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Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd LSE:GKP London Ordinary Share BMG4209G2077 COM SHS USD1.00 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 217.00 1,332,814 16:35:15
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
218.00 219.50 222.00 216.00 220.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 79.32 -34.40 -16.42 461
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:47:51 O 6,878 217.844 GBX

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15/10/2021
09:20
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Daily Update: Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GKP. The last closing price for Gulf Keystone Petroleum was 217p.
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd has a 4 week average price of 187.40p and a 12 week average price of 139.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 222p while the 1 year low share price is currently 67p.
There are currently 212,245,502 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 898,128 shares. The market capitalisation of Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd is £460,572,739.34.
15/10/2021
06:20
beernut: Goldman Sachs says oil prices could be higher for much longer PUBLISHED THU, OCT 14 2021 6:46 AM EDT Abigail Ng @ABIGAILNGWY SHARE KEY POINTS Oil prices could stay at higher levels in the years to come as demand rebounds while supply remains tight, said Damien Courvalin of Goldman Sachs. "This is not a transient winter shock like it could be for gas. This is actually the beginning of a material repricing higher for oil," he told CNBC's "Street Signs Asia" on Thursday. "The fundamentals actually very much support the view of higher prices than we've seen, pretty much since 2014," he said. Oil prices could stay at higher levels in the years to come as demand rebounds while supply remains tight, according to Goldman Sachs' head of energy research. Damien Courvalin, who is also a senior commodity strategist, said the market fundamentals warrant higher prices and that the bank's forecast for Brent crude is $85 per barrel for the next several years. "This is not a transient winter shock like it could be for gas. This is actually the beginning of a material repricing higher for oil," he told CNBC's "Street Signs Asia" on Thursday. Goldman Sachs' base case is for Brent to hit $90 per barrel by the end of the year. U.S. crude futures were up 1.26% at $81.45 per barrel, while international benchmark Brent crude futures gained 1.24% to trade at $84.21 per barrel on Thursday afternoon in Asia. The oil market is in "the longest deficit we've seen in decades," and demand will continue to outstrip supply in winter, said Courvalin. The lack of upstream investment in oil supply while demand grows points to "sustained high prices" at least in the year ahead, he added. 'Warning sign' What's happening in the coal market — where prices are at record highs because supply shrank faster than demand — is a "warning sign" for oil, Courvalin said. Oil drilling activity hasn't recovered much on the supply side, while demand is growing, he said, describing the market as being in an "entrenched deficit." "We're facing potential multi-year deficits and the risk of significantly higher prices," he said. There needs to be a realization that the transition to cleaner energy will take a long time, and that calls to stop investing in hydrocarbon supply will only create "much higher energy prices in the coming years," he said. Oil pumping jacks, also known as "nodding donkeys," in a Rosneft Oil Co. oilfield near Sokolovka village, in the Udmurt Republic, Russia, on Friday, Nov. 20, 2020. Andrey Rudakov | Bloomberg | Getty Images Despite oil futures climbing more than 60% this year and hitting multi-year highs, Courvalin said oil producers haven't increased supply. "Demand is rebounding further and we need to really start to see that investment," he said. Shale producers, however, are focused on returning cash to shareholders. "That's the key of the sustainability of higher prices," he said, adding that he sees oil demand hitting new record highs in 2022 and 2023. "The fundamentals actually very much support the view of higher prices than we've seen, pretty much since 2014," he said. — CNBC's Patti Domm and Pippa Stevens contributed to this report. Watch our live stream for all you need to know to invest smarter. TRENDING NOW 1 Former President Bill Clinton admitted to hospital with non-Covid related infection 2 A Harvard nutritionist shares the 5 foods she eats every day to sharpen brain health, memory and focus 3 FDA panel unanimously recommends Moderna Covid booster shots for at-risk adults 4 Here's why authoritative parenting is the best style for raising successful kids, says psychologist 5 Here's how Matt Amodio, who racked up $1.5 million on 'Jeopardy!,' plans to invest his winnings View the full site
13/10/2021
06:48
beernut: the rise in oil prices would fill the deficit in the budget, Iraqi official says Economy Oil prices 2021-10-11 09:50 A- A A+ Shafaq News/ The financial advisor to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, confirmed that the rise in oil prices will push the government not to borrow to fill the budget deficit. Salih said in an interview with Shafaq News Agency, "The rise in oil prices will fill the deficit in the budget, but this rise needs to be sustained throughout the fiscal year." "The budget has set the price of a barrel at 45 dollars, so what concerns us is calculating the average price of a barrel during one year," he said, expecting the price of a barrel to reach 65 dollars in 12 months. He pointed, "this price would fill in whole or part of the deficit, noting that the current year's budget was built on a 27-trillion-dinars deficit." It is noteworthy that oil prices rose to more than $80 a barrel, following a stiffing crisis during which the oil barrel reached a price of less than $30 amid the spread of COVID-19 which affected Iraq’s general budget that depends by 93% on oil revenues. Iraq's general budget for 2021 set the oil price at $45, with exports amounting to 3.250 million barrels per day, and a deficit of 28 trillion dinars.
