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
  -12.60 -6.93% 169.20 169.60 170.20 179.00 168.60 179.00 1,313,906 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 196.5 62.5 27.3 6.3 379

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/2/2020
21:25
Broken up that black wall of text Statement about Kurdistan Region President’s meeting with leaders of political parties Erbil, Kurdistan Region, February 24, 2020 On Monday February 24, Kurdistan Region President Nechirvan Barzani chaired a meeting with the leaders of the main political parties in the Kurdistan Region. The meeting was attended by the Parliament Speaker, the KRG Prime Minister and the Kurdistan Region negotiating team for the formation of the incoming Iraqi federal cabinet. The meeting discussed the outcomes of the recent visit made by the representatives of Kurdistani political parties to Baghdad, their talks with the Iraqi political parties and Prime Minister- designate Mr. Muhammad Allawi. Following assessment and discussion of the outcome of the visit and in order to find solutions for the current situation in Iraq and also ensure an active participation in resolving the issues, the meeting reached the following conclusions: First: We work to form a new government that enjoys the trust of all communities across Iraq, has the ability to solve the current problems in the country, makes serious efforts to restore stability and also makes preparations for an early election. Second: The steps taken by Mr. Allawi so far have not earned the trust of many Iraqi parties and communities, therefore we ask that his work plan and agenda be revised in a way that the future government will address and meet the demands of all Iraqi communities. Third: We insist on protecting the constitutional entity of the Kurdistan Region in Iraq and all its constitutional rights including the disputed areas. The Kurdistani communities and the Kurdistan Region’s official institutions are the only legitimate bodies that can designate the representatives of the Kurdistan Region to the Iraqi federal government on the basis of genuine national partnership, consensus and balance. Fourth: Iraq is now facing serious domestic and foreign challenges and is passing through a dangerous historical turning point. Therefore, we urge all political leaders to join the negotiation table and reach a unified national decision. Fifth: In order to achieve these objectives, the Kurdistan Region’s delegation will continue talks and exchange of ideas with all Iraqi political parties.
nestoframpers
24/2/2020
21:05
SGM 2 weeks notice required
chinese_takeaway
24/2/2020
21:04
26/3 is fy results nestI agree sold before then
chinese_takeaway
24/2/2020
21:03
Statement about Kurdistan Region President’s meeting with leaders of political parties Erbil, Kurdistan Region, February 24, 2020 On Monday February 24, Kurdistan Region President Nechirvan Barzani chaired a meeting with the leaders of the main political parties in the Kurdistan Region. The meeting was attended by the Parliament Speaker, the KRG Prime Minister and the Kurdistan Region negotiating team for the formation of the incoming Iraqi federal cabinet. The meeting discussed the outcomes of the recent visit made by the representatives of Kurdistani political parties to Baghdad, their talks with the Iraqi political parties and Prime Minister- designate Mr. Muhammad Allawi. Following assessment and discussion of the outcome of the visit and in order to find solutions for the current situation in Iraq and also ensure an active participation in resolving the issues, the meeting reached the following conclusions: First: We work to form a new government that enjoys the trust of all communities across Iraq, has the ability to solve the current problems in the country, makes serious efforts to restore stability and also makes preparations for an early election. Second: The steps taken by Mr. Allawi so far have not earned the trust of many Iraqi parties and communities, therefore we ask that his work plan and agenda be revised in a way that the future government will address and meet the demands of all Iraqi communities. Third: We insist on protecting the constitutional entity of the Kurdistan Region in Iraq and all its constitutional rights including the disputed areas. The Kurdistani communities and the Kurdistan Region’s official institutions are the only legitimate bodies that can designate the representatives of the Kurdistan Region to the Iraqi federal government on the basis of genuine national partnership, consensus and balance. Fourth: Iraq is now facing serious domestic and foreign challenges and is passing through a dangerous historical turning point. Therefore, we urge all political leaders to join the negotiation table and reach a unified national decision. Fifth: In order to achieve these objectives, the Kurdistan Region’s delegation will continue talks and exchange of ideas with all Iraqi political parties.
beernut
24/2/2020
20:46
If the trolls had being ignored like I suggested a long time ago then the posts on this board would be in the 300K area .
nestoframpers
24/2/2020
20:32
Check your emails. GoatCam.
mcfly02
24/2/2020
20:31
Check your emails. GoatCam.
mcfly02
24/2/2020
20:09
Urals "SOLD before 26/3." CT said it was either last week or this week , case of Fosters hanging in the balance here.
nestoframpers
24/2/2020
17:48
I don't check in that often. 521 posts since 2012, not in your league :)
guypender
24/2/2020
17:33
184,768 at 172.02p.
habshan
24/2/2020
16:53
You just have to be optimistic always to hold here. Easy.
