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GKP Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd

136.50
-1.90 (-1.37%)
19 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
  -1.90 -1.37% 136.50 132.80 136.30 137.40 134.60 136.50 650,681 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Oil And Gas Field Expl Svcs 123.51M -11.5M -0.0516 -35.27 308.21M
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 138.40p. 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 £308.21 million. Gulf Keystone Petroleum has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -35.27.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/5/2024
07:09
So the 224k buy at 137 yesterday wasn't us buying back then. Bodes well
shortsqueezer
21/5/2024
05:29
john@john78846295

After last week's meeting, KRG said that the budget will be amended in such a way that the rights of Kurdistan are protected.

So perhaps no amendments to IOCs contracts, and payments from SOMO to IOCs via KRG?

highlander7
20/5/2024
21:05
Much appreciated shortsqueezer! Looks like an algorithm produced report though 🙁 Wall St produces a lot of them.
confused _gerbill
20/5/2024
20:43
With peel and cannacord sat under bid as buying support, any other entity(s) wanting stock is bidding it up gently currentlyAs we get closer to AGM notice and the accompanying proposed resolutions, that's May 30, latest, it might get less gentle......
worldquant
20/5/2024
20:42
You need to download the app. UK Exchange Highlights: 3 Growth Companies With High Insider OwnershipAs the global rally cools and London markets stabilize, investors are closely monitoring shifts in the United Kingdom's economic landscape. Amid these conditions, companies with high insider ownership can be particularly noteworthy as they often indicate a strong commitment from those most familiar with the company's potential and challenges.Top 10 Growth Companies With High Insider Ownership In The United KingdomClick here to see the full list of 62 stocks from our Fast Growing UK Companies With High Insider Ownership screener.We'll examine a selection from our screener results.Gulf Keystone Petroleum (LSE:GKP)Simply Wall St Growth Rating: ??????Overview: Gulf Keystone Petroleum Limited is focused on the exploration, development, and production of oil and gas in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, with a market capitalization of approximately £290.43 million.Operations: The company generates its revenue primarily from the exploration and production of oil and gas, totaling $123.51 million.Insider Ownership: 10.6%Earnings Growth Forecast: 54.6% p.a.Gulf Keystone Petroleum (GKP) is trading at 70.2% below its estimated fair value, signaling potential undervaluation. Despite recent challenges, including a significant revenue drop to US$123.51 million in 2023 from US$460.11 million the previous year and shifting from a net income to a loss of US$11.5 million, GKP is forecasted to grow its revenue by 24.1% annually and become profitable within three years. The expected high return on equity of 31.8% further underscores its growth prospects amidst recovery efforts.Take a closer look at Gulf Keystone Petroleum's potential here in our earnings growth report.In light of our recent valuation report, it seems possible that Gulf Keystone Petroleum is trading beyond its estimated value.IWG (LSE:IWG)Simply Wall St Growth Rating: ??????Overview: IWG plc operates globally, offering workspace solutions across the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific, with a market capitalization of approximately £2.08 billion.Operations: IWG's revenue is primarily generated from its operations in the Americas (£1.05 billion), Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (£1.32 billion), with additional contributions from Asia Pacific (£273 million) and Worka (£319 million).Insider Ownership: 28.9%Earnings Growth Forecast: 101.7% p.a.IWG is poised for significant earnings growth, with forecasts suggesting a 101.7% annual increase. Although its Return on Equity might remain modest at 11.6%, the company's