12/10/2021
22:19
nestoframpers: SH13 news will be timed for the benefit of our largest holders who are still buying .I'd guess it will be timed for the sedate rise of the MA to complete the Golden Cross in about 3 weeks. Just my guess. The only reason I can imagine for GKP not already buying back shares is that they are keeping their powder dry for a strategic lift in the share price
11/10/2021
13:12
bigdog5: Pensioner nice use of months and numbers. If the oil price hadn't increased the share price would be 1.25p based on what oil can be proved. You do know why they use 80% WI do you? So you think that a dividend will be paid every two months? So how will they pay for the massively expensive gas collection, another PF, water handling, new wells, pressure problems, infrastructure costs? You do know the PSC is penal and they have to pay tax? I do laugh at you sarah. Do say how many of the hosts 45b barrels have been discovered in the past 12 years and by whom. And how many companies have gone down the dunny looking for them. How many of the Kozel barrels have been discovered because they aren't in any of the four CPR's are they. And all references to his BS have been wiped from the website for reasons that ought to be obvious to you clowns but clearly aren't. Remember the share price is really 2p having been £4.60 where a lot of you mugs bought at believing Kozel and RW's BS:-).
07/10/2021
13:12
steephill cove: GKP has again retested 200p + & the 52 week high was broken yet again to new high of 2.17p. GKP is now a bull flag breakout targeting 300p, looking highly likely too with:- 1) Peel Hunt setting a GKP BUY target of 275p per share on 11/6. 2) GKP MACD turned upwards on the GKP chart after the 2nd GKP Special Dividend was paid out on 6/8 & it is about to turn upwards yet again, with the imminent Interim Dividend pay out. 3) The 3rd GKP dividend in just over 3 months, the Interim Dividend of a whopping 17.093p will pay out tomorrow on 8/10. 4). Shaikan 13 well has been in progress ahead of schedule & the drill results are due any day now, taking GKP Shaikan BOPD production UP from its 2021 production guidance range of 42,000 - 44,000 BOPD. 5). Drilling of SH-14 underway with completion and hook-up expected in Q4 2021 as part of 55000 BOPD expansion programme. 6). Completed debottlenecking of PF-2, increasing total field processing capacity to c.57,500 BOPD. 7). Continuous drilling & planning to spud SH-G in Q4 2021, after completion of SH-14. SH-G is expected to commence production in Q1 2022 8). Continuing to work closely with the MNR and partner on the preparation of the Shaikan FDP and expect to submit the FDP to the MNR in Q4 2021 for approval. 9). GKP about to imminently launch a 10 percent share buyback of 21.3 MILLION shares & then retire them. Miss in, miss out ;-)
05/10/2021
07:14
beernut: Shaikan Payment Update Tue, 5th Oct 2021 07:00 RNS Number : 9807N Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd. 05 October 2021 5 October 2021 Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd. (LSE: GKP) ("Gulf Keystone", "GKP" or "the Company") Shaikan Payment Update Gulf Keystone confirms that a gross payment of $38.5 million ($30.1 million net to GKP) has been received from the Kurdistan Regional Government ("KRG"). The payment is comprised of gross $32.1 million ($25.1 million net) for Shaikan crude oil sales during July 2021 and gross $6.4 million ($5.0 million net) in relation to the arrears from the outstanding December 2019 to February 2020 invoices. Following receipt of the arrears payment calculated based on the KRG's proposed amendment to arrears repayment terms as announced on 13 May 2021, the current outstanding arrears balance is $45.2 million net to GKP. The Company continues to engage with the KRG on its proposal.
