Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gulf Keystone Petroleum LSE:GKP London Ordinary Share BMG4209G2077 COM SHS USD1.00 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -1.59% 124.00p 124.00p 124.75p 126.00p 122.00p 125.00p 329,011.00 15:52:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 58.5 -91.1 -9.8 - 284.49

Gulf Keystone Share Discussion Threads

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23/2/2017
16:12
Many others are bitter about GKP and MUST POST BITTERNESS ON THIS BOARD FOR AT LEAST 20 HOURS A DAY. It's the law.
gkphero
23/2/2017
16:09
Biglog blew all his money and now posts bitterness for 20 hours a day on here.
gkphero
23/2/2017
16:03
You always said you kept buying all the way up village idiot, so we believe you.
bigdog5
23/2/2017
15:57
"disguising his woeful decisions" Like buying at £4 and selling at 4p, lol.
gkphero
23/2/2017
15:52
I reckon cashti is rather angry at the news from GKP that it will take them 2 years to get to 55k a day. So is he punishing them in making them truck all their oil? What else will he do? Its reassuring to see the village idiot trying to use humour as a way of disguising his woeful decisions. Won't alter the share price which is still at 1p though.
bigdog5
23/2/2017
15:37
"The bar was set at Exxon petty cash levels and can't be bothered." No problem tess. The city can hold GKP for the rest of their lives then.
gkphero
23/2/2017
15:34
The bar was set at Exxon petty cash levels and can't be bothered.
tess_tickle
23/2/2017
15:30
Bitterdog alert.
gkphero
23/2/2017
15:29
"$300 mil bid for a world class asset and no rush to beat it, lol." No rush to take it either, even though the city would make a profit, lol.
gkphero
23/2/2017
15:29
The announcement earlier was just more confirmation that what Cashti wants he gets. Kurdistan a great frontier to invest in? Now, what else does he want? Apart from the licence of course. Easy route to 55k oil investor continues to state. Has anyone pointed out to the village idiot that's going to take 2 years? More dilution on the way? bobobobobobob 23 Feb '17 - 15:16 - 534730 of 534733 2 1 "I do wonder if this country is breeding more thickos than it ever has done". Yup and you're the epitome.
bigdog5
23/2/2017
15:27
$300 mil bid for a world class asset and no rush to beat it, lol.
tess_tickle
23/2/2017
15:25
Fake, it's the city that's stuck with GKP now, as they own most of it. If they want DNO's offer than they can take it today if they want. Obviously they are holding for more.
gkphero
23/2/2017
15:24
You said the same about M&G What were they waiting for? Oh yeh 5p GKPhero23 Feb '17 - 15:03 - 534728 of 534733 4 0 The city only need 87p per share to break even, so an offer of £1 per share from DNO should be snapped up by them. They obviously don't want it though, as they are holding for something else. Very obvious.
fake taxi
23/2/2017
15:20
"Not exactly started a bidding war, has it." The city will need to wait then.
gkphero
23/2/2017
15:20
Most here seem to be taking their lead and valuations from things that happened 3 years ago ( or were supposed to happen), so 3 months is nothing. bobobobobobob23 Feb '17 - 15:16 - 534730 of 534730 0 0 Is there any reason why some people are referring to an offer that was made more than three months ago?
fake taxi
23/2/2017
15:18
Where's the predicted bidding war ?
tess_tickle
23/2/2017
15:16
Is there any reason why some people are referring to an offer that was made more than three months ago? And can somebody sensible tell me why the offer, that wasn't accepted, equates to the real valuation? As an example.I will offer a tenner for Buckingham Palace. Now I am sure that .....either the government wouldn't even respond to such an offer, or if they did they will say "no". Now according to some less intelligent people on here, just because I offered £10 must mean that Buckingham Palace is worth £10.....whether or not the offer was accepted.I do wonder if this country is breeding more thickos than it ever has done.
bobobobobobob
23/2/2017
15:15
Not exactly started a bidding war, has it.
tess_tickle
23/2/2017
15:03
The city only need 87p per share to break even, so an offer of £1 per share from DNO should be snapped up by them. They obviously don't want it though, as they are holding for something else. Very obvious.
gkphero
23/2/2017
15:01
Offer #2 Meaningfully less than offer #1, after reviewing the very latest reserves report.
tess_tickle
23/2/2017
14:56
Too expensive..
nicebut
23/2/2017
14:54
I don't see that DNO offer being taken by the daft city. Why not?
gkphero
23/2/2017
14:50
Offer #1 DNO strongly believes that the Proposed Offer provides a compelling opportunity for Gulf Keystone's investors: For shareholders, it would represent a premium of 20 percent to the share price of USD 0.0109 at which, on 14 July 2016, Gulf Keystone issued shares representing 5.6 percent of its share capital, and also represent a 20 percent premium to the price at which Gulf Keystone intends to issue further shares under the Restructuring. For Guaranteed Noteholders, it would represent 111 percent of par value based on the reported outstanding amounts of the Guaranteed Notes compared to 99 percent of par value under the Restructuring. For Convertible Bondholders, it would represent 18 percent of par value based on the reported outstanding amounts of the Convertible Bonds compared to 15 percent of par value under the Restructuring. Cash consideration. DNO's offer to provide approximately 40 percent of the consideration in cash would be a valuable feature for Gulf Keystone's investors who convert debt to equity, and who may be unwilling or unable to hold equity for an extended period. Future value creation. The Proposed Offer would provide an opportunity for Gulf Keystone's investors to share in the prospects of the enlarged group through the acquisition of shares in DNO. Improved liquidity. The Proposed Offer would provide an opportunity for Gulf Keystone's investors to benefit from the strong liquidity provided by the DNO shares, which have traded more than 9x in aggregate value compared to Gulf Keystone's shares in 2016 to date. Attractive Exchange Offer. The DNO bonds would be issued in a company with a wider group of assets, a significantly larger market capitalization, a stronger cash flow and a stronger balance sheet than Gulf Keystone. hTtp://www.dno.no/en/investor-relations/announcements/2016/dno-launches-offer-to-acquire-gulf-keystone/
tess_tickle
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