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 Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50p -1.21% 204.00p 203.50p 204.50p 206.50p 202.50p 205.50p 330,471 16:29:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 196.5 62.5 27.3 7.6 457

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26/3/2017
10:24
Correct Never ever more attractive FT Snippet Kurdistan O&G 25/03 '5 hours ago' 'It is clear that producers in Kurdistan are now facing a more mundane future than was thought back in 2011. But that does not trouble Jón Ferrier, chief executive of Gulf Keystone. The company’s financial restructuring last year shrank its gross debt from $600m to $100m. With regular payments from the KRG “we are in the strongest position we have been as a company ever probably”, he says. “If we are mundane that is fine by me.”'
josexi
26/3/2017
09:40
FT Snippet Kurdistan O&G 25/03 '5 hours ago' 'It is clear that producers in Kurdistan are now facing a more mundane future than was thought back in 2011. But that does not trouble Jón Ferrier, chief executive of Gulf Keystone. The company’s financial restructuring last year shrank its gross debt from $600m to $100m. With regular payments from the KRG “we are in the strongest position we have been as a company ever probably”, he says. “If we are mundane that is fine by me.”'
billy_buffin
26/3/2017
09:19
Whatever happened to Paul's Catastrophic Losses? Don't worry, they're still here. Ha ha lol pmsl.
chix_wiv_dix
26/3/2017
08:58
Good morning I forgot to mention typical industry p/e range from 8- 36 average around 20 So both on a reserves basis On forward 2018 earnings ( actually the next results will also show pre exceptional operating profits) And of course 2017 set to make £50m plus And as we see every month the cash balance increases So no wonder it's a highly coveted takeover target. He should be wary too about city estimates of 2018 4.9 It's even cheaper than that 3.5 in my calcs Even Rupert agrees Indeed, City analysts are currently expecting the company to explode into profitability during 2018. A pre-tax profit of £83m is expected for 2018, up from a loss of £35m for 2017 and £85m for 2016. Time to buy? For many investors the prospect of buying shares in Gulf Keystone may be too much, considering the company’s history, but the business today is nothing like it was this time last year. The group’s balance sheet is clearly cash rich and oil payments are now taking place on a fairly regular and predictable basis, although the company admits there’s no certainty this will continue. Nonetheless, unlike before, today it has the cash on hand to weather a payment drought for several months without sparking bankruptcy chatter. Based on current City growth estimates, shares in the firm are currently trading at a 2018 P/E of 4.9, which looks exceptionally cheap. But considering the company’s past, I’m wary of these estimates. The City has been trying to guess when Gulf Keystone will break into the black ever since its creation and so far, all forecasts have turned out to be wrong. hearts1
josexi
26/3/2017
08:50
Lol, and remember Not out was adamant that he had no multis and that even Dibrenda wasn't him. Unbelievable desperation.
hearts1
25/3/2017
23:03
Terence am I to understand you are not particularly fond of our resident oil analyst ?
oilman63
25/3/2017
22:41
I see we are awaiting with anticipation the recrudescence of the Leather Laity and their spreading of the Good News (the good news being they need never worry about another CGT bill)
terry hardacre
25/3/2017
21:01
I forgot to mention typical industry p/e range from 8- 36 average around 20 So both on a reserves basis On forward 2018 earnings ( actually the next results will also show pre exceptional operating profits) And of course 2017 set to make £50m plus And as we see every month the cash balance increases So no wonder it's a highly coveted takeover target. He should be wary too about city estimates of 2018 4.9 It's even cheaper than that 3.5 in my calcs Even Rupert agrees Indeed, City analysts are currently expecting the company to explode into profitability during 2018. A pre-tax profit of £83m is expected for 2018, up from a loss of £35m for 2017 and £85m for 2016. Time to buy? For many investors the prospect of buying shares in Gulf Keystone may be too much, considering the company’s history, but the business today is nothing like it was this time last year. The group’s balance sheet is clearly cash rich and oil payments are now taking place on a fairly regular and predictable basis, although the company admits there’s no certainty this will continue. Nonetheless, unlike before, today it has the cash on hand to weather a payment drought for several months without sparking bankruptcy chatter. Based on current City growth estimates, shares in the firm are currently trading at a 2018 P/E of 4.9, which looks exceptionally cheap. But considering the company’s past, I’m wary of these estimates. The City has been trying to guess when Gulf Keystone will break into the black ever since its creation and so far, all forecasts have turned out to be wrong. hearts1
josexi
25/3/2017
21:01
I forgot to mention typical industry p/e range from 8- 36 average around 20 So both on a reserves basis On forward 2018 earnings ( actually the next results will also show pre exceptional operating profits) And of course 2017 set to make £50m plus And as we see every month the cash balance increases So no wonder it's a highly coveted takeover target. He should be wary too about city estimates of 2018 4.9 It's even cheaper than that 3.5 in my calcs Even Rupert agrees Indeed, City analysts are currently expecting the company to explode into profitability during 2018. A pre-tax profit of £83m is expected for 2018, up from a loss of £35m for 2017 and £85m for 2016. Time to buy? For many investors the prospect of buying shares in Gulf Keystone may be too much, considering the company’s history, but the business today is nothing like it was this time last year. The group’s balance sheet is clearly cash rich and oil payments are now taking place on a fairly regular and predictable basis, although the company admits there’s no certainty this will continue. Nonetheless, unlike before, today it has the cash on hand to weather a payment drought for several months without sparking bankruptcy chatter. Based on current City growth estimates, shares in the firm are currently trading at a 2018 P/E of 4.9, which looks exceptionally cheap. But considering the company’s past, I’m wary of these estimates. The City has been trying to guess when Gulf Keystone will break into the black ever since its creation and so far, all forecasts have turned out to be wrong. hearts1
