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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gulf Keystone 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
  +1.50p +0.60% 251.50p 252.00p 252.50p 255.00p 246.50p 250.00p 1,032,916 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 196.5 62.5 27.3 9.4 577.02

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14/10/2016
10:00
Anyone worked out why we need an extra NED when the directors/bondholders are intent on selling to DNO?
pocopicu
14/10/2016
09:59
At 1.2p the mkt cap is about £270m. The new GKP has debts paid, money in the bank and production of 40,000 bopd.
excellance
14/10/2016
09:55
anyone worked out why we need an extra NED when we've given up 3 licenses...gravy train for the Troughers!
mr roper
14/10/2016
09:55
Well that is it then I am curious as to whether agreement with the MNR was reached or the fourth condition was actually waived by the Bondholders Postscript 1712 might have been a passable enough cricketer but I sure as hell wouldn't want him as my financial adviser! The guy is a retard
phillis
14/10/2016
09:51
Advfn don't show the new share issues? I would think that the new issue would have occur out of trading hours, so if it is today, then a temporary suspension?
lobo
14/10/2016
09:48
The Bhs took it
trader11
14/10/2016
09:46
@c31161 ok, well don't then.
deanroberthunt
14/10/2016
09:45
am I making you buy any ?
deanroberthunt
14/10/2016
09:45
Can't understand why anyone would dare buy in at this period of time, this could more than half again
c31161
14/10/2016
09:43
Dean: You think the bond holders want more than 1.1p because up to now they haven't accepted the deal. If no other offers come in and the KRG have a few more months not paying for the oil the bond holders will be on the back foot, in a weak position and DNO could negotiate down. It's a poignant time for payments and sporadic, unreliable payments aren't likely to entice bidders IMO.
cutthecagain
14/10/2016
09:42
D.N.O. 23,000,000,000 TAKE IT
tess_tickle
14/10/2016
09:41
Nicebut claims that GKP published a figure of 12.8 billion barrels of Reserves. Which he claims was a typo. He has got it all wrong, because that is NOT what they said at all.
oil_investor
14/10/2016
09:40
whatever happened to dear old Lenny?
deanroberthunt
14/10/2016
09:40
Agree. All offer and excess shares bought at 0.83p will make money here.
gkphero
14/10/2016
09:38
The bondholders and those now converted who make up roughly 85% of the new shareholding could push for the DNO deal to be considered now. They would get immediate part cash. They could ride a DNO recovery in it's stock price and still have exposure to Shaikan/Kurdistan. Shaikan could be run under the DNO board - shareholders benefit from greater production/revenue and wider assets. No need for a large board/GKP here running the single Shaikan asset thus cutting costs. It's going to take investment money as they have said - just to maintain 40k gross/day circa 24k bopd net. To get to 55k is only going to give them a net increase of 9k bls and at considerable re-investment cost. Where's the growth for shareholders over 1-2 years unless there is a major uplift in the oil price and/or a better payment set-up. Dno would wipe out GKP board cost and have far more significant capital and production/income to push Shaikan much further/faster along and at reduced costs as seen at Tawke where production there is set to materially increase. To me there is still no stand out rationale to invest in GKP. If you were a major holder via the restructuring i'd think there is much to merit the DNO offer at the moment for the reasons above.
zengas
14/10/2016
09:38
post restructing there is parity between new shareholders and bondholders.
deanroberthunt
14/10/2016
09:37
Oh dear. Nicebut is unable to explain his "typo" figure about the 12 billion barrels of Reserves. Because it's wrong.
oil_investor
14/10/2016
09:36
At last what's good for the bondholders is good for long-term PI's who filled their boots with offer and excess shares at 0.83p.
gkphero
14/10/2016
09:35
dosh, the bondholders will want to actually make something here. We are not talking about daft PI's anymore, as they are history. GKP is now owned by bondholders and they need more than 0.83p to break even, as the share issue stands today.
gkphero
14/10/2016
09:35
yup, but they'll want more than 1.1p
deanroberthunt
14/10/2016
09:33
very erratic stock like abnormal ECG fears for .4p
amgul
14/10/2016
09:32
It will be like Lonmin, without the subsequent rise. Dip below the swap price, consolidate, then dip another 20%. It's Kurdistan. BHs want out.
doshdabbler
14/10/2016
09:32
can't say that mate.....the market is fickle, but I'll be buying some more if it does.
deanroberthunt
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