60 2017 PERFORMANCE DATA (CONTINUED) JOINT VENTURE SOCIAL INVESTMENT SPENDING (USD)5 Senegal (KBSL) $ 113,000 Equatorial Guinea (KTEGI) — SOCIAL 2015 2016 2017 SOCIAL INVESTMENT SPENDING (USD) Ghana $ 461,000 $ 833,000 $ 1,339,000 Jubilee Unit and TEN development project1 1,040,000 185,000 188,000 Mauritania2 396,000 305,000 55,000 Morocco 216,000 88,000 80,000 São Tomé and Príncipe3 — 69,000 200,000 Senegal2 106,000 422,000 24,000 Suriname 143,000 104,000 88,000 United States 510,000 462,000 611,000 Western Sahara 90,000 42,000 86,000 Other4 205,000 — — TOTAL $ 3,167,000 $ 2,510,000 $ 2,671,000 2015 2016 2017 GRIEVANCES LOGGED / GRIEVANCES RESOLVED Ghana 8/2 5/2 3/3 Mauritania 0/0 1/1 0/0 Morocco 0/0 0/0 28/27 Mauritania 0/0 1/1 0/0 São Tomé & Príncipe N/A N/A 1/1 Senegal 1/1 0/0 0/0 Suriname 0/0 0/0 0/0 Western Sahara 0/0 0/0 0/0 We define Social Investment Spending as payments that will directly impact the constituents of social investment projects. Not reflected in the numbers below are indirect costs related to social investment, such as needs assessments and reimbursable expenses incurred by our in-country social investment personnel. All of the Social Investment Spend is for Kosmos-initiated projects, with the exception of the Jubilee Unit and TEN Development Project in Ghana and our non-operated share of the contractually obligated social investment for block 6 in São Tomé and Príncipe. Those values represent our participating interest in the social projects of our non-operated assets. 1. Kosmos Energy’s participating interest in social investments of the non-Kosmos operated Jubilee and TEN Partnership, which may not necessarily represent actual payments made by the operator during the reporting period. 2. Amounts may differ from Kosmos Energy financial statements due to funding arrangements with commercial partners. 3. Kosmos Energy’s participating interest in contractually-obligated social investments of the non-Kosmos operated block 6 project, which may not necessarily represent actual payments made by the operator during the reporting period. 4. Represents social investment in countries where Kosmos no longer has operations. 5. The table above represents social investment payments made in Senegal and Equatorial Guinea by joint venture companies of which Kosmos is a co-venturer. We have grievance mechanisms in place in every region where we have drilling and seismic operations. In Ghana, we received three grievances into our grievance mechanism in 2017. All three grievances were related to our potable water social investment projects in the Western Region, and were resolved through coordination with the Safe Water Network and traditional councils. In Morocco, we received 28 grievances during our seismic acquisition survey in the Essaouira block, where there is a very high volume of artisanal fishermen. Twenty-seven of these were related to damaged or missing fishing nets, which were resolved through the mutually agreeable solution of replacing the lost or damaged equipment with new equipment. The one unresolved grievance was a letter of general concern regarding impacts of the seismic survey on fish stocks. We worked with ONHYM to respond to the concerned party by providing scientific data and baseline information.