revenue growth at 7.8% annually is expected to outpace the UK market average of 3.8%. Recent financials show a slight year-over-year revenue increase to US$912 million in Q1 2024, despite a challenging previous fiscal year marked by substantial losses. Trading at good value relative to peers, IWG's profitability outlook and strategic pricing position it as an attractive prospect within high insider ownership sectors in the UK.Dive into the specifics of IWG here with our thorough growth forecast report.Our comprehensive valuation report raises the possibility that IWG is priced lower than what may be justified by its financials.Kainos Group (LSE:KNOS)Simply Wall St Growth Rating: ??????Overview: Kainos Group plc is a provider of digital technology services across the UK, Ireland, North America, Central Europe, and other international markets, with a market capitalization of approximately £1.36 billion.Operations: The company generates revenue through three primary segments: Digital Services (£223.12 million), Workday Products (£50.49 million), and Workday Services (£114.67 million).Insider Ownership: 24.5%Earnings Growth Forecast: 16.7% p.a.Kainos Group, trading at a 39.7% discount to its estimated fair value, showcases promising financial trends with forecasted revenue growth of 8.7% per year, outpacing the UK market's 3.8%. While its earnings growth is expected at 16.7% annually, slightly below significant levels, it still exceeds the UK market forecast of 13.3%. The company's Return on Equity is projected to reach a high of 37.2% in three years, indicating robust potential for efficiency and profitability.Navigate through the intricacies of Kainos Group with our comprehensive analyst estimates report here.The valuation report we've compiled suggests that Kainos Group's current price could be quite moderate.Next StepsDelve into our full catalog of 62 Fast Growing UK Companies With High Insider Ownership here.Have a stake in these businesses? Integrate your holdings into Simply Wall St's portfolio for notifications and detailed stock reports.Invest smarter with the free Simply Wall St app providing detailed insights into every stock market around the globe.Contemplating Other Strategies?Explore high-performing small cap companies that haven't yet garnered significant analyst attention.Diversify your portfolio with solid dividend payers offering reliable income streams to weather potential market turbulence.Find companies with promising cash flow potential yet trading below their fair value.This article by Simply Wall St is general in nature. We provide commentary based on historical data and analyst forecasts only using an unbiased methodology and our articles are not intended to be financial advice. It does not constitute a recommendation to buy or sell any stock, and does not take account of your objectives, or your financial situation. We aim to bring you long-term focused analysis driven by fundamental data. Note that our analysis may not factor in the latest price-sensitive company announcements or qualitative material. Simply Wall St has no position in any stocks mentioned.The analysis only considers stock directly held by insiders. It does not include indirectly owned stock through other vehicles such as corporate and/or trust entities. All forecast revenue and earnings growth rates quoted are in terms of annualised (per annum) growth rates over 1-3 years.Have feedback on this article? Concerned about the content? Get in touch with us directly. Alternatively, email editorial-team@simplywallst.comJoin A Paid User Research Session?You'll receive a US$30 Amazon Gift card for 1 hour of your time while helping us build better investing tools for the individual investors like yourself. Sign up here
worldquant
20/5/2024
20:21
Thanks SQ
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limmershin
20/5/2024
20:13
Its a possibility that both Bagdad and erbil are trying to squeeze the IOC's to reduce their costs per barrel.
Both two war lords are really on the same side, ripping off their people whilst getting extremely rich.

