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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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27/9/2018
16:23
hearts5 27 Sep '18 - 13:33 - 572690 of 572692 0   4  0 The ' welshski ' avatar is being used more and more by the team. Given its temper it has to be Hills or Fannyhorn. I thought some time ago when they first emerged from nowhere that the posts shared many similarities to that of fannyhorn, which is why they were filtered. Having proved him totally wrong on all points a few years back I saw no reason for a repeat. The rampers anger and frustration is likely to increase over the coming months as the challenges become even more apparent. Aimvho of course.
bigdog5
27/9/2018
15:26
❤️ 084;️❤️❤A039; SOLD BEFORE 🎄 FILL👢㈉8; Well I think its clear to any with more than a dozen brain cells (which may rule out some of the headcases here) that negotiating a psc amendment doesn't take 2.5 years😁 Negotiating and delivering a sale of such complexity and size does HOLD BUY AS MANY MORE AS YOU CAN SOLD BEFORE🌲794;🎅ㇳ7; "OPTIMISE CAPITAL STRUCTURE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE COMPANY AND SHAREHOLDERS". Says GULF'S FINANCE DIRECTOR " What you doing with all the CASH ? " asked the ANALYST at Q and A post presentation several months ago. " I can't say "adding " You can probably guess" he SAID.. WE CAN GUESS!! 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 and fund as many bought in shares as possible, bought in BUT AS CHEAPLY as possible! SINCE AROUND APRIL 2018 I THINK THEY HAVE BEEN BUYING BACK IN using an Accelerated Share Repurchase scheme widely employed by investment banks for this purpose. If they used cash on deposit that pile would decrease rapidly hence it would be impossible to hide this ongoing pursuit from the general market and the cost of share would rocket and make the process prohibitively expensive. "Repurchasing shares when a company's share price is undervalued benefits NON SELLING shareholders (frequently insiders) and extracts value from shareholders who sell. There is strong evidence that companies are able to profitably repurchase shares when the company is widely held by retail investors who are unsophisticated (e.g., small investors) and more likely to sell their shares to the company when those shares are undervalued" We also know investment banks institutions and funds have built very large stakes over the past 12 months.Where would GKP ANONYMOUSLY hold the bought in stock?* GKP bankers are CITIGROUP CITIGROUP NOMINEE ACCOUNT Below is June REGISTER HOLDING 8.21%....................CITIGROUP EUROPE ........ *as Bermuda registered company no legal disclosure requirements ON IMMINENT AND INEVITABLE TAKEOVER SHARE BUYBACK CONCENTRATES OWNERSHIP INTO LESS HANDS ADDING MORE HUGE GAINS TO THE 👀👀REMAINING SHAREHOLDERS 👀 JOIN THEM ! HOLD ! AND HOLD AS MANY MORE AS YOU CAN AFFORD TO BUY. SOLD BEFORE XMAS☃☃ ======================= Ref.ANON "I’m writing this Anon because I don’t know if it passes the regulatory sniff test for me to talk about finance on the record without making lots of disclosures. The three types that I have seen done in my career (which is investment banking) are either via the open market, via a tender offer, or through an intermediary financial institution in what’s known as an accelerated share repurchase, or ASR. 😊 [[Remind you of the Taconic block sales through Pareto securities ( intermediary ) accelerated book build placing ....I think GULF may well have bought that in 13.54 % in two tranches ]] No one will however tell you at what specific times and at what specific prices and sizes individual transactions have been conducted. Since most companies WILL TRY TO AVOID MARKET DISRUPTIONS in the execution of their buyback programs it is safe to assume that they (or the Investment Banks they hire for that) do not put in huge buy orders a a given point in time, but slowly build a stake by giving smaller limit orders on the lower end of the market over a period of time
therealminotaur
27/9/2018
13:33
The ' welshski ' avatar is being used more and more by the team. Given its temper it has to be Hills or Fannyhorn.
hearts5
27/9/2018
13:29
"The coming months will reveal and prove me correct on so many issues yet again" like i said before, you are more wrong than right so using "again" is laughable to say the least......and the things you are right on are 50/50 calls or stuff so bleeding obvious a retarded blob fish could forecast them you havent made any predictions on "many issues", you just either regurgitate what oilrag is saying or say "what about this" or "what about that" and its always vague, ambiguous, non-technical, factless and unsubstantiated.......there have simply been no specific technical (something you pretend to know about) predictions from you what so ever the only particular calls you have made of late are that the share price would fall through 83p, it would also never pass 130p and then you told us the recent results would be bad, you know the ones that the share price went up 20% in 4 days after.......all while pretending to have links to the city.........desperate moron is being kind
welshki
27/9/2018
13:22
I hope so , Dog5hite A NINETEEN BILLION DOLLARS PLUS sale would be very nice Although very cheap considering we have , in your oft expressed opinion , over ONE HUNDRED BILLION BARRELS of oil in Shaikan .
