Tullow Oil expects production to continue declining in 2021 as its Ghanaian assets continue to slide.
Tullow Oil is moving away from its focus on asset sales and has set out a long-term vision, under which it will generate $7 billion over the next 10 years.
Kosmos Energy reported a net loss of $199 million for the second quarter of the year, with an adjusted net loss of $95mn.
Tullow Oil produced 77,700 barrels per day in the first half of the year, while the realised oil price was $52 per barrel.
Total has scrapped plans to buy assets that had belonged to Anadarko Petroleum in Ghana.
Tullow Oil has slashed spending in 2020 and set out major disposal plans in an attempt to weather the storm.
Kosmos Energy has reported a net loss of $36 million for the fourth quarter of 2019, although free cash flow reached $139mn for the period.
Tullow expects to report pre-tax impairments and exploration write-offs of around $1.5 billion for 2019, as a result of a lower oil price forecast and a reduction in 2P reserves at the TEN project, offshore Ghana.
Ghana has had a decidedly mixed couple of months, with a major offshore discovery offsetting problems at Tullow Oil and Aker Energy.
Tullow Oil chief executive Paul McDade and exploration director Angus McCoss have resigned with immediate effect as production expectations for 2020 and beyond have been slashed.
Kosmos Energy notched up $16 million in net income for the third quarter, while also celebrating a discovery offshore Equatorial Guinea.
Springfield Exploration and Production began drilling the Afina-1x well, offshore Ghana, on October 7.
Scotland-based Flintstone Technology has won a multi-million pound contract for work on Tullow Oil’s Jubilee FPSO in Ghana.
Tullow Oil said it has received confirmation from its insurers that they accept a recoverable claims for the Jubilee turret.
Tullow Oil said it has received insurance cover for its floating, production, storage and offloading vessel (FPSO) Kwame Nkrumah.