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Last updated: 14 Nov 2012
|Mar||Ghana licences signed.|
|Jun||1st Jubilee discovery well; Mahogany-1.|
|Aug||Hyedua-1 well confirms the existence of a large oil field straddling the Deepwater Tano and West Cape Three Points licences.|
|Oct||The Tullow operated 1N-3X exploration well in the near shore Shallow Water Tano block encountered hydrocarbon bearing sandstones.|
|Feb||Tullow designated as field operator.|
|Mar||Jubilee Phase 1 development commences.|
|May||Mahogany-2 appraisal well establishes major upside.|
|Nov||The successful Ebony-1 well encountered hydrocarbon bearing intervals.|
Mahogany-3 extends Jubilee field to the southeast and discovers Mahogany Deep
Hyedua-2 appraisal well tested at 16,750 bopd
Tullow withdrew from the Shallow Water Tano licence.
|Mar||Tweneboa-1 discovers new light hydrocarbon field.|
|May||Carried out DST well test on Mahogany-1 which flowed at 20,000 bopd.|
|Jul||The Minister of Energy in Ghana formally approves the Jubilee field Phase 1 Development Plan and Unitisation Agreement on behalf of the Government of Ghana.|
|Aug||6 development wells drilled, successfully encountering anticipated reservoir thickness and quality.|
|Sep||Mahogany-4 discovery extends the Jubilee field eastwards.|
|Dec||First part of a two-stage Environment Impact Assessment approved by the Ghana Environmental Protection Agency.|
|Jan||Tweneboa-2 appraisal well discovers significant oil and gas-condensate field.|
|May||FPSO officially named the Kwame Nkrumah and sets sail from Singapore to Ghana.|
|Jun||FPSO arrives in Ghanaian waters.|
|Sep||Owo-1 sidetrack result confirms the initial discovery in July is a significant oil find.|
|Dec||First oil is achieved from the Jubilee field Phase 1 development.|
Tweneboa-3 and Tweneboa-3 sidetrack appraisal wells discover gas-condensate.
First offtake from the Jubilee FPSO successful completed.
|Feb||Teak-1 discovers 73 metres of net hydrocarbons in Campanian and Turonian-aged reservoirs. The fifth field discovered in Tullow's Ghana acreage.|
|Mar||Enyenra-2A well confirms that the Enyenra field (formally named Owo) is in communication over a 7km distance.|
Tullow completes the acquisition of the Ghanaian interests of EO Group Limited for $305 million.
Trading of Tullow shares on the Ghana Stock Exchange commenced on 27 July 2011.
|Aug||TEN Front End Engineering & Design (FEED) commenced.|
|Nov||Teak-3 discovery extends the Teak field.|
|Jan||Jubilee Phase 1A Plan of Development approved by the Government of Ghana.|
|Nov||TEN Plan of Development submitted to the Government of Ghana|