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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
  -2.40 -1.23% 193.20 190.60 193.80 195.60 192.00 192.00 104,141 09:25:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 79.3 -34.4 -16.4 - 410

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20/9/2018
23:32
I wonder how many woofs Krypto the super dog has in him now ? htTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGsCLS-uHao
nestoframpers
20/9/2018
22:34
Broadford, thanks for the explanations. And possibly kind words? My question asking if new wells was the best way forward was serious. Possibly even rhetorical like so many of my "questions" are:-). As for your comment that you don't believe the "well" is the problem, that's interesting. FYI, I know and understand a vast amount more than most or that the rampers want to believe. So they accuse me of being bitter, I'm not, I'm extremely happy that my money is elsewhere. There are posters here that have done nothing but ramp the company for nine years using all means and spin whilst ignoring the points I've put forward in questioning them. The share price is under 3p in reality, what does that suggest.
bigdog5
20/9/2018
20:55
I must say your spelling is getting as bad as mine 😘
oilman63
20/9/2018
19:50
Broadford Bay: earlier today you mentioned gas production etc: “example (ERCE figures), the Butmah/Sargelu/Alan formations give ca. 400scf/stb At 55Mbopd that's 22MMscf - or roughly enough to power a single 125MW gas turbine generator. The Triassic KC formations give approx. 2,000scf/stb. At say 10Mboepd (1 well or 2?) that's another 20MMscf, so almost another 125MW turbine.” The Shaikan gas figures have always seemed a bit variable to me. Perhaps the figure of 22 million scuffs at 55,000 bopd is a bit low...Or maybe it isn’t. An experienced operator told me a while ago that 15 million scuffs (of energy-producing gas) would produce 90MW in an efficient plant. I think that allowing for the Hydrogen Sulphide and Carbon Dioxide content, that’s not inconsistent with your figures. That operator gave me details of secondhand power generation plant which is readily available - GKP could easily install a couple of generators at each Production Facility to power surface requirements and ESPs. GKP already gave the savings in diesel which they were achieving. It’s a pretty straightforward thing to assess and plan. The MNR don’t want excessive flaring, but I woukd imagine that faced with no income from Baghdad and ISIS on the rampage, stopping gas flaring would have been the priority of a fool. Be careful with the Triassic “gas” - because it is actually Condensate, wrongly categorised. ERCE failed to correct the third CPR for that, no doubt Jon Ferrier has has someone look into that. Regarding horizontal wells, GKP have mentioned such a possibility before. There are very many solutions, and it requires experts specialising in the topic to determine the optimal solution using computer simulations etc. Angled wells, vertical risers with branches coming off them, large-scale acidisation to create artificial vugs and dissolution slots and thereby greatly increase the effective producing interval area, these things are inputs into such computer models. I attended a presentation by such a company - many operators think they know best, but don’t. EDIT: the use of some of the Shaikan gas to generate power for use by GKP was quoted in 2014 as saving $4.8 million per annum in diesel costs.
oil_investor
20/9/2018
19:41
Broadford Bay has to be judged by the company he keeps - ie , the cretinous Dog5hite and the crazed lunatic Oilymanchild . His attempts to retain some kind of aloof dignity whilst consorting with these two blatant frauds are laughable You're no different , Broadford ....a bulletin board basher ....and that's it !
roverite12
20/9/2018
18:58
Ok I assumed ESP installation would be overseen by a company like Schlumberger, maybe it isn't them, but I suspect the company will employ somebody who knows what they are doing! Why do you have to be so contrary?
guypender
20/9/2018
18:39
A quick question if I may 🤔 I don't remember where it's said that Schlumberger are anything to do with GKP currently ??? Can someone point me in the direction ???
oilman63
20/9/2018
18:06
You seem like a reasonable and intelligent sort of chap, if a little aloof at times. I do see you engage with the dog and occasionally correct his more wild assertions. He has obviously got 'history' with this share, haven't we all, but I don't understand why he adopts such a negative view when the company is in the best shape it has ever been in.As for engaging with other postersI'm sure there are others on this board who would engage more with you if you reached out and discussed both the positive and the negative.
guypender
20/9/2018
17:57
Bigdog5 20 Sep '18 - 13:42 - 572321 of 572349 0 5 0 I was discussing the other day with an extremely knowledgeable oil company source ---------------------------------- Did you mention to him that you have written thousands of posts over many years stating your firm belief that Shaikan contained 100 BILLION barrels of oil and was worth over NINETEEN BILLION dollars - literally HUNDREDs OF TIMES your current valuation of £1.50 ? I'm sure this extremely knowledgeable oil company was really impressed with your expertise ..... LOL
roverite12
20/9/2018
17:40
guypender, bigdog, at the very least, is a necessary and valuable compensating element to balance the sheer unquestioning acceptance by many of whatever is said by the company and is claimed by mood manipulators here on this and other boards. What other credible poster(s) do you suggest I should engage with? Re. Schlumberger, as I said, their advice will be given and will be based upon what they know and what data they are given, probably by the operator. That "knowledge" will then be a dynamic dataset which will require regular and irregular updating as things such as breakdowns happen - allowing diagnostic failure evaluation to take place and improvement modifications to be incorporated. I certainly don't question their skills, experience and abilities but they are not magicians.
broadford bay
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