Gulf Keystone Petroleum Dividends - GKP

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd GKP London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-9.20 -5.03% 173.80 16:35:02
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
185.40 174.80 185.40 173.80 183.00
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Industry Sector
OIL & GAS PRODUCERS

Gulf Keystone Petroleum GKP Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
02/09/2021InterimUSX23.3930/12/202030/06/202123/09/202124/09/202108/10/20210

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
30/11/2021
12:45
beernut: Old post from brave dog ? Does it have any ties with my next post of secretive sale. Bravedog Posts: 241 Price: 192.00 No Opinion RE: Consider this.11 Mar '21 @srodgers It is Shamaran. Looking at the pictures of SH taken by Scotforth Ltd, courtesy of GRH, you clearly see that there is oil north of the east west fault and it goes into the block owned by Shamaran. Don’t forget that their managers exercised their options at around 0.8 SK when the stock was around 0.4 SK in September. Shamaran will be taken over at a very good price, but I don’t know hic they bot GKP shares. The great winner will be the Lundin group as they are also in GKP. The size of the field increases dramatically if you include a part of Atrush, and only one well was drilled north of the fault.
26/11/2021
20:10
kurdnam63: KURDNAM63 - 19 Nov 2021 - 11:43:39 - 645378 of 645723 THE NEW GKP / Drilling for Super Giants (moderated) - GKP This hindsight trading business is brilliant. Way better than buying 6 months ago, getting all those pathetic dividends and a measly 400% increase in the share price You mugs. If you were TONY, you'd say something like "some tipsters have this as a short", then if the share price didn't go down you would just shut up and leave it there. BUT, if the share price went down, you could then imply that you actually did short it, and are making loads of money. I've made way more in my head than any of you insignificant mugs have in the real world. Cos I am Tony. TONY. Muppets, the lot of you.
20/11/2021
11:04
attyg: The irony of inhibiting oil production/development in the US, while publicly blaming OPEC+ for the increase in petrol at US forecourts because OPEC+ are not pumping as much oil as the US would want and thus lower the oil price appears to be lost on Biden. To now state the US will release some of their strategic oil reserves onto the market and to publicly request other countries follow suit, in a publicly declared attempt to influence the oil price downwards is once again the US thinking they can run the world to suit themselves. I don’t recall the US buying heaps of oil to support the oil price last year when the OPEC+ countries were on their knees due to the oil price collapse (though China did take advantage). While it is pleasing that S Korea’s strategic oil reserves are not to be released to accommodate market movements in the oil price (by law), many other countries will doubtless release some of their oil reserves to appease the US. However, any such releases will surely have to be replaced in the near future – after all the purpose of a strategic oil reserve is to ensure domestic supply is not interrupted and the lights stay on. So, while there may be a temporary demand reduction, it is not unreasonable to expect a one off demand increase in, when, 2022 Q1 or 2, or 3 at the latest, these reserves are rebuilt. So, any one-off release of strategic oil reserves will be just that, a one-off increase in supply. It does not change the on-going demand for oil and all the articles/reports Beernut etc post explicitly state that demand is expected to be greater than supply. Thus the reduction in the oil price we presently see will be temporary and by extension, the reduction in the GKP share price will, in my view, be temporary also. However, if anyone is concerned about the direction of travel of the GKP sp, remember that GKP makes LOTS of money even with the oil price at $70 and we should also recognise that OPEC+ may consider retaliatory action and curtail some production due to this lack of demand following any releases of oil onto the market from strategic oil reserves. It might be that the US is using up its goodwill in the ME and why would OPEC+ not work at getting the oil price to north of $100 and higher still. I would.
16/11/2021
11:58
bumkin: A quick calculation shows next month‘s figures will be similar to Octobers. Dec (Estimated): gross payment of $38.6 million ($30.1 million net to GKP). Breakdown: Oil sales (Sept) = gross $32.2 million ($25.1 million net) Arrears = gross $6.4 million ($5.0 million net) Arrears balance will be down $36.0 million net to GKP Using December’s ratios and an average monthly oil price of $84, then I expect January’s amounts to be as follows. Jan (Estimated): gross payment of $43.4 million ($33.9 million net to GKP). Breakdown: Oil sales (Oct) = gross $36.2 million ($28.3 million net) Arrears = gross $7.2 million ($5.6 million net) Arrears balance will be down $30.4 million net to GKP Of course, the above does not take in to account any increase/decrease in output.
