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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
  2.60 1.37% 192.80 193.80 194.60 195.60 189.60 191.80 1,306,396 16:35:05
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Oil & Gas Producers 79.3 -34.4 -16.4 - 409

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20/9/2018
14:46
Yes and presumably they have climbed it a few times already
guypender
20/9/2018
14:45
re. Schlumberger: "After transitioning from gas lift to an electric submersible pump (ESP) in several mature gas condensate wells, an operator in Kazakhstan found that varying reservoir conditions led to poor pump performance and production deferment. As an initial step, new pumps were chosen to better suit the well conditions. Then a real-time data acquisition and analysis service analyzed downhole data and adjusted pump parameters to accommodate the production variations. Gas, Production Variations After producing since the 1950s and 1960s, the field’s wells produced high volumes of sand and gas. The first ESPs installed, from a third-party supplier, lasted 22, 10 and 4 days, respectively. The operator asked Schlumberger for a better solution. For a trial in one well, Schlumberger installed a TPS-Line Russia-compatible ESP system with components, check valve and sand trap designed for the well’s high sand and gas production characteristics. That system’s run life was 122 days, representing a more than 500% improvement from the lower-quality systems." Read it yourself, even Schlumberger say there is a BIG learning curve. hxxps://www.epmag.com/case-study-schlumberger-tackles-esp-challenges-kazakhstan-1617186#p=2
broadford bay
20/9/2018
14:44
He has lots of data. He told us that
guypender
20/9/2018
14:37
BB, how many years experience do you have of specifying and installing ESPs?
bmo1
20/9/2018
13:54
Broadford, many thanks. Your explanation rather destroys the view of certain posters here that the ESP's are "off the shelf". Also, for the rampers to believe that any new ESP's and wells will all be successful is massively optimistic. The rampers here have never accepted that exploration and production poses several problems which can spring up at any time which of course alters everything and costs. They always believe that if something worked years ago it will still be great today. 2.88p, wipeout, delays, massive fall in production, possible gas and fluid issues says different imho.
bigdog5
20/9/2018
13:49
Having read a little on the Schlumberger website it would seem they know what they are doing. I'll leave it to the ESP experts if it's all the same to you
guypender
20/9/2018
13:49
J 😉
oilman63
20/9/2018
13:49
DOG5HITE has been talking to the guy in the petrol station again by the looks of it.
rhysevs
20/9/2018
13:47
T, stop pulling my leg!
broadford bay
20/9/2018
13:42
Om63, I think it can all be comfortably covered by "what was back years ago is nothing like it is now". Back then there were "fanfares" about everything but apart from the delusional rampers here still peddling their fantasies many of us realise that said fanfares now appear to have been just a means for troughing. I was discussing the other day with an extremely knowledgeable oil company source the following:-. I put it to them, do the rampers actually believe the fantasies they post or have they just been manipulated into believing the garbage all in order for trading purposes. I'll let you reach your own conclusions as to what their view was. It's very strange that if one alters their opinion on something which is based on greater additional knowledge and research, others just won't accept it.
bigdog5
20/9/2018
13:38
Jamie Thanks for explaining that for me.
oilman63
20/9/2018
13:11
"Plus the price is really 2.88 pence, not pounds, unless we ignore the 100 fold dilution as discussed yesterday" but back in the real world and present day (where the bitter ex-holders do not like to venture all that much) the share price is actually £2.88p.......that is a FACT......are the london stock exchange lying and quoting a price 100 larger than it actually is??!!!......and who is actually ignoring the dilution or saying it didnt happen? if you whingers and moaners bought more at 83p you probably woudnt be so sad and bitter. You could spend more time out in the world enjoying life instead of foaming at the mouth everyday, on a bulletin board for a company you despise, at anyone who dare to believe the share price will rise from here
welshki
20/9/2018
12:47
Hello BigDog 😃 The reason I asked about SH4 is because of the fanfare when it was drilled. They put out some very good results at the time and we all lapped it up with great joy but after all this time I really would like another update on how that particular well is performing so we all can compare it with the old results. My second question about how long a pump will last in a high Sulphur/Gas conditions and nobody has yet answered. With regards to new tubing I was under the impression that they had recently replaced tubing on at least one well and was interested on how much it has improved production on that well ??? Thank you for answering my last question and I must say I totally agree with you. I have noticed how when Oil Investor posts he tends to CHERRY PICK information and posts opinion as fact ??? It's no wonder people get confused. Sp £2.88p
oilman63
20/9/2018
12:21
Yup, the Gas issue looks very costly. Genel will be exporting theirs. Then what about all the Sulphur Mountains, weren't they going to be valuable? Has anyone located any of them yet:-)
bigdog5
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