petebreeze37
20/5/2024
19:54
You need to download the app. UK Exchange Highlights: 3 Growth Companies With High Insider OwnershipAs the global rally cools and London markets stabilize, investors are closely monitoring shifts in the United Kingdom's economic landscape. Amid these conditions, companies with high insider ownership can be particularly noteworthy as they often indicate a strong commitment from those most familiar with the company's potential and challenges.Top 10 Growth Companies With High Insider Ownership In The United KingdomClick here to see the full list of 62 stocks from our Fast Growing UK Companies With High Insider Ownership screener.We'll examine a selection from our screener results.Gulf Keystone Petroleum (LSE:GKP)Simply Wall St Growth Rating: ??????Overview: Gulf Keystone Petroleum Limited is focused on the exploration, development, and production of oil and gas in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, with a market capitalization of approximately £290.43 million.Operations: The company generates its revenue primarily from the exploration and production of oil and gas, totaling $123.51 million.Insider Ownership: 10.6%Earnings Growth Forecast: 54.6% p.a.Gulf Keystone Petroleum (GKP) is trading at 70.2% below its estimated fair value, signaling potential undervaluation. Despite recent challenges, including a significant revenue drop to US$123.51 million in 2023 from US$460.11 million the previous year and shifting from a net income to a loss of US$11.5 million, GKP is forecasted to grow its revenue by 24.1% annually and become profitable within three years. The expected high return on equity of 31.8% further underscores its growth prospects amidst recovery efforts.Take a closer look at Gulf Keystone Petroleum's potential here in our earnings growth report.In light of our recent valuation report, it seems possible that Gulf Keystone Petroleum is trading beyond its estimated value.IWG (LSE:IWG)Simply Wall St Growth Rating: ??????Overview: IWG plc operates globally, offering workspace solutions across the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific, with a market capitalization of approximately £2.08 billion.Operations: IWG's revenue is primarily generated from its operations in the Americas (£1.05 billion), Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (£1.32 billion), with additional contributions from Asia Pacific (£273 million) and Worka (£319 million).Insider Ownership: 28.9%Earnings Growth Forecast: 101.7% p.a.IWG is poised for significant earnings growth, with forecasts suggesting a 101.7% annual increase. Although its Return on Equity might remain modest at 11.6%, the company's revenue growth at 7.8% annually is expected to outpace the UK market average of 3.8%. Recent financials show a slight year-over-year revenue increase to US$912 million in Q1 2024, despite a challenging previous fiscal year marked by substantial losses. Trading at good value relative to peers, IWG's profitability outlook and strategic pricing position it as an attractive prospect within high insider ownership sectors in the UK.Dive into the specifics of IWG here with our thorough growth forecast report.Our comprehensive valuation report raises the possibility that IWG is priced lower than what may be justified by its financials.Kainos Group (LSE:KNOS)Simply Wall St Growth Rating: ??????Overview: Kainos Group plc is a provider of digital technology services across the UK, Ireland, North America, Central Europe, and other international markets, with a market capitalization of approximately £1.36 billion.Operations: The company generates revenue through three primary segments: Digital Services (£223.12 million), Workday Products (£50.49 million), and Workday Services (£114.67 million).Insider Ownership: 24.5%Earnings Growth Forecast: 16.7% p.a.Kainos Group, trading at a 39.7% discount to its estimated fair value, showcases promising financial trends with forecasted revenue growth of 8.7% per year, outpacing the UK market's 3.8%. While its earnings growth is expected at 16.7% annually, slightly below significant levels, it still exceeds the UK market forecast of 13.3%. The company's Return on Equity is projected to reach a high of 37.2% in three years, indicating robust potential for efficiency and profitability.Navigate through the intricacies of Kainos Group with our comprehensive analyst estimates report here.The valuation report we've compiled suggests that Kainos Group's current price could be quite moderate.Next StepsDelve into our full catalog of 62 Fast Growing UK Companies With High Insider Ownership here.Have a stake in these businesses? Integrate your holdings into Simply Wall St's portfolio for notifications and detailed stock reports.Invest smarter with the free Simply Wall St app providing detailed insights into every stock market around the globe.Contemplating Other Strategies?Explore high-performing small cap companies that haven't yet garnered significant analyst attention.Diversify your portfolio with solid dividend payers offering reliable income streams to weather potential market turbulence.Find companies with promising cash flow potential yet trading below their fair value.This article by Simply Wall St is general in nature. We provide commentary based on historical data and analyst forecasts only using an unbiased methodology and our articles are not intended to be financial advice. It does not constitute a recommendation to buy or sell any stock, and does not take account of your objectives, or your financial situation. We aim to bring you long-term focused analysis driven by fundamental data. Note that our analysis may not factor in the latest price-sensitive company announcements or qualitative material. Simply Wall St has no position in any stocks mentioned.The analysis only considers stock directly held by insiders. It does not include indirectly owned stock through other vehicles such as corporate and/or trust entities. All forecast revenue and earnings growth rates quoted are in terms of annualised (per annum) growth rates over 1-3 years.Have feedback on this article? Concerned about the content? Get in touch with us directly. Alternatively, email editorial-team@simplywallst.comJoin A Paid User Research Session?You'll receive a US$30 Amazon Gift card for 1 hour of your time while helping us build better investing tools for the individual investors like yourself. Sign up here
shortsqueezer
20/5/2024
19:41
Limmershin. Can't open that any chance of posting the text?
confused _gerbill
20/5/2024
19:16
Interesting - on someone's radar!
limmershin
20/5/2024
19:15
With peel and cannacord sat under bid as buying support, any other entity(s) wanting stock is bidding it up gently currentlyAs we get closer to AGM notice and the accompanying proposed resolutions, that's May 30, latest, it might get less gentle......
redbed
20/5/2024
19:14
Its wakey wakey on the East Coast across the pond , and for the 30,300th time Yankee Doodle Condog posts AND ONLY EVER ON THIS STOCK ( barely credible - LOL ) the paid American sentiment basher clocks in for work.If CARLSBERG did BUY signals.FILL YER BOOTSTAKEOVER RNS INCOMINGTHIS MONTH.HTTPS://x.com/ChicagoJack5/status/1787790142574325840
redbed
20/5/2024
18:47
Bigdog's alter-ego.
adamrugen1066
20/5/2024
18:38
Who is Sarah 🤷‍a94;️
0ili0
20/5/2024
18:01
Day 423 of pipe being shut. But sarah you morons ticked up scotty snowflake when she said it would only be shut for a couple of days, how's that going? Its also day 141 of her "soon".

