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Kosmos Energy Ghana assures employees of safety and security

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Oil_mine workersKosmos Energy, a leading independent oil and gas exploration and Production Company has marked one year of “zero lost time of injury” across its operations in the country.

Dr. Kwame Boakye-Agyei, Director for Health, Safety, Environment and Security, who paid tribute to their sub-contractors, lauded their conscious effort on-site to ensure health and safety of their employees.

He said, “This significant milestone is a fantastic achievement not only for Kosmos Energy Ghana, but for their valued sub-contractors, who have been on-site making conscious decisions regarding their Health and Safety.”

Dr. Boakye-Agyei at a ceremony in Takoradi in the Western Region to mark the year stressed that Kosmos Energy was committed to the safety and well-being of its employees, adding that, “In undertaking our business, we are mindful in such a way as to minimise the risks of injury to people and damage to property.”

Mr. Chris Houlberg, Takoradi Base Manager of Kosmos presented Health and Safety awards to some deserving employees’ for their outstanding commitment to Health and Safety.

At the ceremony were Mr. Darrell McKenna, the Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Gary Brooks and Mr Ken Keag, all senior officials of the company.

Kosmos Energy activity focuses on frontier and emerging areas in Africa and South America and has asset portfolio, which includes existing production and other major project developments offshore Ghana.

The independent oil company also has exploration licenses with significant hydrocarbon potential offshore Mauritania, Morocco and Suriname and onshore Cameroon and listed on the New York Stock Exchange and is traded under the ticker symbol KOS.

Source: GNA

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