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GKP Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd

143.20
0.80 (0.56%)
12 Jul 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
  0.80 0.56% 143.20 142.50 142.90 144.30 140.00 140.00 661,651 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Oil And Gas Field Expl Svcs 123.51M -11.5M -0.0516 -36.05 317.12M
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 142.40p. 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 222,698,655 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Gulf Keystone Petroleum is £317.12 million. Gulf Keystone Petroleum has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -36.05.

Gulf Keystone Petroleum Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/5/2024
17:51
Forget £3 per share, the share price will blast past £30 per share.......and the city knows the end game already....

Shaikan is the last elephant field discovered.....maybe ever.

johnbuysghost
21/5/2024
17:42
It would be great to see the share price £3 plus again...it hit that in June 2022 . I wish they would open the pipeline to Turkey !!
ander
21/5/2024
17:17
The city has been accumulating GKP for years.

The very first 2009 strike at Shaikan told them all they need to know about the 'value' here.

johnbuysghost
21/5/2024
16:32
This time next year rodders ......:-)
shortsqueezer
21/5/2024
16:31
I'm beginning to think JB has been right all along.100 quid plus.
worldquant
21/5/2024
16:21
Yep but newbies don't get that mate. We've been seeing it for over a decade. Just shows the real value of the prize eh?
shortsqueezer
21/5/2024
16:19
It's stage managed SS.I like it.
worldquant
21/5/2024
16:19
Wonder if the short seller is closing their short.
martyre
21/5/2024
16:18
You out R ?One thing I have found with GKP investing - the chances are you will be down on your investment at some stage. But equally it always seems to bounce back. You just have to bide your time. Not easy but gets easier after 13 years of doing it lol !
shortsqueezer
21/5/2024
16:15
Anyone else get the impression from the wording that our votes are going to be extremely important?It's easy to be too laid back about doing this. I normally am anyway. We should all do it IMODepositary Interest shareholdersIf you are a shareholder and hold your shares through a broker or nominee account (such as Hargreaves Lansdown or Interactive Investor, for example), this guidance applies to you.To access the webcast and vote, please contact your broker or nominee to request login details to the webcast and voting access. This may be possible through your online platform, otherwise please contact your broker via telephone. Contact details for the largest broker positions on Gulf Keystone's register are provided below for ease of reference. For contact details that aren't listed, please refer to your broker's website.Votes must be submitted no later than 9 A.M. (BST) on 18 June 2024. However, your broker vote deadline may be as early as 5 June 2024.Broker contact detailsAJ Bell: 01892 559601Barclays: 0800 279 3667Charles Stanley: 020 4502 3375Halifax Share Dealing: 0345 722 5525Hargreaves Lansdown: 0117 900 9000HSBC Stockbrokers: 020 7991 8888Interactive Investor: 0345 607 6001
shortsqueezer
21/5/2024
16:05
Nice steady rise. Continue this up to agm and we can all be very happy.
shortsqueezer
21/5/2024
15:39
It's looking good... but this is GKP..
mmt1
21/5/2024
15:26
"Squeaky bum time for the ICG, their only bargaining chip being civil servants salaries."

The ICG lost that bargaining chip 3 months ago.

The ICG can't ignore the directives and rulings of their own "Supreme Court" and on the 21st of February the "Supreme Court" ruled that Kurdish civil servants have a constitutional right to be paid and paid on time the same as everybody else in Iraq and their salaries should not be held hostage to political disputes between Erbil and Baghdad where Baghdad can withhold them every time they want to bend Erbil to their will.

Yet another example of Baghdad trying to bully the Kurds and just ignoring the Constitution when it suits them, but even their own "Supreme Court" decided they couldn't let them get away with that one.

Since then it seems to have been running reasonably smoothly and they are getting the new electronic payment system up and running.

This is the ruling:-

Federal Court decisions on salaries of Kurdistan Regional Government employees:

1. In accordance with Articles 116 and 117 of the Iraqi Constitution; There should be equality in the distribution of public revenues and the salaried employees of the Kurdistan Region should not be oppressed.

2. Both the Iraqi and Kurdistan Regional Governments must work to ensure that the salaries of the Kurdistan Regional Government employees and salaried employees are distributed on time.

3. Both the Iraqi and Kurdistan Regional Governments must comply with the federal general budget law to pay the financial entitlements and salaries of the Kurdistan Regional Government employees.

4. Mohammed Shia Sudani, the Iraqi Prime Minister, must take responsibility for paying the salaries of the Kurdistan Regional Government employees and resolve the problems and conflicts between the two governments (Iraq and the Kurdistan Region); To ensure the payment of salaries to the Kurdistan Regional Government.

5. The Iraqi government must be committed to paying the salaries of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) employees and no loans should be given to the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) to distribute the salaries of its employees.

habshan
21/5/2024
14:39
This is going vertical imo.
worldquant
21/5/2024
14:21
Barely one fifth of the buy back authority used and the share price is above 140p. Lots more fire power available and hopefully it becomes painful for the shorts who close some and take the shares higher.

It looks like local oil demand is now well established and profitable. The fact that all the IOC’s have ‘leaned down’ to operate uber efficiently means a reasonable status quo profitability for the months ahead whilst the ITP agreement ticks down.
The profitability should also mean further buy backs can be implemented if necessary to support the share price whilst the next 16 months plays out.

Squeaky bum time for the ICG, their only bargaining chip being civil servants salaries. Regardless, IOCs have been shafted through non payments going back years and revenge is a dish best served cold… it’s business after all…

highly geared
21/5/2024
14:19
Muttley at the take over party:
ptmorris1
21/5/2024
14:13
Share price keeps going up. Bigdog is going to be livid ?
adamrugen1066
21/5/2024
13:38
A few lucky bags been filled. Time to move up 📈

🍔🍟

0ili0
21/5/2024
13:22
A bid is coming.

The city knows about GKP. All of them.

johnbuysghost
21/5/2024
12:58
Hi pt, looks like good cruising ahead.
petebreeze37
21/5/2024
12:48
"Bosun" - Jeez, pongos .... LOL.
ptmorris1
21/5/2024
12:39
Thanks Boson, It looks like fair winds ahead.
petebreeze37
21/5/2024
12:35
Now the share price is not struggling, can I assume the gap at £1.23 is no longer relevant?
martyre
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