0ili0
24/2/2020
16:41
Indeed Urals :)Chinese, its important to recognise that GKP is:Massively Under leveragedRelative to ANY quoted indy E and P in the world doing even 20k b /dayThat's why takeover or NOT its as peel hunt stated (at 254) its the most undervalued E and P on LSE.... SOLD before 26/3.
chinese_takeaway
24/2/2020
16:29
johnyboy, you've been consistently wrong along with all the other delusionals for 10 years. The only asset left is light years away from what Kozel and his mates ramped on about whilst dipping their noses in the trough. The oil equivalent of Enron?
bigdog5
24/2/2020
15:56
Chinese, its important to recognise that GKP is:Massively Under leveragedRelative to ANY quoted indy E and P in the world doing even 20k b /dayThat's why takeover or NOT its as peel hunt stated (at 254) its the most undervalued E and P on LSE.... SOLD before 26/3.
urals
24/2/2020
15:45
Mobile phone ??? All prices can be viewed 24 hours a day. You seem to check in here often enough. No excuses.
mcfly02
24/2/2020
15:28
McFly, I have a full time job so I haven't had the time.
guypender
24/2/2020
15:28
LAgree it's utter no brainer territory Just need some patience.not much now.Your Div could easily be 15-20% as production already 30% higher year on year.BUT imo I'm afraid you won't get paid a div, you'll have to suck up a %1,000+ capital gain instead :)
chinese_takeaway
24/2/2020
15:09
Well I have just topped up at 168 and why not? I am confident that I will get more than that for them when I sell and it's a 10% divi in the meantime. They may go lower yet but they will go back over £2 eventually! The market is very unstable at moment. It's up one day and down the next. Am hoping they overreacted today!
tygarreg
24/2/2020
15:04
Correction they spending 5 times that on buybacks and diva! 100m so far Urals it would cost them 20m a year to release a further 200m.they spending 4 times that on divs and buybacks!!! That's because the buyback is part of the sale agreement conc voting, and the 200m will be used on the recap imo. Not having taken it up yet is another huge clue = sold ! 5.25% they guarantee, and if they aren't sold, and production is already 42k, a 100m div affordable, 20%!!!especially as if they aren't sold, they should take up the 200m notes to fund further indy growth,leaving even more free cash. But 99% certain imo they are SELLING up TBA pre FY Btw Urals the minimum guaranteed yield at 172 is now 5.25% (25m div guaranteed)Per last year's 50m it means it's 10.50% At 75m 15.75%However no more divs imo just the sale pre fy , but either way you look at it :)
chinese_takeaway
24/2/2020
14:52
Just a quick look back at Wildriders posts along with Hills HabscamScotHighlander7 and Nestofnutjobs from weekend and then look at today's price tells you all you need to know. But don't worry its takeover tomorrow eh Paul 😂😂😂 SHARE PRICE £1.69 and it's got that SINKING FEELING available on Amazon. Edit: £1.68p
mcfly02
24/2/2020
14:23
"This Dog cannae swim Cap'ain, she's diving to the seabed I cannae hold her." 169 - LOFL
kiltless highlander
24/2/2020
14:21
Mind the gap!
pensioner2
24/2/2020
14:21
Correction they spending 5 times that on buybacks and diva! 100m so far Urals it would cost them 20m a year to release a further 200m.they spending 4 times that on divs and buybacks!!! That's because the buyback is part of the sale agreement conc voting, and the 200m will be used on the recap imo. Not having taken it up yet is another huge clue = sold ! 5.25% they guarantee, and if they aren't sold, and production is already 42k, a 100m div affordable, 20%!!!especially as if they aren't sold, they should take up the 200m notes to fund further indy growth,leaving even more free cash. But 99% certain imo they are SELLING up TBA pre FY Btw Urals the minimum guaranteed yield at 172 is now 5.25% (25m div guaranteed)Per last year's 50m it means it's 10.50% At 75m 15.75%However no more divs imo just the sale pre fy , but either way you look at it :)
chinese_takeaway
24/2/2020
14:18
Just look at the Dow Wildrider 😂 Nearly a 1000 points down lol Guypender, have you not been watching gold move ???
mcfly02
24/2/2020
14:01
Urals it would cost them 20m a year to release a further 200m urals.they spending 4 times that on diva and buybacks!!! That's because the buyback is part of the sale agreement conc voting, and the 200m will be used on the recap imo. Not having taken it up yet is another huge clue = sold ! 5.25% they guarantee, and if they aren't sold, and production is already 42k, a 100m div affordable, 20%!!!especially as if they aren't sold, they should take up the 200m notes to fund further indy growth,leaving even more free cash. But 99% certain imo they are SELLING up TBA pre FY Btw Urals the minimum guaranteed yield at 172 is now 5.25% (25m div guaranteed)Per last year's 50m it means it's 10.50% At 75m 15.75%However no more divs imo just the sale pre fy , but either way you look at it :)
chinese_takeaway
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