roverite12
27/9/2018
13:20
the optimal capital restructure remark was clearly linked to the re org of the bonds, nothing else. As for any spare cash how can ' cant tell you ' become a secret share buy back?
hearts5
27/9/2018
13:00
The coming months will reveal and prove me correct on so many issues yet again:-)
bigdog5
27/9/2018
12:50
Thx OI and pensioner,I might well fill another 👢y. 🚀
ccr1958
27/9/2018
12:45
Disagree oi-Using the excess cash to buy back is the most VALUE ACCRETIVE thing they could do for shareholders THAT DON'T SELL CHEAPLY NOW! BUYBACK COULD BE DONE BY OPEN MARKET /TENDER / or ASR Only the LATTER METHOD is not ANNOUNCED publicly TILL COMPLETED Which MAXIMISES ITS EFFECTIVENESS FOR THOSE SHREWD ENOUGH TO HOLD AND BUY MORE Tipping retail the wink was commendable if they want to still be holding when they announce the inevitable imo imminent Double figure £ sale
therealminotaur
27/9/2018
12:32
the real minotaur: that was imo a very strange thing for CFO Sami Zouari to have said in public. What do companies normally do with surplus cash? Return it to their shareholders in the form of Dividends, share buy-backs or paying-off debt. The latter cannot apply in this case, because GKP has only $100 million of borrowing and that level is low on standard commercial ratios. GKP are due huge additional sums, as has been repeatedly pointed out on here. There are the MNR Back-Costs for the Government Participation Option (now tied-up in the PSC Renegotiation), three months of Shaikan production (July, August and September 2018, say $50 million), and $349 million for past costs which are recoverable under the PSC Terms. Then there is the money invested in the 55,000 bopd programme, already underway, which is repayable to GKP by the MNR going forward. Personally I don’t think that Mr. Zouari should make “guessing game” remarks of that nature.
oil_investor
27/9/2018
12:31
4hr Bollinger tight as £&#@Volumes tiny Stochastics point to a move very strong one when it does break out
obesepaddington
27/9/2018
12:17
10:48 - 572671 of 572679 Edit 0 6 0 Well I think its clear to any with more than a dozen brain cells (which may rule out some of the headcases here) that negotiating a psc amendment doesn't take 2.5 years😁 Negotiating and delivering a sale of such complexity and size does HOLD BUY AS MANY MORE AS YOU CAN SOLD BEFORE🌲794;🎅ㇳ7; "OPTIMISE CAPITAL STRUCTURE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE COMPANY AND SHAREHOLDERS". Says GULF'S FINANCE DIRECTOR " What you doing with all the CASH ? " asked the ANALYST at Q and A post presentation several months ago. " I can't say "adding " You can probably guess" he SAID.. WE CAN GUESS!! 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 and fund as many bought in shares as possible, bought in BUT AS CHEAPLY as possible! SINCE AROUND APRIL 2018 I THINK THEY HAVE BEEN BUYING BACK IN using an Accelerated Share Repurchase scheme widely employed by investment banks for this purpose. If they used cash on deposit that pile would decrease rapidly hence it would be impossible to hide this ongoing pursuit from the general market and the cost of share would rocket and make the process prohibitively expensive. "Repurchasing shares when a company's share price is undervalued benefits NON SELLING shareholders (frequently insiders) and extracts value from shareholders who sell. There is strong evidence that companies are able to profitably repurchase shares when the company is widely held by retail investors who are unsophisticated (e.g., small investors) and more likely to sell their shares to the company when those shares are undervalued" We also know investment banks institutions and funds have built very large stakes over the past 12 months.Where would GKP ANONYMOUSLY hold the bought in stock?* GKP bankers are CITIGROUP CITIGROUP NOMINEE ACCOUNT Below is June REGISTER HOLDING 8.21%....................CITIGROUP EUROPE ........ *as Bermuda registered company no legal disclosure requirements ON IMMINENT AND INEVITABLE TAKEOVER SHARE BUYBACK CONCENTRATES OWNERSHIP INTO LESS HANDS ADDING MORE HUGE GAINS TO THE 👀👀REMAINING SHAREHOLDERS 👀 JOIN THEM ! HOLD ! AND HOLD AS MANY MORE AS YOU CAN AFFORD TO BUY. SOLD BEFORE XMAS☃☃ ======================= Ref.ANON "I’m writing this Anon because I don’t know if it passes the regulatory sniff test for me to talk about finance on the record without making lots of disclosures. The three types that I have seen done in my career (which is investment banking) are either via the open market, via a tender offer, or through an intermediary financial institution in what’s known as an accelerated share repurchase, or ASR. 😊 [[Remind you of the Taconic block sales through Pareto securities ( intermediary ) accelerated book build placing ....I think GULF may well have bought that in 13.54 % in two tranches ]] No one will however tell you at what specific times and at what specific prices and sizes individual transactions have been conducted. Since most companies WILL TRY TO AVOID MARKET DISRUPTIONS in the execution of their buyback programs it is safe to assume that they (or the Investment Banks they hire for that) do not put in huge buy orders a a given point in time, but slowly build a stake by giving smaller limit orders on the lower end of the market over a period of time👍㈇7;👌
