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
  0.00 0.0% 218.50 218.50 219.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 196.5 62.5 27.3 8.1 490

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04/4/2017
13:51
I've asked Mrs AVATAR333 to have a look at it, Bullster.
avatar333
04/4/2017
13:44
Doubt GKP would build THERE OWN pipeline from SH to the main pipeline, that would not be allowed. Suggest you ask Ashti Why and he asks the MP why? $ to the KDP and there own companys is first priority, ..They would be allowed to fund a Pipeline:) may have :) certainly not allowed to build or control one.
oliver666
04/4/2017
13:32
nestoframpers - 04 Apr 2017 - 13:01 - 537073 of 537077 - 570 bill yuan is only $10 bill so can't be buying GKP then.At a guess I'd say he's probably had 3 pints of blackthorns and 2 spliffs at present. After 5 pints of cider he starts on the Kurd war porn.
hearts1
04/4/2017
13:19
They might get 1.65p ps if someone likes heavy oil. But anyone interested will be looking at the MNR's history and wondering whether the major investment that Shai Con requires is worth all the trouble. Major's have exited Kurdistan, the KRG's debt's are massive and still the only export route is out through Turkey and will be for years. As for GKP, how long will it take to get to 55k a day which all things considered (Kozel 150k by 2014) isn't that impressive. I doubt the company can achieve that this year and its going to take a lot of money. Just mulling.
bigdog5
04/4/2017
12:41
Nest $10bn is £35 a share I reluctantly accept... 😳
josexi
04/4/2017
12:39
I forgot Buy And Hold Obviously All the best 🐩🐩🐩🐩 8041;
josexi
04/4/2017
12:39
So Clueless puppies🐩 8041;🐩 Valuation valuations Analysts reckon £3.5 CPR£4.75-15 I think it'll go for £7-11 What go other shareholders think???
josexi
04/4/2017
12:01
70 bill yuan is only $10 bill so can't be buying GKP then.
nestoframpers
04/4/2017
11:47
Yes we all saw what you did there you spamming Stockport clown. You had to login as another name because you get picked up on 3 consecutive posts by the Mods.
billandben1
04/4/2017
10:39
Uncheck the “Safe boot” box, after booting up in "safe mode".
bullster
04/4/2017
10:24
Buy 😳😳😳😛 8539;😛 https://www.bloomberg.com/gadfly/articles/2017-03-27/china-s-oil-majors-are-ready-to-splurge-again CHINA OIL TURNS ON CASH TAPS Capital spending by western oil majors is still falling.... It's a different picture in China. The only shareholder that really matters is the government, and Beijing's focus is not so much on returns to investment as on energy security. That helps explain the sharp about-turn in capital spending plans announced over the past week at Cnooc Ltd. and China Petroleum & Chemical Corp, or Sinopec. Cnooc cut capital spending by 26 percent to 49.5 billion yuan ($7.2 billion) in 2016, but that's set to bounce back to a range of 60 billion yuan to 70 billion yuan this year, according to a company presentation. The result will be even more dramatic at the much larger Sinopec: Spending will jump about 44 percent, in line with the upper end of Cnooc's forecast change, to hit 110 billion yuan. There are two major reasons for this. One is that issue of energy security -- a particularly important consideration when you're the world's biggest net importer of crude. Oil reserves at China's big three have shrunk by about 1.8 billion barrels over the past year, and while much of that change will have been a result of weaker oil prices rather than physical consumption, planners will still want to see them replaced.Another will be more familiar to Western companies. Free cash flow at both Sinopec and Cnooc more than doubled last year. Sinopec has done particularly well from low crude prices, thanks to its focus on refining and marketing: free cash flow in 2016 came to 138 billion yuan, almost 30 percent more than its combined total in every year since 1997.One option in the face of such a flood of cash is to pass a mega-dividend up to shareholders, as coal miner China Shenhua Energy Co. did earlier this month. But such a move only makes sense if, as with Shenhua, you have a core business that's in terminal decline. Looking at Sinopec's ambitious plans to shift more business away from oil and into gas, it's clear there's scope for investment. China Inc. has opened its checkbook.