16/11/2021
09:30
1waving: . Technical analysis. -- GKP is now in a corrective phase following the completion of a 5 wave move upwards that started in March 2020. The corrective phase starts from the recent peak around £2.20 in mid October and is likely to last months. Generally a sideways and a little downwards movement. " 1waving - 06 Oct 2021 - 08:30:19 - 642084 of 645229 THE NEW GKP / Drilling for Super Giants (moderated) - GKP . A classic Elliott 5 wave move up is very clear for all to see. Now coming to the end of the 5th and final wave before a corrective phase. Started with an impulsive wave 1 up in March 2020 followed by a corrective phase 2 down. Then in late 2020 started the longest and strongest wave up, wave 3, which went up to just over £2.00, followed by a corrective wave 4. Now well into a fifth wave up, which itself is in 5 waves and coming to a top at the moment. A corrective phase is to be expected shortly and then fireworks to come if this initial 5 waves is just a wave ONE of a greater FIVE waves up. Edit - Note the Brent Crude chart is very similar .
13/11/2021
22:14
officerdigby: the BH's converted at, what was it, 80p into SH's and II's. Through holding their converted shares they made off with ~60p in divis and the shares they hold are now worth £2.00. So you think the old BHs control GKP and GKP owes them.? Why? Is not a >300% return enough for them?
09/11/2021
13:18
officerdigby: Bigdog59 Nov '21 - 12:57 - 644916 of 644917 0 2 0 Strange that the hosts appear to always make their charity of choice wait for their payments isn't it:-) BIgdog you haven't been paying attention now have you...? GKp normally ahead of GENL this year. GENL delay by being paid through DNO. This month is different. GKP would ahh been paid same time as Shamaran on 3rd. So with GKP now in the dog house (you seen 'em BD?). OR something else...
06/11/2021
12:28
highlander7: I think the view that a majority of investors are against Fossil Fuels is a media inspired myth and wishful thinking. Certainly some are, but not a majority. Look who are buying GKP shares for example and there has not been a sell off in the likes of Shell. Politicians like to give the impression they are against fossil fuel because they think there are votes in it. It will backfire on them if they attempt to increase utility bills any further. So far as GKP goes if it is not sold by end 2022 then I think we need to forget it and focus on dividends and buybacks. IMO
05/11/2021
15:04
hydrocarbon1: Since you persist. As an investor in GKP at present time the flaring situation does not concern me in the least. It is something which is being addressed and has no quick fix. Nothing abnormal here compared to other oil/gas producers. I personally do not believe GKP will be attending to the facilities etc needed to deal with/sell the gas and I am quite optimistic that I will have again sold my GKP shares at a handsome profit prior to these events. "In order to increase the amount of oil production the enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques based on gas re-injection or gas injection are used. The oil and gas mixture produced from oil fields is separated into oil and gas components at the processing facilities. The gas is recompressed and re-injected again and again until as much oil as economically feasible has been produced from the oil field. Today competent vendors are capable of manufacturing re-injection centrifugal compressors of discharge pressures more than 900 Barg for compression of extremely sour gas (above 20% H2S)." Or sell the gas.
04/11/2021
19:36
attyg: Something I found interesting in the Genel trading statement is their position on dividends. Genel outlook for production in the year to be slightly below the 2020 average of 31,980 bopd. 2021 capital expenditure expected to be c.$165 million (some planned activity moving to Q1 2022) Net cash of $8 million at 30 September 2021 (net debt of $2 million at 30 June 2021) Yet the interim dividend increased by 20% - partly thanks to "..confidence in predictable payments going forward,allows us to further invest in our growth assets with sufficient surplus to support our competitive and progressive dividend, " Compare the above extracts to the position we have at GKP. I remain confident GKP dividends will not be less than $100m next calendar year. Another interesting comment is: "At a Brent oil price of $85/bbl, our barrels generate $28/bbl of cash flow, sufficient to deliver a material surplus after funding growth expenditure, corporate costs, and interest.."
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