26Tullow Oil plc 2011/2012 Corporate Responsibility ReportCONGO (BRAZZAVILLE) Non-operated production.CÔTE D'IVOIRE Non-operated production. In June 2012 we announced that the Paon-1X exploration well had discovered oil, in the CI-103 licence. In 2011, we provided emergency funding to help a local women's association back into business so they could support their families. The funds also renovated a damaged hospital on the outskirts of Abidjan, and repaired roofing and power supplies in 21 primary schools. This year five postgraduate scholarships will be awarded by the Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme.EQUATORIAL GUINEA Non-operated production.GABON Non-operated production.During 2011, our social enterprise investment was focused on education projects. This included equipping the country's first HIV/AIDS training and drop-in centres for Gabon's youth in Libreville and the neighbouring town of Owendo, and the renovation of a primary school and kindergarten. A multimedia training centre was also set up in Ntoum, 38 km east of Libreville. This is to build local capacity in line with Gabon's national initiatives to build a better qualified national workforce. In 2012, 10 postgraduate scholarships will be awarded by the Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme.Currently all our African production comes from this region, including the world-class Jubilee field, offshore Ghana. West & North Africa also has high-impact exploration acreage in seven countries. In this section you will find fast facts about West & North Africa including financial, environmental and corporate responsibility data. There is also a summary overview of our operations together with the key corporate responsibility initiatives in each country. These are a reflection of operatorship or licence ownership as well as the current level of activity being undertaken. In addition, we have included a special section on Ghana which is the main operating and development focus for this region in 2012.NineCountries374Employees42Licences66,425 SQ KMLicence acreage657.8 MMBOEReserves & resources57,400 BOEPDWorking interest production$1,944 MILLIONSales revenue$768 MILLION2012 forecast capital expenditure2011 drilling activity Offshore OnshoreE ExplorationD DevelopmentP Production Key officeSHARING SUCCESSWest & North Africa is the largest Regional Business in the Group. In 2011, it represented 73% of our working interest production, 84% of our sales revenue and 38% of our reserves and resources. KeyKey producing assetCompliance training and forums Community Liaison team in-countryEHS data reportedTullow employees (2011)Local content expenditure reported Tullow Group Scholarship SchemeWest & North AfricaMAURITANIA Non-operated production.The Group is looking to replicate the success of its West African exploration in Mauritania. Tullow has significant acreage of 29,488 sq km extending along 750 km of coastline and is planning a number of exploration activities across its various exploration licences in the Mauritania-Senegal basin during 2012. In 2012, five postgraduate scholarships will be awarded in Mauritania under the Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme.SENEGAL In 1986, Tullow signed its first ever licence agreement in Senegal. Tullow now operates the 2,807 sq km St Louis exploration licence. Our 2011 social enterprise projects in Senegal mainly focused on local fish processing enterprises to contribute to improving living conditions.
27www.tullowoil.comccraCongo(Brazzaville)DPGhanaEDPEquatorialGuinea DPCôted'IvoireEDPMauritania EDPSenegal ELiberiaESierra Leone EGabonEDPGHANA Operated production.Two successful exploration wells discovered the world class Jubilee field in mid-2007 and First Oil was achieved in late 2010. Cumulative production to end-2011 was over 33 million barrels and 34 liftings have been completed. Government approval for the Phase 1A development of the Jubilee field has been received allowing us to work to increase daily production from the field. Gross production from Jubilee is expected to average between 70,000 and 90,000 bopd in 2012 and field capacity is expected to be reached in early 2013. Read more about Ghana on pages 28 and 29 of this report.LIBERIA & SIERRA LEONE Tullow has four contiguous non-operated deepwater licences offshore Liberia and Sierra Leone, where the Group is looking to capitalise on the success of the Jubilee play in Ghana. Exploration drilling, which finished in early 2012, encountered oil and confirmed a working hydrocarbon system in the Liberian Basin. An exploration well is planned offshore Liberia later this year.