Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd LSE:GKP London Ordinary Share BMG4209G2077 COM SHS USD1.00 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -16.60 -8.59% 176.60 1,438,817 16:29:56
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
176.60 177.20 189.20 176.40 189.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 79.32 -34.40 -16.42 375
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:56:29 O 877 182.548 GBX

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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 193.20p.
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd has a 4 week average price of 176.40p and a 12 week average price of 174.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 224.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 89.70p.
There are currently 212,245,502 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 402,789 shares. The market capitalisation of Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd is 瞿374,825,556.53.
kurdnam63: KURDNAM63 - 19 Nov 2021 - 11:43:39 - 645378 of 645723 THE NEW GKP / Drilling for Super Giants (moderated) - GKP This hindsight trading business is brilliant. Way better than buying 6 months ago, getting all those pathetic dividends and a measly 400% increase in the share price You mugs. If you were TONY, you'd say something like "some tipsters have this as a short", then if the share price didn't go down you would just shut up and leave it there. BUT, if the share price went down, you could then imply that you actually did short it, and are making loads of money. I've made way more in my head than any of you insignificant mugs have in the real world. Cos I am Tony. TONY. Muppets, the lot of you.
habshan: "But don't worry" Why would I be worried about a temporary 8.5% dip in the share price Tony. Like oil, copper, wheat, orange juice, coffee, pork bellies and everything else that's traded, the GKP share price ticks up and down and down and up and sideways. I used the opportunity today to buy another 50,000 shares. And when it goes back to 200p those shares will have gone up 14%. Not to mention the increased dividends. So it's all looking great as far as I'm concerned. Leave it to the experts Tony. It's why I live where I do and you live in a £110K terrace house in Worsley.
kurdman63: Habscam 🤡 Share price £1.76p But don't worry it's not the share price that's down it's just oil 🤔 Best leave it to the experts 😂😂😂 GoatCam 🐐🎥簧
attyg: The irony of inhibiting oil production/development in the US, while publicly blaming OPEC+ for the increase in petrol at US forecourts because OPEC+ are not pumping as much oil as the US would want and thus lower the oil price appears to be lost on Biden. To now state the US will release some of their strategic oil reserves onto the market and to publicly request other countries follow suit, in a publicly declared attempt to influence the oil price downwards is once again the US thinking they can run the world to suit themselves. I don’t recall the US buying heaps of oil to support the oil price last year when the OPEC+ countries were on their knees due to the oil price collapse (though China did take advantage). While it is pleasing that S Korea’s strategic oil reserves are not to be released to accommodate market movements in the oil price (by law), many other countries will doubtless release some of their oil reserves to appease the US. However, any such releases will surely have to be replaced in the near future – after all the purpose of a strategic oil reserve is to ensure domestic supply is not interrupted and the lights stay on. So, while there may be a temporary demand reduction, it is not unreasonable to expect a one off demand increase in, when, 2022 Q1 or 2, or 3 at the latest, these reserves are rebuilt. So, any one-off release of strategic oil reserves will be just that, a one-off increase in supply. It does not change the on-going demand for oil and all the articles/reports Beernut etc post explicitly state that demand is expected to be greater than supply. Thus the reduction in the oil price we presently see will be temporary and by extension, the reduction in the GKP share price will, in my view, be temporary also. However, if anyone is concerned about the direction of travel of the GKP sp, remember that GKP makes LOTS of money even with the oil price at $70 and we should also recognise that OPEC+ may consider retaliatory action and curtail some production due to this lack of demand following any releases of oil onto the market from strategic oil reserves. It might be that the US is using up its goodwill in the ME and why would OPEC+ not work at getting the oil price to north of $100 and higher still. I would.
habshan: "Good afternoon clueless delusionals, I note the CON is having problems again today. I see that oil is getting a right old mullering and the share price is following suit." What problems are they then Bigdog. The oil price is 8 times higher than it was when you said it was going to stay low for a very long time and the share price is 4 times higher than it was when you said it was heading for 40p and oblivion. And that's without even mentioning dividends. Sounds good to me. The only problems I can see are all to do with the way your head's wired up.
