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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
  -6.20 -3.63% 164.40 164.60 165.60 169.20 164.40 169.20 584,480 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 79.3 -34.4 -16.4 - 349

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21/9/2018
14:10
Looking good for pop number 2. Iminnent!
flyposter
21/9/2018
14:09
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ccr1958
21/9/2018
13:18
Do you remember living DOG5HITE
rhysevs
21/9/2018
12:31
Do any of you remember fangorn? He and I had many an argument here. One of his many arguments was that I was wrong to blame the KRG for not supporting the Kurdish producers as regards paying them and that it was all Baghdad's fault. According to him the Kurds didn't have the money. Over the years I would suggest it's yet another issue I've been proved correct on. Do I feel a disturbance in the force:-)
bigdog5
21/9/2018
12:13
Hi Broadford bay, Its been interesting to read about your concerns regarding the ESPs over the last few days. Its always good to read both the upsides and downstides of any share. Theres one thing I would like to hear from you, you have been quite clear in your concerns and the potential negative outcomes for this share. Could you outline some of the positives over the last few months and potential positive outcomes of the company going forward?
bantercity
21/9/2018
11:46
MinotaurIf the company has been buying that would tie in with their own broker Peel dominating the book action for weeks
obesepaddington
21/9/2018
11:44
Very low volumes versus very wide days rangeContinuing like this for some time nowProper "squeezed" stock
obesepaddington
21/9/2018
11:18
Why does it matter now he says, Welshki the new 'johnny come lately'? So new expert on all things Kurdistan, how do you account for the story so far, share price from 4-5 pence up to £4.60 in old money, down to less than 1 penny in old money, back up to 2.8 pence in old money? Do you think these are 'normal' share price movements? welshki21 Sep '18 - 10:46 - 572399 of 572401 "Is that right. The share price is currently 2.8p in old money, ie the old money high was approx 450p" well yes of course that is right, but why does that matter now?
kiltless highlander
21/9/2018
10:49
"I suppose it's human nature to make up BS all in order to justify opinions whilst at the same time trying to discredit others. But it's still BS" finally he is calling oilman out, fair play! "However, all my reservations about the company and hosts materialised" errrrrr "all" of his reservations.........what was going to happen at 83p and 130p and the recent results.......they love a good porky pie dont they?! "Has any of the ramptastic stuff that was posted hourly back in the day materialised?" do we include your 2012 ramps in that question?
welshki
21/9/2018
10:46
"Is that right. The share price is currently 2.8p in old money, ie the old money high was approx 450p" well yes of course that is right, but why does that matter now? you said the other day the share price is actually 2.8p if you ignore the consolidation, but again i have to repeat, in the real world the consolidation happened and the price is £2.80p as quoted by the london stock exchange (unless you are saying they are lying?) and if you bought in at 83p instead of just whinging and moaning what % profit would you be sitting on? next question yes or no is all thats needed and this current time, are GKP in the best place financially and operationally than they ever have been?
welshki
21/9/2018
10:42
Broadford Bay: thanks. The Reserves and Resources tables show the Triassic as containing oil and gas. EEC Equipoise give the volumes. But as CEO Jon Ferrier clearly stated in late 2015, the numbers are incorrect. John Gerstenlauer and John Stafford had already publicly said the previous year that they disagreed with parts of the CPR, though they were referring to other matters and not to the Condensate. When I first picked up on this, I checked the RNSs and found references to Condensate. GKO have said that laboratory tests on retained samples showed that the purported Triassic “gas” was actually Condensate. Yes, clarity is required and the CPR is a puzzle.
oil_investor
21/9/2018
10:41
I suppose it's human nature to make up BS all in order to justify opinions whilst at the same time trying to discredit others. But it's still BS. I was massively critical of this company years ago (and for years) even when I held shares. I was labelled a "deramper". However, all my reservations about the company and hosts materialised. Has any of the ramptastic stuff that was posted hourly back in the day materialised?
bigdog5
21/9/2018
10:31
Good Morning Jamie 😃 I'd noticed that Schlum has been mentioned many many times probably by the same person under many avatars in an attempt to pump this and I just wanted to highlight the source as being sold by Christmas. Have I ever mentioned that I've met the main man at Schum ??? I note that Mr Nobody is trying to spin another persons words into something he can write 40 emails of complaint about. But of course it's only HIS interpretation of what's written and many who have received the 40 emails see through this..............."this won't end well" 😂😂😂 I would still be interested in seeing a side view of where they currently think the bottom of the gas cap sits at different points of the field ??? Some more detailed pressure readings at different points of the field ??? I would also be interested in the different pooling of API at different points ??? And for good measure the current estimate of water based drilling fluid in the fractures again at different points. And if any of the above contributed to the missing of the 40k target ???
oilman63
21/9/2018
10:13
oil_investor, I acknowledge your point about the KC Gas / condensate. I re-read the CPR several times and it's still not clear to me what KC output has been recognized as HCL, and what as gas. As you know, condensate is volatile, even highly volatile, and I don't know what methods were able to be used at the wellhead to properly differentiate between stable liquid, unstable liquid and any vapour subsequently produced by unstable liquid (i.e. that vapour produced after the initial gas/oil separation stage assuming such a GOS was available at the wellhead). It's an important distinction and some clarity would be welcome here.
broadford bay
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