therealminotaur
27/9/2018
12:16
Broadford Bay: Martime Executive say: “Shipowners weighing up their fuel choices after the 2020 IMO sulfur cap may wish to consider oil company expectations that about a third of commercial shipping will gravitate back to high sulfur fuel oil by 2030, according to naval architecture and engineering consultants Foreship. About 100 ships are running on LNG today, and the number will likely stay below 500 by 2020. At the same time, while the 0.1 percent fuel sulfur content limit within ECAs has led to 1,500 scrubber installations, yard capacity could only grow that number to 3,000-4,000 ships by 2020. Most ships will run on 0.5 percent sulfur content HFO to meet the upcoming regulatory cap.” It’s all a non-issue imo. Try finding another Shaikan lol. Plenty of people thought they could, and plenty of people have fallen flat on their face.
oil_investor
27/9/2018
12:04
"...We believe that fewer than 2,000 ships will be fitted with scrubbers and no more than 200 ships will be running on LNG by that date. Combined, no more than 10 percent of ships will be accounted for by HSHFO, LNG or any other alternative. Our expectation is that up to three million barrels per day of HSFO demand will be displaced by fuels with less than 0.5 percent sulfur content." 15th June 2018 https://www.maritime-executive.com/blog/marine-lubricant-options-for-a-post-2020-world
broadford bay
27/9/2018
12:03
its already made many millionaires John, to anyone who shorted this POS.
hearts5
27/9/2018
11:59
Bigdog5: can you please list “all the challenges” which you claim have resulted in “a massive fall in Shaikan production”?
oil_investor
27/9/2018
11:55
Broadford Bay: thanks for confirming that the Asian mega-refineries are paying a premium for sulphurous oil. btw I’m puzzzled as to who these “commentators” are, whom you say dispute that many ships have already been fitted with scrubbing equipment in order to deal with sulphur. Wartsila have said: “News, 5 July 2017 100 ships with Wärtsilä Scrubber installations In the beginning of May we reached a significant milestone for our scrubber business when we received a new repeat order for a scrubber system. That specific order will be ship number 100 with a Wärtsilä scrubber on-board. Due to this our reference list now consists of 100 ships with 190 scrubbers, operating with a total of 2723 MW all together”. In my opinion, with something like 90% to 95% of frontier exploration wells finding nothing - including yet another dud in the Namibian exploration graveyard off the Skeleton Coast the other day for Tullow Oil etc. - it seems to me that the existing international oil discoveries are the core of what the industry will have to live with, going forward. Sulphur or not.
oil_investor
27/9/2018
11:34
🇺🇸🇺🇸 7482;🇸Ӻ82;🇸🇺;🇸👆👆👆28070;BIGDOG IS A US 🇺🇸🇺🇸 7482;🇸BASED FRAUDSTER NEARING 22,000 NEGATIVE RIDICULING AND OBFUSCATING POSTS =OBJECTIVE CONVINCE HOLDERS TO SELL NEW INVESTORS READING THIS NOT TOO BUY GKP have loads of excess CASH Their share price is incredibly low v trade sale value Use the excess cash to buy in CHEAPLY and retire the equity This maximises returns for REMAINING shareholders (and all the directors and staff with share options😊) when they announce the INEVITABLE TAKEOVER. How do you do this without telling the market and the share price rocketing which defeats the object? You use an Investment bank to perform a buyback on the lines of "Accelerated Share Repurchase) plan (Google it) ANONYMOUSLY. (and of course have paid headcases battering retail sentiment to weaken private holders hands 24/7 CONSTANTLY!! THAT'S THE GREATEST BUY SIGNAL EVER BY THE WAY 🙄😅👍ALL THE BEST 😊👌 FD SAMI :" OPTIMISING CAPITAL Structure For the benefit of the company and SHAREHOLDERS) " 🎅🌲🎅SOLD BEFORE CHRISTMAS FOR AT LEAST £25
therealminotaur
27/9/2018
11:32
I reckon all the delays to operational progress, (apart from all the challenges that have resulted in a massive fall in production) could in part be down to JF waiting to see what the Political fallout will be and how that could affect the PSC amendment. No point in "doing a deal" with the MNR only for Baghdad to turn up and change everything. Good to see GKP recruiting from a top quality company though.
