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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KRG PM Nechirvan Barzani arrives in Baghdad to discuss Iraq gov’t, presidency By Rudaw 5 hours ago 813 Views KRG PM Nechirvan Barzani arrives in Baghdad to discuss Iraq gov’t, presidency KRG Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani meets with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in Baghdad, September 22, 2018. Photo: PMO ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Nechirvan Barzani, prime minister of the Kurdistan Region, has arrived in Baghdad for talks on Iraqi government formation and the question of who will become president. Barzani, who is deputy president of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), met with Haider al-Abadi, the incumbent prime minister of Iraq, Shiite cleric Ammar al-Hakim, head of the Hikma Front, and Nouri al-Maliki, former Iraqi prime minister and head of State of Law. Barzani and Maliki discussed candidates for the presidency, the State of Law leader's office said in statement. Maliki stressed the need for political stability to provide services. During his whirlwind visit, Barzani also met with Ataa Movement founder and former National Security Advisor Falih Alfayyadh, Iraqi National Accord founder Ayad Allawi, and Fatih Alliance leader Hadi al-Amiri. KRG
Marshall Wace have managed to unwind 165,000 of their August short position.They still need to buy 1,750,000 to close the rest of it by my calculations.Explains the squeezed trading400 not 300 sooner than later
...Reliability of such ESPs has improved greatly, but they are still a weak link and many fail within 12 months if installation has not been expertly done or downhole conditions were not reflected in the choice/specification of all components. If done properly, they can run for more than 3 years even in sour service environments. Any production manager using ESP would want a spare, on his shelf, for every ESP fitted in a well; the production downtime waiting for a new replacement package to be assembled to your specification would probably ensure you getting fired if you didn't.
broadford bay
BD5 - Kick out the shams.
stockport winner
A couple of days ago Oilman and Bigdog asked this question from the safety of the station platform while yapping at the receding train:- Oilman - "Can anyone tell me what the life expectancy of a pump is operating on somewhere like Gulfs block ???" Seeing something that he perceived as being a negative, Bigdog latched onto it and repeated the question - "Can anyone tell me what the life expectancy of a pump is operating on somewhere like Gulfs block ???" As the pair of them have no interest in trying to absorb and retain basic information, not even when provided by the 3rd Amigo, they didn't know that the question had already been answered:- BroadfordBay - "If done properly, they can run for more than 3 years even in sour service environments."
Would the existing main shareholders complain if they were offered a deep discount to the current SP? Unlikely. If and when the new shiny FDP gets signed off for the 75k plan a garage load money will be required at some point. Bonds would appear the best way to go as the interest should be easily covered. Consider the KRG's position. They have massive debts that Baghdad won't pay. What did the MNR do recently to get rid of their debts to other Producers and isn't it possible the same will occur with GKP? If that happens it could alter the whole picture and the requirement for different additional funding solutions. Before you assume that's all negative do engage what you use for brain cells:-)
He deliberately attempts to scaremonger the only source of cheap share sellers Private investors He is a fraudster If they needed cash the bond market would supply it The company is worth several times its market value No wonder fraudsters are trying to convince retail to sell
I can't make the bloke out. He has some very interesting and informative posts but then suggests placing more shares. Can you imagine the howling that would start?
bantercity: Broadford Bay says that GKP should replace the 55,000 bopd fully funded programme with a 75,000 bopd programme, announcing to the market that they will at some future point be diluting the company with the issue of more equity! Rather like Gordon Brown announcing that he was intending to sell Britain’s gold lol. So what was the point removing the borrowing cap via the recent changes to the $100 million Bond structure? If Messrs Huijskes and Ferrier were to suggest unnecessary and wholly avoidable equity dilution, I think they might well be out of a job pretty quickly, with institutional boots contacting the seats of their pants.
Thanks for your reply Broadford, you provided some balance. Interesting post, I appreciate it.
You paid for that Blackberry nesto, and part of the yacht!
kiltless highlander
Todd on his Blackberry from his Yacht in the French Riviera , the good old days.
Weekend cheer you up.
JB they haven't spent 2.5 years negotiating just a PSC!! They had huge interest long ago. It's a done deal just waiting to be announced .IMO ongoing buyback maximises the insiders profits Buyback IMO will be around 30% which if the trade sale is at say £25 $7bn as WZR metrics adds 50% £37.50 Expect more actually £ 30-75 my range
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