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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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22/9/2018
01:15
Word on the street is that we have up to a dozen interested parties. Make of this Friday night whisper what you will.
gkphero
22/9/2018
01:12
It's £65 per share that the long players in GKP are holding for. Everyone else is just cannon fodder.
gkphero
21/9/2018
18:48
Yes pensioner regards hammetvThis is a very squeezed stockWhen it does go north it will be fast and powerful Stochastics all signal a very strong move
obesepaddington
21/9/2018
17:49
ObesePaddington21 Sep '18 - 17:27 - 572436 of 572437 0 4 1 The C and H on the daily and 4hr points 320 plus plus short order In my judgement we will see that next week Clearly a bid here is always a possibility in which instance all tech folds and 400+ ---------------------------------------------------------------- Plus a very big hammer on the daily.
pensioner2
21/9/2018
17:39
That's not a straw the old dog is clutching, TRM, it's a whole field full of hay bales. I suppose when you've lost all credibilty there's nothing to lose by throwing in something absurd.
pensioner2
21/9/2018
17:27
The C and H on the daily and 4hrpoints 320 plus plus short order In my judgement we will see that next weekClearly a bid here is always a possibility in which instance all tech folds and 400+
obesepaddington
21/9/2018
17:15
2.85p extremely "toppy" but offers the company a chance to go for a placing. You never know what the FDP could throw out:-)
bigdog5
21/9/2018
16:46
Bantercity, Firstly, if I may correct you: I have not posted about potential negative outcomes for GKP. I did (because I still believe it would be, or would have been, a great way to regain the initiative, grasp the nettle and forge ahead) say that a future fundraising (share issue) would be the way to go and that we should skip the 55 target and go straight for the 75Mbopd. I still think that would have been a great move. Some have taken that to be a negative; that’s their prerogative. What I generally try to do is correct some misleading statement made by “the rampers”; those might range from “ESPs are off-the-shelf” to “gas isn’t a problem (issue)”, to the price achieved at Ceyhan for SH heavy crude. If you then throw in some misleading claims about how quickly we could move to 55Mbopd/75Mbopd/110Mbopd and how everything is going to be “self-financing” you have a perfect playing field for a good old “Aunt Sally” (knock the coconuts off the shelf), where you can offer your own views, some of which are supported by info from sources you chose not to make public, hopefully have some of the issues debated properly and at the very least knock down a few coconuts. Some positives – and some others 1.The fact that payments are now being received regularly, although 3 months out-of-sync, is good news and, barring the unexpected, should underpin the company’s stated future growth plans. Note that I say only underpin, as in in “give a firm foundation to”. 2.The discount to Brent, currently $22.80/bbl incl. all transportation and handling fees, is, taking the heavy crude discount into account, an acceptable number. I note that it increased slightly (H1 Results) and no explanation was given but I have been informed that the SH crude °API & %S are at the root of this. 3.The connection of PF-2 to the so-called Atrush pipeline is also something to be welcomed – although the use of this stretch of pipeline will have to be paid for and, if my knowledge of KAR is anything to go by, will not be cheap. I have $1.25 - $1.50/bbl in my assumptions for this service (Atrush tie-in point to Faysh Khabur/Dayrabun) but again, no guidance is given as to costs or to savings. 4.The H1 Results also introduced another export route – 130km S to the Khurmala CPF, but offered no justification or reason for this. It’s always good to have an alternative sales outlet / route for at least some of your output. Again, the lack of explanation just invites unnecessary (negative) speculation that should be avoided. My view, however, is that this is associated with #2 above. While you are here, why don't you ask the more positively inclined here to justify their Sinopec rampings, their sold-by-Christmas rubbish, their £30/share takeover nonsense, their fill-yer-boots stuff etc, etc. The company has some "History" with regard to making dubious claims and, despite having a new management and what we presently perceive as a good run (SP-wise), it has still to be proven that they can be fully trusted to tell us the truth about technical / performance issues. Perhaps that goes with the Main Board Listing (as opposed to AIM-listed), perhaps it has to do with the Sleeping Majority Shareholders - I don't know. What I do know is that I view everything that is said very critically - and more to the point, I try as far as I am able to understand what is NOT being said. I'm not blinded by a 285p share price - and I still see that as a bit toppy. Cheers
broadford bay
21/9/2018
16:40
I see 'someone' has been busy getting posts removed!
kiltless highlander
21/9/2018
16:35
I am invested in this share and even I have minotaur filtered. Just too much.
from8to800
21/9/2018
15:40
When you think about it it makes considerable sense for Gkp to be buying back. The market price is a huge discount to trade sale price. They have huge cash reserves CapEx going forward needs no capital - the bond market will supply any future CapEx supported by the huge free cash flow they have So Use the excess cash - to secure as many bought in shares as possible
therealminotaur
21/9/2018
15:34
you need a resolution to shareholders before any buy back of shares can happen, by law.wheres the resolution numbnuts...
hearts5
21/9/2018
14:43
deceitful drunk.
hearts5
21/9/2018
14:25
Like it , turning lesson 5 inside out. bantercity21 Sep '18 - 12:13 - 572408 Lesson 5: The derampers know YOU CAN’T VERIFY THEIR STATEMENTS. That’s why they make the statements they do.
nestoframpers
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