The TEN Project will consist of oil and gas production wells, water injection wells and gas injection wells. Production will be gathered through subsea manifolds and conveyed by subsea flowlines to a Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) which will be moored in the area of the TEN fields. Subsea equipment installation is planned throughout 2015 and the target for first production is mid 2016.

Offshore Cape Three Points Development

The main purpose of this Non-Technical Summary (NTS) is to facilitate communication and public involvement, as public participation is a pillar of modern approaches to impact assessment, in a fully transparent perspective. The NTS presents, in non-technical language, the findings of a detailed Environmental, Social and Health Impact Assessment (ESHIA) undertaken in connection with the Offshore Cape Three Points (OCTP) project in Ghana and is a tool that allows consultation of stakeholders and their participation into the EIA process. Moreover ESHIA disclosure is a requirement set by Ghanaian Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The NTS provides an integrated overview of the two phases of the OCTP Development related to the oil exploitation - Phase 1 and gas exploitation - Phase 2, in order to make stakeholders aware the of the project activities and their consequences on environment, socio-economic and health components.


Tullow Ghana Limited (TGL) and its Partners, Kosmos Energy LLC, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, the Ghana National Petroleum Company (GNPC) and Sabre Oil and Gas, known as the TEN Partners, propose to develop the Tweneboa, Enyenra (originally named Owo) and Ntomme (TEN) hydrocarbon fields offshore Ghana. The project is known as the TEN Project. The proposed TEN Project is the second major hydrocarbon development offshore Ghana after the Jubilee Field development in 2009/2010.


This report sets out the results of the air dispersion modelling study and air quality impact assessment that was undertaken to inform the TEN Project EIA. The assessment addresses the potential impact of emissions associated with commissioning and operation of the offshore facilities on onshore
receptors. The assessment considered the following.
• Impacts arising at onshore locations.
• Impacts arising around the FPSO and wellheads (during drilling), where
transient receptors may be present (ie fishing vessels).
• Impacts arising at protected habitats.
Consideration was made of both commissioning and operational phases.