04/10/2021
14:40
officerdigby: Sicknotr, it's because GKP share price is controlled by darkforces.... That also do a neat line in chip including vaccines!Be very afraidMuaha hahaha.!
29/9/2021
11:34
bigdog5: Pensioner he did turn up out of nowhere and then disappears when the share price falls. He only bangs on about it when the share price is climbing and its clear he has no clue as to the history here. The share price should have taken a sizeable fall when going ex div however the oil price surge and various articles bigging up the oil price came to its assistance. Helped the company out of a problem imho as S13 looks to have gone tapioca and they will hope for a decent result from S14 to try and "camoflauge" any failure from S13 for you suckers. If S13 has failed and delayed news is usually the warning their 55k a day is off the table for some time I suggest. Gonna need S15 at the relatively better end of the shrinking field?
28/9/2021
18:08
highlander7: PROACTIVE BP and Shell shares rise amid US$80 oil and UK energy crisis. The UK and Europe are seeing a fuel squeeze meanwhile hurricanes and OPEC have impacted global prices. BP and Shell shares in favour as oil prices rise above US$80 BP PLC (LSE:BP.) and Royal Dutch Shell PLC (LSE:RDSB) shares were in favour on Tuesday as crude oil prices raced above US$80. Domestically, petrol is again among the themes of the day as people continue queuing at forecourts, and the exhortation not to panic buy seemingly falls on deaf ears. Worldwide, meanwhile, there are bigger picture economic factors at play – far beyond the post-Brexit availability of transport workers to deliver tankers from point a to point. Brent crude is pitched at a three-year high in the wake of Hurricane Ida, which damage key infrastructure in the Gulf of Mexico, and, the impacts of petro-politics at OPEC, plus the broader industry is somewhat hamstrung by the lower investments in recent years amidst low crude prices. City analysts at Barclays in a note point to the positives for companies like BP and Shell, which despite efforts and narratives towards renewable energies still generate huge revenues and profits from the sale of oil, gas and other petro-product “The strengthening fundamentals that we have seen throughout 2021 are finally starting to be reflected in share price performance, and with 2022 already setting up to continue decade high FCF, we expect further outperformance,̶1; Barclays said. “Unusually we rate BP, Shell and Total Energies all ‘Overweight217; reflecting value across the sector.”
27/9/2021
21:34
steephill cove: GKP has again retested 200p + & the 52 week high at 202.5p has finally been broken with a close at 205p. It is now a bull flag breakout targeting 300p, looking highly likely too with:- 1) Peel Hunt setting a GKP BUY target of 275p per share on 11/6. 2) GKP MACD has now turned upwards on the GKP chart after the 2nd GKP Special Dividend was paid out on 6/8. 3) The 3rd GKP dividend in just over 3 months, the Interim Dividend of 17.093p will pay out in just over a weeks time on 8/10. 4). Shaikan 13 well has been in progress ahead of schedule & the drill results are due any day now, taking GKP Shaikan BOPD production UP from its 2021 production guidance range of 42,000 - 44,000 BOPD. 5). Drilling of SH-14 underway with completion and hook-up expected in Q4 2021 as part of 55000 BOPD expansion programme. 6). Completed debottlenecking of PF-2, increasing total field processing capacity to c.57,500 BOPD. 7). Continuous drilling & planning to spud SH-G in Q4 2021, after completion of SH-14. SH-G is expected to commence production in Q1 2022 8). Continuing to work closely with the MNR and partner on the preparation of the Shaikan FDP and expect to submit the FDP to the MNR in Q4 2021 for approval. 9). GKP about to imminently launch a 10 percent share buyback of 21.3 MILLION shares & then retire them. Onwards & UPwards ;-)
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