I didn't give any time line for the "new" pipe to be pumping but it will. Turkey won't want a high quality blend?

Erbil still haven't provided the details as requested by SOMO/Baghdad, how strange. Then there's the economics of $26 versus $8.

There hasn't been any progress ever since the pipe was shut. The Yanks haven't banged heads and the Waterman didn't achieve what he wanted. No new terms offered. And PSC's haven't been forced on anyone.

So Apikur are going to wait for the pipe contract to expire are they, lol.

Keep deluding yourselves and swallowing Carroll's BS as its so funny.

bigdog5
20/5/2024
17:50
They can keep this up if they like. BUT there will be consequences a year or so down the road. Expensive consequences.
highlander7
20/5/2024
16:49
With peel and cannacord sat under bid as buying support, any other entity(s) wanting stock is bidding it up gently currentlyAs we get closer to AGM notice and the accompanying proposed resolutions, that's May 30, latest, it might get less gentle......
redbed
20/5/2024
16:43
Nice UT at the days high
shortsqueezer
20/5/2024
16:24
Habshan, I agree that the Iraq government are seemingly nincompoops and
despicable people, but at the end of the day the only people who suffer the wáter shortages and the poverty are the poor people.

petebreeze37
20/5/2024
16:00
"There won't be any progress until Erbil provide to Baghdad/SOMO what they've requested. See if you can gather together some brain cells to reach the conclusion as to why Erbil are extremely reluctant to do that."

If you had a brain cell Sarah you'd be able to work out the answer to your question.

Here's a clue, from the MNR only 4 weeks ago:-

"As the MOI well knows, there is no provision of the 2005 Constitution of Iraq that confers any power upon the FGI to “approve” contracts issued by the KRG. The legal basis for those production contracts is the 2007 KRG Oil and Gas Law, passed unanimously by the democratically-elected Kurdistan parliament. That 2007 law is acknowledged by the world’s leading constitutional and international lawyers as having a solid basis in the 2005 Constitution of Iraq. Those lawyers include the late Professor James Crawford, a Judge of the International Court of Justice, and more recently Judge Stephen Schwebel, a former President of the International Court of Justice. Both lawyers published their opinions. Those eminent opinions have, quite rightly, been the basis of hundreds of billions of dollars of investment, including a great deal of western investment, in Iraqi Kurdistan.

By contrast, the MOI relies on nothing more than a February 2022 “order” from a panel or committee of political appointees in Baghdad that asserts the unconstitutionality of the 2007 KRG law. While the MOI publicly refers to that committee as the “Federal Supreme Court”, everyone knows that it is no such thing. The so-called “court” was not convened in accordance with the relevant provisions of the 2005 Constitution. It is revealing that the MOI does not even argue for the legitimacy of that committee. As one would expect, the February 2022 “order” of the political committee is, like the Saddam-era orders on which it is modelled, almost comically devoid of even the most rudimentary legal reasoning. It is an embarrassment to the people of Iraq. The KRG executive pointed out this plain fact from the moment the “order” was issued, followed soon after by the KRG legislature and judiciary. The KRG judiciary is properly constituted, and it does not recognise the 15 February 2022 order as the decision of a court."



As far as the KRG the IOCs and the Iraqi Constitution are concerned, contracts issued by the KRG are not the concern of the Federal Government and the Federal Government has no powers whatsoever to go poking their noses into them.

Meanwhile Kurdish production is almost back up to pre pipeline closure levels and everyone except the Federal Government is making good money out of it including the Kurds the IOCs and the Turks with GKP making some $96 million a year profit.

So they're all happy to tootle along until September 19th next year which is now only 16 months away when the ITP agreement expires. This is what the DNO CEO recently said about that:-

"We do know that the pipeline will open within the next two years sometime, because the contract between Turkey and Iraq for the use of that pipeline ends next year, Turkey can then do with the pipeline what it wants without any further exposure to the legal side, that may be a factor in their thinking. So it won't be shut in forever. Once the existing arrangements end they will end and the pipeline will reopen.

In the meantime there's a lot of value to us in getting paid in advance, it's been no use to us having oil in the $60 a barrel range after all the adjustments in the past when we're getting paid zero for them, I'd rather have $30 in the hand rather than the promise of $60 somewhere where I can't quite reach or grasp it or it can be taken away from me. We're comfortable with this $10 million a month sum, we'd like to see it higher of course but we'll be fine."

And this is what we are told is the Turks take on the situation after Erdogan's visit last month:-

"While Iraq has been preparing to resume oil exports from Kirkuk to Turkey, Erdogan likely prefers resuming exports through the KRG's pipeline. Critics claim the agreement's political dimension is to maintain the KDP's power and continue its leaders' rule in the Kurdistan Region with Ankara's support."

And talking of Iraq preparing to resume exports through Kurdistan Fishkabour and Turkey using their newly refurbished pipeline, you told us that was going to happen by the end of April and that it demonstrated that Baghdad were in control.

So how's that one going, it seems to have gone very quiet.

The Kurds and the IOCs are in no hurry to make concessions on their constitutional and legal rights because they don't need to, all they have to do is wait it out until next September, and Erdogan has already indicated whose side he is on.

And in the meantime the so called Supreme Court has told the Federal Government that they have to keep paying the Kurds salaries.

So as far as I can see the only people who need to get this done pronto are the Federal Government, with temperatures in southern Iraq heading towards the high 40s and not a drop of rain for the next 6 months.

All looks pretty good to me.

habshan
20/5/2024
15:27
Yet we sell 48k a day of sludge lol mmmm
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