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GKP Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd

145.00
-6.20 (-4.10%)
25 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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 -4.10% 145.00 145.60 146.30 153.00 144.80 151.00 1,701,582 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Oil And Gas Field Expl Svcs 123.51M -11.5M -0.0394 -50.76 584.21M
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd is listed in the Oil And Gas Field Expl Svcs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GKP. The last closing price for Gulf Keystone Petroleum was 151.20p. Over the last year, Gulf Keystone Petroleum shares have traded in a share price range of 81.70p to 155.60p.

Gulf Keystone Petroleum currently has 292,105,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Gulf Keystone Petroleum is £584.21 million. Gulf Keystone Petroleum has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -50.76.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/5/2024
10:34
Hostile takeover defence.We are the most sought after independent E and P on Earth.Forcing bidders hands.....
redbed
17/5/2024
10:31
Question....
Why would we want to buy our own shares back if we knew the share price would rise on pipeline opening news?

whynow
17/5/2024
10:16
and again...

john@john78846295: 1h

Iraqi envoy to the UN: #Erbil and #Baghdad have reached an agreement to re-export oil.

"The teams of the #KRG and federal government have reached an agreement on resumption of #oil exports".

highlander7
17/5/2024
10:16
Thinking about it Barzani did come back from Baghdad in about April saying an agreement had been reached.
( April jut gone as they would call it last April)

beernut1
17/5/2024
10:10
Thanks Habshan.
The Lse poster did say don’t shoot the messenger. We’ve heard it so many times.

Cheers

beernut1
17/5/2024
10:10
https://twitter.com/john78846295/status/1791380555617214747?t=zxAHYDH0Y45s1oYOMnWd3g&s=19Iraqi envoy to the UN: #Erbil and #Baghdad have reached an agreement to re-export oil."The teams of the #KRG and federal government have reached an agreement on resumption of #oil exports".
luckyclicker
17/5/2024
10:10
A serious related issue is looming, this being a world shortage of tea, coffee and digestive biscuits due to the sheer volume of ‘meetings̵7; in Iraq.

The knock on effects are considered inflationary as prices in western economies for said food commodities skyrocket due to Iraq cornering the market.

Joe Biden has been briefed (during s rare spell when he was awake) and is mindful that this issue will add to US inflation and delay the US FED lowering interest rates. Hence, another delegation has headed to Iraq to push for a resolution.

highly geared
17/5/2024
09:44
No detail beernut, the report refers to an agreement made in April last year so let's hope the envoy isn't talking about that one, I guess we'll have to wait and see.

Translation:-

Rudaw an hour ago - Iraqi envoy to the UN: Erbil and Baghdad have reached an agreement to re-export oil.

Iraqi envoy to the United Nations said that Erbil and Baghdad have reached an agreement to resume oil exports. They have reached a basic agreement to continue sending salaries to the Kurdistan Regional Government.

Iraqi Permanent Representative to the United Nations Abbas Kazem made the remarks at a Security Council meeting on the situation in Iraq.

"The two governments are working to continue to stabilize their relations in all areas, especially the issue of budget and salaries of employees, pensioners, Peshmerga and security forces of the Kurdistan Region," Kazim said.

The federal government has been sending the salaries of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) employees since April. According to the Iraqi official, due to continued coordination between them, they have reached an appropriate solution on the money, they have reached a basic agreement to continue sending.

The Security Council meeting is seasonal. UN Secretary-General's Representative to Iraq, Jenine Plaschardt, read out UNAMI's report on the situation in Iraq.

"The teams of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) and the federal government have reached an agreement on the resumption of oil exports from the Kurdistan Region," the Iraqi Permanent Mission to the United Nations said.

On March 25, 2023, the Paris Arbitration Board suspended oil exports from the Kurdistan Region, according to the Iraqi budget law; The Kurdistan Region must deliver 400,000 barrels of oil per day.

