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Our business and our success relies on working together, whether it is with investors, partners, host governments or local communities. Central to this are our people who make up the Tullow teams that work in all aspects of our business.
We have chosen some of these groups to demonstrate our commitment to diversity, local employment and the multi-disciplinary nature of our industry. It is also a great opportunity to celebrate our people, who are the foundation of our continued success.
The floating production, storage and offtake vessel (FPSO), Kwame Nkrumah, is installed in approximately 1,100 metres of water on the Jubilee field 60 kilometres offshore Ghana. The vessel is 65 metres wide and 330 metres long. It operates on a 24/7 basis with two shifts per day and can hold up to a maximum of 120 people at any one time. The crew is made up of Tullow personnel and contractors working on our behalf. EHS performance on board the FPSO has been excellent and in June 2012, the vessel achieved two years of operations with zero lost time injuries (LTI s). The FPSO is part of Tullow's operations in Ghana, which also include offices in Accra and Takoradi, bringing our total workforce in country to 394, of which 86% are local nationals.