in the second half of 2018. Permanent spread mooring of thevessel is expected to be completed around mid-year 2019.The financial impact of lower Jubilee production due to the turret bearing issue, as well as theadditional expenditures associated with the damage to the turret bearing, is mitigated through acombination of the comprehensive Hull and Machinery insurance (H&M), procured by the operator,Tullow, on behalf of the Jubilee Unit partners, and the corporate Loss of Production Income (LOPI)insurance procured by Kosmos.Tweneboa, Enyenra and Ntomme (TEN)During the year ended December 31, 2018, TEN production averaged approximately 64,500 bopdas one new producer well at Ntomme came online. Kosmos expects a second new production well, dueto be brought online in in the first quarter of 2019, to increase production towards the FPSOnameplate capacity. The TEN FPSO has previously been tested at rates above the 80,000 bopdnameplate capacity, and Kosmos expects to further test this capacity in 2019 as additional wells comeonline.OtherA second rig, which arrived in Ghana in September 2018, is being used for drilling operations, withthe first rig set up for a continuous completion program. Taking advantage of low rig rates in thecurrent environment is expected to accelerate the addition of new wells in Ghana, increasing Jubileeand TEN production towards their FPSO capacities.76'