The Jubilee field is located 60km offshore, between the Deepwater Tano and West Cape Three Points blocks in Ghana. Offshore oil was discovered in 2007 and after rapid development, pumping began in 2011. The commercial partners of the Jubilee Field are Tullow Oil plc (34.70%), Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (23.49%), Kosmos Energy (23.49%), the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (13.75%), Sabre Oil and Gas (2.81%) and the E.O. Group (1.75%). Production began without a national policy on oil and gas development or a long awaited petroleum revenue management law in place. In addition, the EIA was criticized for failing to address the impact of the development on coastal communities and lack of dialogue on sea use, compensation, and community development concerns. During development toxic drilling mud was spilt. 600 barrels spilt in December 2009 . Pollution is therefore one of the effects experienced by coastal communities, along with restricted fishing zones and increased sea traffic. Serious concerns have been expressed regarding impacts on fisheries as an important source of income and food for many communities . Fishermen are angry about a 500-meter no-fishing zone around the Jubilee Field. Boats and motors have been seized and fisherman say lighting from the vessels in the zone attract fish. Inflation, higher rents and land prices have also been felt. Coastal communities are thus observed to be becoming poorer at the same time as development increases standard of living costs .