josexi
04/4/2017
10:23
So as we are all investors here Looking to make a good return Gkp an inevitable takeover it's just Who and how much Let's look at : Clueless takeover valuations?? Clueless industry analysts £3.50 Clueless Independant auditors ERCE £4.75 - £15 Clueless Ashti Hawrami MNR minister £5.25 Huge buy Huge hold And all the best 🐩🐩🐩🐩 8041;🐩Ԁ41;🐩
josexi
04/4/2017
10:23
Jester I fully agree with you on that. If you checkout that KRG map two slightly different routes. So the Atrush spur could be up and running but will make little difference to us. And just to add this is what Madmin on 3iii was alluding to the other day when said some activities around the pipe yard. News for you we no longer have a pipe yard and haven't had for a long time so any activity in that area is nothing to do with us.
oilman63
04/4/2017
10:18
Can I get back to normal mode whilst in safe mode?
avatar333
04/4/2017
10:07
To be fair OM, and discluding the folly gimp bob, i saw no reason why we wouldn't be connecting to it ourselves. Its backward building two pipeplines when 1 would do. Whats the problem with building the blending plant where the Atrush spur meets the mainline, or even further up the spur at Shaikan itself? No doubt some senior KRG corrupt scumbag is making a fortune out of it.
2jester
04/4/2017
10:01
Buy 😳😳😳😛 8539;😛 https://www.bloomberg.com/gadfly/articles/2017-03-27/china-s-oil-majors-are-ready-to-splurge-again CHINA OIL TURNS ON CASH TAPS Capital spending by western oil majors is still falling.... It's a different picture in China. The only shareholder that really matters is the government, and Beijing's focus is not so much on returns to investment as on energy security. That helps explain the sharp about-turn in capital spending plans announced over the past week at Cnooc Ltd. and China Petroleum & Chemical Corp, or Sinopec. Cnooc cut capital spending by 26 percent to 49.5 billion yuan ($7.2 billion) in 2016, but that's set to bounce back to a range of 60 billion yuan to 70 billion yuan this year, according to a company presentation. The result will be even more dramatic at the much larger Sinopec: Spending will jump about 44 percent, in line with the upper end of Cnooc's forecast change, to hit 110 billion yuan. There are two major reasons for this. One is that issue of energy security -- a particularly important consideration when you're the world's biggest net importer of crude. Oil reserves at China's big three have shrunk by about 1.8 billion barrels over the past year, and while much of that change will have been a result of weaker oil prices rather than physical consumption, planners will still want to see them replaced.Another will be more familiar to Western companies. Free cash flow at both Sinopec and Cnooc more than doubled last year. Sinopec has done particularly well from low crude prices, thanks to its focus on refining and marketing: free cash flow in 2016 came to 138 billion yuan, almost 30 percent more than its combined total in every year since 1997.One option in the face of such a flood of cash is to pass a mega-dividend up to shareholders, as coal miner China Shenhua Energy Co. did earlier this month. But such a move only makes sense if, as with Shenhua, you have a core business that's in terminal decline. Looking at Sinopec's ambitious plans to shift more business away from oil and into gas, it's clear there's scope for investment. China Inc. has opened its checkbook.
josexi
04/4/2017
09:59
So as we are all investors here Looking to make a good return Gkp an inevitable takeover it's just Who and how much Let's look at : Clueless takeover valuations?? Clueless industry analysts £3.50 Clueless Independant auditors ERCE £4.75 - £15 Clueless Ashti Hawrami MNR minister £5.25 Huge buy Huge hold And all the best 🐩🐩🐩🐩 8041;🐩Ԁ41;🐩
josexi
04/4/2017
09:39
Good morning, AVATAR333.
bullster
04/4/2017
09:39
It must suck to be bob. Constantly trying to pretend to be someone he's not. All rather pityful.
2jester
04/4/2017
09:38
Good Morning 😃 Let's correct some of that misleading Kurdish press. Gkp will not link into the Atrush pipeline. They will however build their own independent pipeline down to the main line running up from Kirkuk where it will go into a new blending plant. So the fact it's running across Shaikan gives the impression we will link in at that point is incorrect. It's still going to cost millions (but not much) to build our own spur and is in current budget plans. All above is public knowledge and available on the KRG website where you will find a map showing the SH spur as a dotted black line running alongside the Atrush pipeline.
oilman63
04/4/2017
09:12
Maybe you should choose Metaphors that fit the bill. 'Oola Oola!'.
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