habshan: Bigdog - "I've said the field is light years away from the data under the Kozel regime and that it was hyped up and exaggerated out of all proportion. The data used under the Kozel regime has clearly been rendered worthless by the events and failures since the wipeout." About this information that has come into your hands (but nobody else's} since "the wipeout" saying that the Kozel numbers and the data were all BS Bigdog. You now say that you came by it not in 2015 after all but sometime in the years after "the wipeout". It's all very confusing isn't it. You said that we had more than 26 billion barrels of oip with a recovery of 30%, which equates to 7.8 billion barrels of recoverable reserves but now say that they were Kozel numbers that were "hyped up and exaggerated out of all proportion". You say that those barrels no longer exist and we are left with a couple of hundred million barrels of difficult to extract sludge, a reduction of 93.5%. So Kozel "hyped and exagerated" our reserves by around 7.8 billion barrels or 93.5% then Bigdog. This is what happened when one of the industry Titans were found to have exaggerated their reserves by a mere 4.5 billion barrels or 23%. "Shell fined over reserves scandal. Earlier this year, the oil giant admitted it had overbooked proven reserves in its oil fields by 4.5bn barrels, around 23% of its total, wiping billions of pounds off its market value. The debacle led to the resignation of Shell's chairman, Philip Watts, its head of oil and gas, Walter van de Vijver, and the chief financial officer, Judy Boynton." hTTps://www.theguardian.com/business/2004/jul/29/oilandpetrol.news So an exaggeration of 4.5 billion barrels or 23% crashes Shell's share price, leads to huge fines and results in the resignation of it's top people. Whereas when GKP hype and exaggerate their reserves by 7.8 billion barrels or 93.5% (according to you). Nobody notices. No informing the market, no resignations, no fines and no crashing of the share price which has doubled since "the wipeout" from £1 to £2. You're just another bitter and twisted idiot who makes it all up as you go along aren't you Bigdog.
habshan: "The CON is yours oh clueless delusionals. share price 1.93 and Brent $80.52" Actually Bigdog it's apparent that it's you that's the clueless delusional. The share price is indeed 1.93 which is 4 times higher than it was when you said it was "heading for 40p and oblivion". And Brent is indeed at (now $80.97) which is 8 times higher than when it was at $10 and you said "The oil price is predicted to stay low for a long time." You're totally hopeless at all this aren't you.
shortsqueezer: Meanwhile GKP share price gets pushed down on no payment news and doesn't get pushed back up when we do get it.
highlander7: Is Biden Doing Enough To Make Big Oil Boost Production? By Robert Rapier - Nov 08, 2021, 3:00 PM CST President Joe Biden cast blame on Russia and OPEC for the current state of high oil prices. The perfect storm of shuttered production and lack of demand during the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a lack of investment in new oil production in the United States. Biden’s own energy policies have also created a lack of supply in the United States, forcing the country to import more oil than in previous years. Just ahead of OPEC’s next virtual meeting, President Joe Biden cast blame at Russia and OPEC for the current state of high oil prices. He said “If you take a look at gas prices and you take a look at oil prices that’s a consequence of thus far the refusal of Russia or the OPEC nations to pump more oil.” Javier Blas, Chief Energy Correspondent at Bloomberg News, posted video of Biden’s statement on Twitter. Two days ahead of the OPEC+ virtual meeting, US President Joe Biden is pointing fingers: "If you take a look at gas prices and you take a look at oil prices that's a consequence of thus far the refusal of Russia or the OPEC nations to pump more oil" #OOTT pic.twitter.com/k4N5g8NQbO Let’s be clear on a couple of things. First, a fundamental reason oil prices have surged over the last year is that U.S. oil production declined by 3 million barrels per day (BPD) during the pandemic. That decline was exacerbated by a price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia just ahead of the pandemic, but then the pandemic crushed demand (and oil prices). In response to the collapse in prices, last summer U.S. oil production fell by 3 million BPD — the largest short-term decline ever recorded. Demand started to come back in summer, and by fall demand was recovering faster than supply in the U.S. Our crude oil imports began to climb, and along with that so did the price of crude oil and oil products. One could make the alternative argument that rising gas prices are from the refusal of U.S. producers to increase production. However, it’s more