On 04-04-2023, in the presence of Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia Sudani and Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Prime Minister Masrour Barzani in Baghdad, an agreement was signed to resume oil exports from the Kurdistan Region, but after nearly 14 months has not yet resumed.

habshan
17/5/2024
09:44
And thanks for the downvotes doggy always good to know you are watching on ?
pittcock
17/5/2024
09:40
Thanks for the update once again Beernut. This time?? Who knows!
pittcock
17/5/2024
09:39
Cannacord and peel are market makers.... And have been responsible for lots of previous shenanigans!!
redbed
17/5/2024
09:38
For Martian??
pittcock
17/5/2024
09:32
From Lse

Don’t shoot the messengerToday 09:27
Iraqi envoy to the UN: Erbil and Baghdad have reached an agreement to re-export oil

an hour ago

Hastyar Qadir

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beernut1
17/5/2024
09:14
Hope they take their time with buybacks to make the most ofnMM shenanigans
ozzmosiz
17/5/2024
09:10
Good to see buybacks finally happening.
sbb1x
17/5/2024
09:10
If an agreed sale ( most likely)based on FY 2023 it will be announced within 10 -14 days max.That provides notice for vote through at June 21 AGM.If they are under hostile threat, the buyback is part of that battle,if not it's a stabilisation program pre Sale RNS.Corporate news highly likely very near.
worldquant
17/5/2024
09:05
Hopefully all the efforts in process by many can quash the haters and get a deal done. The six dollar a barrel is still being touted an this is still the biggest obstacle.
If they cant get it done now we wait another 16 months.
The company is in good shape and a sale announced at anytime very possible, but I feel not in the next 3 months. Hope I am wrong.

hydrocarbon1
17/5/2024
08:31
Assistant Secretary Pyatt commends energy progress in Kurdistan Region
Looking ahead, Pyatt expressed optimism about furthering energy collaboration between the United States and Iraq, particularly in the Kurdistan Region. author_image Kamaran Aziz
15 Hours

KRG Prime Minister Masrour Barzani (R) and US Assistant Secretary for Energy Resources Geoffrey R. Pyatt (L) during their joint press conference. (Photo: Kurdistan 24)
KRG Prime Minister Masrour Barzani (R) and US Assistant Secretary for Energy Resources Geoffrey R. Pyatt (L) during their joint press conference. (Photo: Kurdistan 24)
Kurdistan PM Masrour Barzani Geoffrey Pyatt Energy Sector KRG Oil and Gas Sector US-KRG Relations
Erbil, Kurdistan Region of Iraq – In a significant demonstration of the deepening ties between the United States and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, Assistant Secretary for Energy Resources Geoffrey R. Pyatt, accompanied by Ambassador Romanowski, participated in a pivotal press conference alongside Prime Minister Masrour Barzani.

Read More: PM Barzani, US Assistant Secretary Pyatt highlight energy cooperation in Erbil

The event underscored the importance of energy cooperation and highlighted the region's strides towards energy self-sufficiency.

Expressing gratitude for the invitation, Assistant Secretary Pyatt conveyed the impact of his visit, emphasizing the region's abundance of energy resources and its pivotal role in Iraq's energy landscape.

Drawing parallels to oil-producing regions in the United States, Pyatt likened the Kurdish landscape to "a little Oklahoma," underscoring its potential for growth and development.

The visit commenced with a tour of the Mass Global facility, a key partner for GE Vernova in the realm of clean energy solutions.

Pyatt lauded Mass Global's global initiatives, including ventures extending to Europe, as emblematic of the region's commitment to meeting international energy standards.

At the Khurmala facility, Pyatt commended Sheikh Baz for his leadership in promoting entrepreneurship and economic prosperity.

He praised efforts to mitigate climate impact through innovative measures such as gas abatement and flaring cessation, echoing discussions held with Iraqi Prime Minister Sudani and his ministers.

Pyatt emphasized Iraq's potential to enhance resource efficiency for the benefit of its citizens and to bolster self-sufficiency.

He underscored the shared goal of building a sovereign, prosperous Iraq that aligns with democratic principles, echoing sentiments expressed during Prime Minister Sudani's recent visit to the United States.

Reflecting on the visit to Erbil, Pyatt acknowledged the pivotal role of the US Consul General and the embassy in Baghdad in fostering commercial linkages.

He underscored the importance of the energy capital, Houston, in shaping bilateral relations, noting its significance in the region's economic lifeline.

Looking ahead, Pyatt expressed optimism about furthering energy collaboration between the United States and Iraq, particularly in the Kurdistan Region.

He extended an invitation to Prime Minister Barzani to visit the United States, reaffirming the commitment to nurturing a robust partnership focused on prosperity, stability, and sustainability.

