KOSMOS ENERGY LTD (NA)
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KOS
KOSMOS ENERGY LTD (NA)
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Financials

Valuation
Enterprise Value/EBITDA, TTM
Enterprise Value, FQ
Market Cap — Basic
Number of Employees
Number of Shareholders
Price/Earnings, TTM
Price/Revenue, TTM
Price/Book Ratio, FY
Price/Sales Ratio, FY
Balance Sheet
Current Ratio, FQ
Debt to Equity, FQ
Net Debt, FQ
Quick Ratio, FQ
Total Assets, FQ
Total Debt, FQ
Operating Metrics
Return on Assets, TTM
Return on Equity, TTM
Return on Invested Capital, TTM
Revenue per Employee, TTM
Price History
Average Volume (10 day)
Beta - 1 Year
Price - 52 Week High
Price - 52 Week Low
Dividends
Dividends Paid, FY
Dividends per Share, FY
Expected Annual Dividends
Dividends Yield
Margins
Net Margin, TTM
Gross Margin, TTM
Operating Margin, TTM
Pretax Margin, TTM
Income Statement
Basic EPS, Net Income
Earnings per Share, Basic, TTM
EBITDA, TTM
Gross Profit, FY
Last Annual EPS
Last Annual Revenue, FY
Net Income, FY
Total Revenue, FY
Free Cash Flow, TTM

Profile

Sector: Energy
Industry: Oil & Gas Exploration and Production
Employees: 380
Kosmos Energy Ltd. (Kosmos) is an independent oil and gas exploration and production company. The Company is focused on the emerging areas along the Atlantic Margins. Its assets include existing production and development projects offshore Ghana, Equatorial Guinea and in the United States Gulf of Mexico, discoveries and further exploration potential offshore Mauritania and Senegal, as well as exploration licenses with hydrocarbon potential offshore Sao Tome and Principe, Suriname, Morocco and Western Sahara. The Company has operations in Africa and South America. The West Cape Three Points (WCTP) Block and Deepwater Tano (DT) Block are located within the Tano Basin, offshore Ghana. The Tano Basin represents the eastern extension of the Deep Ivorian Basin, which resulted from the development of an extensional sedimentary basin caused by tensional forces associated with opening of the Atlantic Ocean, as South America separated from Africa in the Mid-Cretaceous period.

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