complex than that. During the pandemic, some producers went out of business. Some low-production stripper wells were certainly shut down. That’s production that won’t come back easily. (And some of those factors also impact production from Russia and OPEC). But here’s the thing. Whether you think it was the right thing to do, the reality is that passing legislation that is hostile to the U.S. oil and gas industry makes it even more difficult for domestic production to bounce back. So, instead of asking Russia and OPEC to pump more oil, we could look internally to what we could do in the U.S. to pump more oil. I highlighted the risks of President Biden’s energy policies earlier in the year, because this is the sort of situation that can arise (not that this is the primary cause of this crisis, but it could be the cause of a future crisis). OPEC and Russia have some spare capacity, but they may be reluctant to use it to help Americans out with lower fuel prices. The International Energy Agency (IEA) recently estimated that OPEC+ spare capacity (primarily OPEC plus Russia) was 9 million BPD in the first quarter of 2021, but it sees that potentially falling below 4 million barrels BPD by the fourth quarter of 2022. It is certainly in Russia’s and OPEC’s self-interest to keep prices high. They are under no obligation to boost output to give us relief in the U.S. We can pressure them and dangle incentives, but this situation didn’t arise from their refusal to pump more oil. Nevertheless, they could probably do so if they wanted and give us some relief. Think of it like a doctor responding to a distress call on an airplane. They didn’t cause the problem, but they may be in a position to assist. By Robert Rapier
highlander7: Oil & Gas Equities in the Energy Transition: Exploration & Production VSA research The motorcades, private jets and rail debacles of COP26 have firmly highlighted the ongoing role that oil and gas have to play in our world. Equities do not reflect this and our benchmark index made up of ~70 AIM listed oil and gas juniors shows the sector is 20% below the 2016 cyclical low point and up 77% from the April 2020 COVID-19 driven low. Meanwhile, Brent is up 423% over the same period to 7-year highs while gas prices have spiked to record highs. Rising commodity prices evidently no longer provide the tide that floats all boats in the oil & gas sector, as even the majors are trading 13% below their pre-COVID level in January 2020. As prices collapsed in the early part of COVID-19 selling was a natural reaction, however, the energy transition and “Build Back Greener” sentiment combined with the growth of ESG investing has meant that investors have not yet returned to the sector, creating a significant opportunity. Whilst the oil and gas industry has been very vocal about the vital role it still has to play, this has been ignored by investors. The exclusion of the sector from institutional portfolios is not a healthy position nor a sustainable one, given that even in the International Energy Agency’s (IEA’s) 2050 net zero scenario, fossil fuels would still contribute over 20% of the energy mix, whilst Platts’ pragmatic approach based on actual commitments anticipates c. 50%. This means that exploration will be required. The current energy crisis is a case study in the implications of underinvestment and the role still to be played by junior O&G companies. It is clear to us that many stocks within the sector offer a significant value opportunity trading on deeply discounted multiples, despite rising earnings potential driven by the underlying rise in oil & gas prices. Our report looks at what has driven sector performance within E&Ps and highlights that despite the IEA’s headline grabbing reports calling for the end of exploration, success at the drill bit has in fact been the strongest driver for outperformance across the board. This means that certain companies with production and strengthened earnings outlooks have been overlooked. Touchstone Exploration (TXP LN) share price is up 380% from April 2020 until now implying a mkt cap of US$355 mn and Zephyr Energy (ZPHR LN) share price has increased 1105% over the same time period implying a mkt cap of US$116 mn. We have also studied the impact of what companies are doing in response to the energy transition, whether that be reducing Scope 1 and 2 emissions on site or whether they are mirroring the majors and bringing a renewable element into their portfolio. That said, the move towards renewables will narrow the parameters around what makes a successful Exploration and Production (E&P) project. Therefore, a more nuanced stock picking approach will be required for the E&P sector. VSA Capital Limited is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and is a member of the London Stock Exchange.
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