I n December 2018, Kosmos and BP completed a 34-month effort to write and obtain approval of the Greater Tortue Ahmeyim (GTA) Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) and associated Environmental Management Plan. There were numerous public consultations and inquiries conducted in both Mauritania and Senegal (more than 3,000 people participated) and it is believed to be the first time that both countries, with different regulatory requirements, approved a single study of a private-sector project. Following approval of the ESIA, Kosmos and BP announced a final investment decision (FID) for Phase 1 of the GTA project. The GTA project is designed to produce gas from a deepwater subsea system and mid-water FPSO to a floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility at a nearshore hub located on the Mauritania and Senegal maritime border. The FLNG facility for Phase 1 is designed to provide approximately 2.5 million tons per annum on average. Production is expected to begin in the first half of 2022. Subsequent phases, which are now being planned, are expected to increase output to around 10 MTPA. Kosmos and BP estimate that there is 50-100 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of gas in place offshore Mauritania and Senegal, enough to eventually support three 10 MTPA LNG hubs – at Tortue on the maritime border, at Bir Allah to the north in Mauritania, and at Yakaar-Teranga to the south in Senegal. MANAGING OUR FOOTPRINT Kosmos opened its office in Dakar in September 2014 to support our drilling program and to establish a visible presence in the country. Kosmos spent more than a year working in fishing communities onshore from our license areas to introduce the company, begin building productive relationships, and prepare for both seismic surveys and drilling activities. Since those early days, we have built a team in Dakar comprised predominantly of Senegalese nationals. We have provided development opportunities to our Senegalese staff through training workshops and special assignments to enhance their capabilities. In mid-2017, when BP took over operatorship of Cayar Offshore Profond and Saint Louis Offshore Profond blocks, many of our national staff transitioned to work for BP. We currently have a team of four employees in our office in Dakar to continue above-ground activities, such as social investment, and to support the operations that BP leads as the operator. Since discovering large deposits of natural gas offshore Senegal in 2016, Kosmos has pursued a development strategy for this resource aimed at bringing benefits to the country as quickly and efficiently as possible. The benefits are expected to include revenue from the export of liquefied natural gas (LNG), the economic impact of reliable power generated from a plentiful and low-cost source of energy, and the significant follow-on benefits of industrial development. 47 Kosmos employees in Senegal support the Greater Tortue Ahmeyim gas project by working alongside BP in local communities in northern Senegal. PRODUCTION OPTIMIZATION INFRASTRUCTURE- LED EXPLORATION DEVELOPMENT OF WORLD-SCALE DISCOVERIES BASIN-OPENING EXPLORATION Senegal MAURITANIA CAYAR OFFSHORE PROFOND CAYAR OFFSHORE PROFOND ST. LOUIS OFFSHORE PROFOND ST. LOUIS OFFSHORE PROFOND Atlantic Ocean