Tullow Ghana has enjoyed an impressive track record in project delivery over the past decade with its world-class assets, Jubilee and TEN. The Tullow Ghana Business, formerly part of Tullow’s West Africa business, is now a stand-alone entity reflecting its importance and stature within the company. A subsidiary of Tullow Oil plc, the group has interests in 90 exploration and production licences across 16 countries and businesses in 22 countries. It is listed on the London, Irish and Ghanaian stock exchanges. Tullow Ghana operates the Jubilee and TEN fields on behalf of its partners – Kosmos Energy, Ghana National Petroleum Corporation, Anadarko Petroleum and Petro SA. Jubilee, Ghana’s first producing oilfield, which lies 60km off the coast of Takoradi was discovered in 2007 and produced the first oil in December 2010. Tullow Ghana also led the development of the Tweneboa, Enyenra and Ntomme (TEN) fields, Ghana’s second major offshore oil and gas project, delivering the first oil “on time and on budget” in August 2016. Milestone Tullow Ghana’s Jubilee field has produced 250 million barrels of oil while the TEN fields have delivered 54 million barrels. These two fields have established Tullow in Ghana as a reliable explorer and producer of oil and gas with a combined production of 120,000kbopd. It has also exported 84mcf providing 200mcf foundation gas from Jubilee to the government of Ghana. Re-investing in Ghana for future growth Buoyed by the favourable International Tribunal for the Law of Sea (ITLOS September 2017) decision, a 4-year multi drilling programme began in March 2018, to ramp up production on the Jubilee and TEN fields to 180,000kbpd. TGL is working to strengthen and grow its business in Ghana by tapping into additional exploration opportunities.