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
  3.00 1.37% 222.00 222.00 222.50 223.50 216.50 216.50 197,479 16:29:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 196.5 62.5 27.3 8.2 498

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03/4/2017
09:42
lol, how do you get your reserves slashed by 99%? I suppose when the Kurdish oil industry is a tissue of lies and corruption, and the companies operating there are also deeply untrustworthy, nothing comes as a surprise.
2jester
03/4/2017
09:41
Telegraph Business Gulf Keystone boss brushes off takeover talk Jillian Ambrose 1 APRIL 2017 • 6:45PM The boss of embattled Kurdish oil producer Gulf Keystone has brushed off speculation that it remains a takeover target as he prepares to present the company’s $500m (£399m) turnaround plan to investors this week. The company, once a darling of retail investors, was rumoured to be the target of takeover interest from Chinese oil major Sinopec at the end of last year after emerging from a financial restructuring with a stronger balance sheet. The company was also linked to Kurdish peer DNO while it hunted for a willing buyer to avoid the painful financial overhaul. Jón Ferrier, Gulf Keystone’s chief executive said: “We tried for a long time to find a deal or farm-in solution but in the end we had an insurmountable level of debt. The takeover talks were seen as a lifeline then, but not now.” “The focus is on operational delivery on a standalone basis,” he said. Gulf Keystone dismissed DNO’s bid in favour of a $500m debt-for equity-swap with one of America’s biggest money managers, Capital Group, which slashed its debts from more than $600m to $100m. The company will report the first ever positive cash flows from its oil production operations.
oil_investor
03/4/2017
09:40
Good morning all.
avatar333
03/4/2017
08:58
Good Morning Jozeki 😃 I am shocked this morning because someone has posted real news and if people read between the lines a lot of questions are answered. Do you remember me saying Jon is currently playing poker and this is why the news flow is slow. Thanks to Fordian on 3iii A comment from the chief of MOL re Kurdistan (from MEES magazine) The firm wrote down the Akri Bijeel block in 2015 after its reserves were slashed by 99%. Shaikan output is steady at around 38,000 b/d, but Gulf Keystone and Mol are withholding the requisite investment to boost production capacity to 55,000 b/d and eventually 110,000 b/d due to ongoing concerns over payment regularity. Even when investment is made, it will be done cautiously: “I want the asset to a large extent to be self-funding or cash-flow neutral. I don’t want to over-invest in Shaikan.” >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Real world and not Stockport fantasy.
oilman63
03/4/2017
07:18
Good morning Poodles Lap dogs And any investors left What a wonderful day to Buy and Hold 🐩🐩🐩🐩 8041;🐩Ԁ41;😃
josexi
03/4/2017
06:54
What's your point Nest? There's been a lot of change since TM posted that in April 2013. Maybe you should live in current times rather than 4 years ago. Hills - cone on, post your letter from the Company, it really could brighten many people's Monday morning.
1302sb
03/4/2017
06:37
New Buy recomm we have just put out - http://www.alignresearch.co.uk/oil/kurdistan-oilers-flash-buy-recommendations-gkp-genl/
richie666
03/4/2017
06:36
New Buy recomm we have just put out - http://www.alignresearch.co.uk/oil/kurdistan-oilers-flash-buy-recommendations-gkp-genl/
richie666
02/4/2017
23:19
Just incase you don't know who TM is , Jeremy Asher .
nestoframpers
02/4/2017
23:18
19:17 Re: WSJ (sipe) dontcarp 1 UP [...] 04-04-13 Re: Who will Buy the KRGs Oil? Hi Gramacho, Super post. I would add the following: Mediterranean demand for sour, heavier crudes has been strong for a while now. This is party due to the Iranian sanctions, but also simply reflects plentiful light sweet crude and a relative shortage of middle-distillate and fuel-oil rich crudes at a time when middle distillates like diesel and jet fuel are the most sought-after products, and the fuel oil market remains strong. Indeed, Basrah Light and Kirkuk are already well traded in the Mediterranean as well as in Asian markets. As you say, the KRG can produce lighter or heavier streams by mixing the Taq Taq, Shaikan and other streams. In the present market conditions and those of the last couple of years, I would venture the view that it would not make sense for the long term to sell a very light Taq Taq-based crude which is lighter even than the Algerian grades, rather it would make sense to use the Taq Taq to blend with the heavier crude oils to make the quality consistent and hit a "just right", fairly heavy and sour quality for Mediterranean refiners. Taq Taq is also well suited for refining in the small refineries that the KRG has built locally, which do not have the extensive heavy oil upgrading capacity of the Mediterranean refineries and so are less suitable for the heavier production from, say, Shaikan. So I would expect as much of the heavy crude as possible to be exported, with Taq Taq and other light streams being used to balance the blend. I expect SOMO would rattle their sabre towards any of their existing customers, including traders, who wanted to buy direct from the KRG, but there are also plenty of traders and refiners in the Mediterranean who are not buying from SOMO directly (especially given the limited volumes that SOMO presently has to market in the Mediterranean) who would not be put off by such tactics. So in summary, I support your view that the KRG should have no economic difficulty (politics aside) in marketing crude oil into the Mediterranean, and the KRG will have some significant quality flexibility which should allow substantial exports from all of the producing fields including the heavy ones. Cheers, TM
nestoframpers
02/4/2017
22:32
Oh, and Joseki, just button it for Christ's sake. Everyone here is well aware of your agenda.
frenchybannedme
02/4/2017
22:21
Oilman, I think you might expect a little more than 16 minutes for a reply before junping to your usual conclusions.
frenchybannedme
02/4/2017
22:15
I knew you wouldn't 😂😂😂 A little bit embarrassing for you ???
oilman63
02/4/2017
22:13
More fantasy from the Oilman. Sad.
frenchybannedme
02/4/2017
22:09
Hills How about we compare letters from the company ??? I'll show you mine if you dare post yours. Come on Hills post it up I dare you.
oilman63
02/4/2017
22:03
Oilman: Dangerous Fantasist Alert. Again.
frenchybannedme
02/4/2017
21:10
I bet you checked your phone every few minutes though, just in case "he" had posted something.
redhammy
02/4/2017
20:34
Good Evening Jozeki 😃 I took my own advice today and spent the day in the Lake District finished off with dinner in a restaurant on the edge of Windermere watching the sun go down. Stunning ! I bet nothing changed in GKP blog world.
oilman63
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