The press conference illuminated the shared commitment to advancing energy cooperation, underscoring the pivotal role of the Kurdistan Region in shaping Iraq's energy landscape and fostering bilateral ties with the United States.

beernut1
17/5/2024
08:29
PM Barzani, US Assistant Secretary Pyatt highlight energy cooperation in Erbil
"Today's visit has left a powerful impression on me in terms of the energy abundance of this region and its importance to the energy self-sufficiency of all of Iraq," Pyatt said. author_image Kamaran Aziz
15 Hours

KRG Prime Minister Masrour Barzani (R) and US Assistant Secretary for Energy Resources Geoffrey R. Pyatt (L) during their joint press conference. (Photo: Kurdistan 24)
KRG Prime Minister Masrour Barzani (R) and US Assistant Secretary for Energy Resources Geoffrey R. Pyatt (L) during their joint press conference. (Photo: Kurdistan 24)
Kurdistan PM Masrour Barzani Geoffrey Pyatt US-KRG Relations Energy Sector Alina L Romanowski
ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – Prime Minister Masrour Barzani and US Assistant Secretary for Energy Resources Geoffrey R. Pyatt held a joint press conference in Erbil, underscoring the strengthening ties between the United States and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq in the energy sector.

Prime Minister Barzani welcomed Assistant Secretary Pyatt, Ambassador Romanowski, and their delegation to the region.

He expressed gratitude for the ongoing US support in Iraq and the Kurdistan Region's energy sector. "We’ve heard about the United States interest and support to all of Iraq and Kurdistan Region in this sector. We are very grateful for your support," Barzani stated.

Assistant Secretary Pyatt highlighted the significant impact of his visit to the energy facilities in the region, drawing comparisons to oil-producing areas in the United States such as Oklahoma.

"Today's visit has left a powerful impression on me in terms of the energy abundance of this region and its importance to the energy self-sufficiency of all of Iraq," he said.

Pyatt emphasized the importance of partnerships with local companies like Mass Global, which collaborates with GE Vernova on cutting-edge clean energy solutions.

He noted the global reach of Mass Global’s operations, which extend to Europe, and praised the advancements in meeting world energy standards.

At the Khurmala facility, Pyatt commended the entrepreneurial spirit and economic growth represented by the site.

He highlighted the initiatives to manage climate impact through the reduction of gas flaring, an issue also discussed with Iraqi Prime Minister Sudani and his ministers.

"Iraq has the capacity to be much more efficient in the use of its resources, benefiting all citizens and increasing self-sufficiency," Pyatt remarked.

Pyatt expressed enthusiasm for the strong energy services relationship between the US and Iraq, particularly in the Kurdistan Region.

He praised the local partners' focus on collaboration and the understanding of American business operations. "We have a shared interest in building prosperity, stability, and sustainability," he added.

Looking ahead, Pyatt expressed hope for continued discussions and collaboration, inviting Prime Minister Barzani to the United States to further the relationship.

"I look forward to, at some point in the future, welcoming Prime Minister Barzani back to the United States so we can continue working on what is a very important relationship," Pyatt concluded.

The visit underscored the mutual commitment to strengthening ties and advancing energy cooperation between the United States and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.

beernut1
17/5/2024
08:25
🇧🇲 Rules 👌

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0ili0
17/5/2024
08:25
We have run 26 miles and can see the finishing line.
worldquant
17/5/2024
08:25
U.S. DoS pursues resumption of Kurdish oil exports via Turkish pipeline
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U.S. DoS pursues resumption of Kurdish oil exports via Turkish pipeline
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Shafaq News / The U.S. State Department stated on Friday that it maintains constant communication with officials in Baghdad, Ankara, Erbil, and American companies to resume the export of oil from the Kurdistan Region via the Ceyhan Port pipeline in Turkiye.
Deputy State Department spokesperson Vedant Patel said at a press conference in Washington, "Developing various means to deliver Iraqi energy to global markets serves the interests of both Iraq and the United States."
He added, "We are in direct and ongoing communication with all parties affected by the halt in oil exports, regarding the reopening of the Iraqi-Turkish oil pipeline."
Ankara halted flows on March 25, 2023, after an arbitration ruling found it violated the 1973 treaty by facilitating oil exports from the Kurdistan Region without Baghdad's federal government approval.
The court ordered Ankara to pay $1.5 billion in compensation to Baghdad for unauthorized exports between 2014 and 2018. The ongoing second arbitration covers the period from 2018 onwards. Two sources familiar with the case said the two countries remain embroiled in a long-term legal dispute.
Meanwhile, Iraq owes Turkiye minimal payments as long as the pipeline operates technically — estimated at about $25 million monthly by consultancy firm Wood Mackenzie — as part of the treaty, theoretically providing an incentive to resume flows.

beernut1
17/5/2024
08:21
Hope so WorldQuant it’s been a long hard fought 15/16 years.

Gla

beernut1
17/5/2024
08:21
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