josexi
25/3/2017
20:33
I forgot to mention typical industry p/e range from 8- 36 average around 20 So both on a reserves basis On forward 2018 earnings ( actually the next results will also show pre exceptional operating profits) And of course 2017 set to make £50m plus And as we see every month the cash balance increases So no wonder it's a highly coveted takeover target. He should be wary too about city estimates of 2018 4.9 It's even cheaper than that 3.5 in my calcs Even Rupert agrees Indeed, City analysts are currently expecting the company to explode into profitability during 2018. A pre-tax profit of £83m is expected for 2018, up from a loss of £35m for 2017 and £85m for 2016. Time to buy? For many investors the prospect of buying shares in Gulf Keystone may be too much, considering the company’s history, but the business today is nothing like it was this time last year. The group’s balance sheet is clearly cash rich and oil payments are now taking place on a fairly regular and predictable basis, although the company admits there’s no certainty this will continue. Nonetheless, unlike before, today it has the cash on hand to weather a payment drought for several months without sparking bankruptcy chatter. Based on current City growth estimates, shares in the firm are currently trading at a 2018 P/E of 4.9, which looks exceptionally cheap. But considering the company’s past, I’m wary of these estimates. The City has been trying to guess when Gulf Keystone will break into the black ever since its creation and so far, all forecasts have turned out to be wrong. hearts1
josexi
25/3/2017
19:48
Little weed
billandben1
25/3/2017
13:56
I forgot to mention typical industry p/e range from 8- 36 average around 20 So both on a reserves basis On forward 2018 earnings ( actually the next results will also show pre exceptional operating profits) And of course 2017 set to make £50m plus And as we see every month the cash balance increases So no wonder it's a highly coveted takeover target. He should be wary too about city estimates of 2018 4.9 It's even cheaper than that 3.5 in my calcs Even Rupert agrees Indeed, City analysts are currently expecting the company to explode into profitability during 2018. A pre-tax profit of £83m is expected for 2018, up from a loss of £35m for 2017 and £85m for 2016. Time to buy? For many investors the prospect of buying shares in Gulf Keystone may be too much, considering the company’s history, but the business today is nothing like it was this time last year. The group’s balance sheet is clearly cash rich and oil payments are now taking place on a fairly regular and predictable basis, although the company admits there’s no certainty this will continue. Nonetheless, unlike before, today it has the cash on hand to weather a payment drought for several months without sparking bankruptcy chatter. Based on current City growth estimates, shares in the firm are currently trading at a 2018 P/E of 4.9, which looks exceptionally cheap. But considering the company’s past, I’m wary of these estimates. The City has been trying to guess when Gulf Keystone will break into the black ever since its creation and so far, all forecasts have turned out to be wrong. hearts1
josexi
25/3/2017
12:55
Joz. Confess, never been struck with the Oil game. In and out, as with the wind. Must admit, long Hurricane, lost a few quid there, but traded at wrong times. Short HSBA 698 - as with GKP, certain banker!
dudishes
25/3/2017
12:38
Hi Joz, Nighthawk, probably short. Didn't really notice the leather coated individual until short here. Closed short GKP @ 118, no interest now. My regards to you and Oilman63, don't let it get you down! Smart and shiny shoes walk elsewhere, like shorting banks! GKP - from 235 - damn good fun. cheers
dudishes
25/3/2017
11:09
G'day John, closed short @ 118 yesterday. Hope it goes well for you. You do not give up, maybe daft, but one has to admire your spirit. cheers
dudishes
25/3/2017
10:24
Not another multi Paul you sad sack.
hearts1
25/3/2017
10:11
So both on a reserves basis On forward 2018 earnings ( actually the next results will also show pre exceptional operating profits) And of course 2017 set to make £50m plus And as we see every month the cash balance increases So no wonder it's a highly coveted takeover target. He should be wary too about city estimates of 2018 4.9 It's even cheaper than that 3.5 in my calcs Even Rupert agrees Indeed, City analysts are currently expecting the company to explode into profitability during 2018. A pre-tax profit of £83m is expected for 2018, up from a loss of £35m for 2017 and £85m for 2016. Time to buy? For many investors the prospect of buying shares in Gulf Keystone may be too much, considering the company’s history, but the business today is nothing like it was this time last year. The group’s balance sheet is clearly cash rich and oil payments are now taking place on a fairly regular and predictable basis, although the company admits there’s no certainty this will continue. Nonetheless, unlike before, today it has the cash on hand to weather a payment drought for several months without sparking bankruptcy chatter. Based on current City growth estimates, shares in the firm are currently trading at a 2018 P/E of 4.9, which looks exceptionally cheap. But considering the company’s past, I’m wary of these estimates. The City has been trying to guess when Gulf Keystone will break into the black ever since its creation and so far, all forecasts have turned out to be wrong.
josexi
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