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
  3.40 1.73% 200.00 199.00 200.00 203.00 197.00 197.00 705,885 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 196.5 62.5 27.3 7.5 448

Gulf Keystone Petroleum Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/1/2020
02:02
Who is trying to triangulate afkah????! Not me. We all know, anyway.
0ili0
26/1/2020
01:13
Afkah on multiple thread spam mode to bury the main GKP thread recent posts ;-)
steephill cove
26/1/2020
01:11
Terribly poor attempt to bury the biggest GKP thread by the hedge fund sponsored deramping thread posters...
steephill cove
25/1/2020
23:19
"The Buyback Programme is aligned with the Company's focus on capital allocation and will be an accretive use of funds.." Your understanding is embarrassing.
j0sekl
25/1/2020
22:38
JOSEKI they are buying for options that become valid 18-36 months away... Dilution of future (already agreed) option issues (please note Angie!) are built-in and buy back cancels those future dilutions. "This amendment will allow the Company to hold Common Shares which have been repurchased to be held in treasury; however the Company will only hold such Common Shares in treasury to satisfy the vesting of staff share option plans, and if they are not required for this they will be cancelled."
officerdigby
25/1/2020
22:33
OfficerDigby 25 Jan '20 - 21:58 Joseki, You haven’t read the RNS’s! Get to back if class: non cancelling shares are kept for share scheme options. ----------- That is why the greenness of your kind is so enjoyable, muppet. The buyback is an equity swap off the balance sheet and is a method of supposedly returning cash to shareholders. If it were to reissue those or pass on to management, the dilution returns and the staff can sell their shares on to the open market. It's just an expensive inefficient and time-consuming way of just increasing bonuses that can be more simply done through the remuneration committee. Try harder to condescend, greenie.
j0sekl
25/1/2020
22:26
McFly, last week or so you were referring to a key thing/ milestone that had happened in the Shaikan field and wondered how GKP would spin/explain it away...They haven't so I guess that it didn't happen. Or perhaps they chose to break the law.Or perhapser ? ? is now seeing seeing ? 's in the shadows..?
officerdigby
25/1/2020
22:11
What's this one about then?
afkah
25/1/2020
22:00
Who is Oili0 triangulating this weather?
afkah
25/1/2020
21:58
Angie, Are you completely unable to do sums or understand simple things? I've explained this point b4 to you!Joseki, You haven't read the RNS's! Get to back if class: non cancelling shares are kept for share scheme options.BigDoggy, yes RRE bought shares out of desperation at £5.60 last year...
officerdigby
25/1/2020
20:25
David Attenborough on climate change as I type. Unfortunately, doing something about it is going to cost a lot of people on here money, or take their boat/holiday away. They are not going to like that. 0ili0 25 Jan '20 - 17:51 - 598163 of 598164 0 2 0 Anything on telly tonight?
frenchybannedme
25/1/2020
19:27
#GKPTimeline to saleS of A/ Bermuda mergerS o A needs 7/8wksMerger 5/6 wksMarch 26 FY results obvs not happening ?Back peddling announcement earliest Mon 27/1 latest Feb 15Biggest stock mkt Con of millennium emperor reveals no clothing+ huge sale premium
chinese_takeaway
25/1/2020
18:57
The company's share buybacks are an attempt to convey its confidence that the share price is cheap and this should contribute to the yield. Those shares are out of circulation and liquidity tightened. It's better if they do cancel the shares, and that's why it's a pretence. False confidence.
j0sekl
25/1/2020
17:51
Anything on telly tonight?
0ili0
25/1/2020
17:22
Well their 20©% worth zillions on saleThey Willl be selling too , CNPC
chinese_takeaway
25/1/2020
17:14
Funny how MOL are fine about GKP doing next to nothing for 3 years. I wonder if the MOL CEO gets as much as JF ?
nestoframpers
25/1/2020
17:02
LOL Bigdog, Could THE 'very good authority' happen to to Mcfly? publish the RS report and while at it give us the flow rates and then we believe you .... the logs don't lie
s0rayad
25/1/2020
16:59
Totally agree Urals, the corporate presentation far more detailed and explains why the company is worth several billions at takeover.Nobody in mkt can then say they weren't made entirely aware , as long as they could be bothered to read the co presentation, which of course most aren't. Only question is will there be a leveraged recap pre sale ( hope so ) then sale, or just sale.in any event incoming........
chinese_takeaway
25/1/2020
16:59
#GKPRight answer over on advfn.They have flagged the immediate availability of very large total buyback budget, as all of it is going to be needed to be spent very soon.On probable leveraged recapitalisation(SP spike) and sale. https://t.co/TFsdW9XRI6
chinese_takeaway
25/1/2020
16:58
The only thing that really matters is what $/bbl the Production Sharing Contract gives you in terms of Profit Oil. The revenues generated via the Cost Oil determination are quite simply just the return of your capital expenditure - YOUR money that you have already spent (or money you had to borrow). . . slowly. When that capital expenditure has been covered by CO revenues received the CO revenue slows to a trickle or even stops (you can't get back more than you put in). So, how do you value that attitude at any possible takeover: “We had to spend all this money to get here – and we want it all back!” At current output level (41Mbopd) and Brent ($62/bbl) the return of your already-spent money via the CO determination is ca $11.80/bbl, and the Profit Oil Revenue is ca $3.370/bbl. “At these oil price levels the Kurdish PSC isn’t really worth having!” ...unless of course you're at the feeding trough.
broadford bay
25/1/2020
16:47
Oh Hairy one, When will you finally except that this was ramped to death by the company and the MNR in the early days because they wanted more people to invest in Kurdistan so they could get independence. Everyone was had ! Ask about SA1 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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