bigdog5
27/9/2018
10:48
Well I think its clear to any with more than a dozen brain cells (which may rule out some of the headcases here) that negotiating a psc amendment doesn't take 2.5 years😁 Negotiating and delivering a sale of such complexity and size does HOLD BUY AS MANY MORE AS YOU CAN SOLD BEFORE🌲794;🎅ㇳ7; "OPTIMISE CAPITAL STRUCTURE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE COMPANY AND SHAREHOLDERS". Says GULF'S FINANCE DIRECTOR " What you doing with all the CASH ? " asked the ANALYST at Q and A post presentation several months ago. " I can't say "adding " You can probably guess" he SAID.. WE CAN GUESS!! 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 and fund as many bought in shares as possible, bought in BUT AS CHEAPLY as possible! SINCE AROUND APRIL 2018 I THINK THEY HAVE BEEN BUYING BACK IN using an Accelerated Share Repurchase scheme widely employed by investment banks for this purpose. If they used cash on deposit that pile would decrease rapidly hence it would be impossible to hide this ongoing pursuit from the general market and the cost of share would rocket and make the process prohibitively expensive. "Repurchasing shares when a company's share price is undervalued benefits NON SELLING shareholders (frequently insiders) and extracts value from shareholders who sell. There is strong evidence that companies are able to profitably repurchase shares when the company is widely held by retail investors who are unsophisticated (e.g., small investors) and more likely to sell their shares to the company when those shares are undervalued" We also know investment banks institutions and funds have built very large stakes over the past 12 months.Where would GKP ANONYMOUSLY hold the bought in stock?* GKP bankers are CITIGROUP CITIGROUP NOMINEE ACCOUNT Below is June REGISTER HOLDING 8.21%....................CITIGROUP EUROPE ........ *as Bermuda registered company no legal disclosure requirements ON IMMINENT AND INEVITABLE TAKEOVER SHARE BUYBACK CONCENTRATES OWNERSHIP INTO LESS HANDS ADDING MORE HUGE GAINS TO THE 👀👀REMAINING SHAREHOLDERS 👀 JOIN THEM ! HOLD ! AND HOLD AS MANY MORE AS YOU CAN AFFORD TO BUY. SOLD BEFORE XMAS☃☃ ======================= Ref.ANON "I’m writing this Anon because I don’t know if it passes the regulatory sniff test for me to talk about finance on the record without making lots of disclosures. The three types that I have seen done in my career (which is investment banking) are either via the open market, via a tender offer, or through an intermediary financial institution in what’s known as an accelerated share repurchase, or ASR. 😊 [[Remind you of the Taconic block sales through Pareto securities ( intermediary ) accelerated book build placing ....I think GULF may well have bought that in 13.54 % in two tranches ]] No one will however tell you at what specific times and at what specific prices and sizes individual transactions have been conducted. Since most companies WILL TRY TO AVOID MARKET DISRUPTIONS in the execution of their buyback programs it is safe to assume that they (or the Investment Banks they hire for that) do not put in huge buy orders a a given point in time, but slowly build a stake by giving smaller limit orders on the lower end of the market over a period of time ,☃️a31;️
therealminotaur
27/9/2018
10:41
oil_investor, I have been following the IMO sulphur reduction issue for quite some time, but without bothering to post here. You may place whatever slant you like on the issue but, without greater investment in heavy grade processing units, this will result in more demand for lighter grades. You will find many other commentators who dispute the "many ships have already been fitted" assertion. Here's another little snippet from an independent organisation (IHS Markit Energy, Oct-2016) re the same issue that you probably missed: “Global [refining] margins will spike significantly in the years surrounding implementation”; and “crude price relationships, specifically between light sweet and heavy sour crude oils, will widen significantly around the compliance timeframe”. I really couldn't care less whether people buy or sell, but they should at least try to be aware of all associated issues. I think it was nlper who raised the whole "IMO low-sulphur" issue back some years ago - before she too was hounded from the board. For balance, and just for you: Here is another story that you may have missed, which says that the new mega-refineries are desperate to find adequate supplies of low-grade crude, recently paying $2/bbl more than the Oman crude (becoming the alternative benchmark to Brent in the Gulf region): "The new mega-refineries in Asia are struggling to find alternative oil instead of Iranian low crude oil supply, refineries are paying more than the market price." hxxps://www.haberler.com/iran-a-yaptirimlar-nedeniyle-mega-rafineriler-11266267-haberi/
broadford bay
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