|9 Apr 2014||dafydd123||BT, it all adds up. Each 140p placing, especially the second one, which everyone thought would go for 160p was done on the cheap. Remember the EWT equipment? That's nearly $80m worth of junk. What about the wrong diameter pipes on PF1 and PF2? They aren't cheap due to the H2S. $20m drill on SH-6 messed up due to the wrong type of cement?
The last time the share price was at a quid we only had... read more...|
|Sat 19:18||4ndy_m||That grh post reminds me of bobs month long crusade to convince everyone there was no pump and dump. How those two retained any credibility at all after the spike is beyond me. read more...|
|10 Apr 2014||nicebut||Sorry it was a bit low...I apologise. I`ll edit the twit bit.
\BTW I think the BoD continuing to take take take when money was tight due to all the delays , whether they were outside of GKPs control or not shows how incompetent the BoDs are. You don`t take a $4.5m bonus one month then in the same month tell the market you may have no money left 2 months later.(regardless of it being... read more...|
|yesterday 09:16||rjcdc||Completely agree Al...
Those who think the world will suddenly becomes brighter just because TK has gone are deluded... I still stand by the fact that as a company gulf has delivered... Yes, over exuberance and missed targets, but i genuinely would like to know how many missed targets are as a direct result of having no export route, or due to pressure from the krg?
Todd is a mere puppet in... read more...|
|Mon 22:22||dizzylizzy2||I've been banging on about the real reason for the sp performance for over a full year now since the 2012 full yr results were published and I took a fine tooth comb to the remuneration notes to the accounts. It was clear to me then what was going on and I knew that it would be for anyone else who does the same analytical work and has the power to move the sp. The fact it wasn't obvious to... read more...|
|yesterday 08:58||al h||Pretty much all the company's problems are down to the political situation in Iraq. They need to be producing and getting paid for it and also should have been paid a wedge of contractual cash by the KRG by now which would have avoided the financing problems of late. The KRG are broke hence it hasn't happened. All a consequence of operating in Kurdistan/Iraq ... which is ironic given that that... read more...|
|11 Apr 2014||1waving||Have just written to the Senior Independent NED, Andrew Simon, on the matter of why Equipoise included DST summaries for Ber Bahr, Sheikh Adi and Akri Bijeel in the CPR, but not the DST summaries for Shaikan.
As the information on the 47 DSTs at Shaikan is in the remit of GKP and is a matter of record and not opinion, GKP are free to release this information to shareholders and I've asked... read more...|
|Mon 15:54||zengas||Asher has a considerable investment in GKP.
I don't see how calling for the board to be strengthened will change anything.
Has it not been strengthened enough ?
Wsasn't the field Marshall and the foreign legion chap not hailed as top notch. They both get paid enough !
The strengthened board have addressed remuneration/bonus/compensation.
Perhaps the new board have been in someway responsible... read more...|
|Sun 21:03||ardiebo||I believe that April 14th is the Kurdish Remembrance Day for the victims of Saddam's Anfal attacks and genocide against the Kurds. May I suggest a two minute silence on this board tomorrow, say at 11 a.m. since that is a traditional time for us. Reading about Anfal helps one to understand the Kurds' determination to protect themselves now. And so right. Respect. read more...|
|Sat 15:09||rjcdc||Oh greenroom, relax why don't you...
Funding should be in by next Thursday and an rns to confirm soon after. Shortly after there will be news of director buys. The politics will then take center stage between then and the end of the month with a temporary agreement on the budget in the meantime. The krg will take their 17%, give 200kbopd+ back, exports will flow with ICG approval and the krg... read more...|