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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
  -0.40 -0.22% 182.60 181.60 182.40 185.20 179.20 185.00 585,616 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 79.3 -34.4 -16.4 - 384

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22/4/2021
19:40
Nah Jeremy will borrow £17 Bn and TRP will come to our rescue.
nestoframpers
22/4/2021
19:24
CNPC, Sinopec & Shell.
eddie47
22/4/2021
18:44
It also sounds like SINOPEC have a foot in the door Mc.
highlander7
22/4/2021
17:10
When more posters reluctantly reach the conclusion that the Kozel fantasy barrels don't exist and all they have amounts to 58% of the CPR's the share price will be in for a right old mullering methinks.
bigdog5
22/4/2021
17:00
REPEAT LSE: surreyscot Posts: 2,425 Price: 176.40 Strong Buy Today 13:55 RE: Bizarre the trouble in the past was that naive investors , many having read reports in the press re GKP , then read bboard ramping , jumped on board then got burned. I have a fairly modest price in mind and will start off loading in tranches when that is reached. well afaik you don't get assigned post numbers per se on LSE like you do on here BD so I suspect the genuine (I do not post on advfn) exiled doppelganger is suffering from yet another one of his more senior moments given he's had such a very long and tiring day trying to control his imaginary trolls on all his positively bias only blogs 😉 300p STRONG BUY huh 🤦‍a94;️ with a now 'modest' exit price eh 🤔 seriously YRCNMIU 😂 😂 😂
the patriotic irishman
22/4/2021
16:59
Sounds like Broadfraud if you ask me. He is the only one of the three of you that can dream up a load of nonsense like that , AND put a coherent sentence together. Good try tho . 8 out of 10 for effort. LOL
highlander7
22/4/2021
16:48
What would you know about grammar h7? You admitted recently it was you. Your memory sucks. You couldn't tell the difference between there, their and they're.
bigdog5
22/4/2021
16:29
Post that on LSE Doggie. Where it belongs. Or IF it is mine as you claim give the post number. Incidentally who is that using your login ? The grammar is too perfect for you. LOL
highlander7
22/4/2021
16:24
Has highlander7 finally woken up and has realised that the Kozel BS barrels don't exist just as myself and a few others have been telling you clueless morons for years? highlander7 under one of their many other avatars writes:- "the trouble in the past was that naive investors , many having read reports in the press re GKP , then read bboard ramping , jumped on board then got burned. I have a fairly modest price in mind and will start off loading in tranches when that is reached". Now lets just examine those his points. Were these investors naive? They listened and believed in what Kozel, JG and the rest of the BoD kept telling them in every Presentation, RNS and announcement. So is highlander7 now saying that Kozel, JG and the BoD were misleading shareholders including the Institutions? Is highlander7 now saying that the data that was provided to such parties as ERCE and others, examined by them and had reports compiled from said data was wrong? So how is it possible that these "naive" investors would have known? Is highlander7 now saying he wasn't naive and knew the data was incorrect? But h7 was and still is one of the main rampers. Is highlander7 now stating that there were posters on bb's that knew the data was wrong but were deliberately ramping up the share on the back of incorrect data? Why does highlander7 have a modest price that he will start unloading his shares at when he is still ramping this share and stating the Kozel barrels exist. So are we to believe that highlanderr7 was deliberately misleading with his posts?
bigdog5
22/4/2021
16:20
Just found this..... 21st April 2021 in Iraq Oil & Gas News By John Lee. The Chinese company SINOPEC (China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation) has won a contract to develop the Mansuriyah gas field in Diyala. The field, near the Iranian border, is expected to produce 300 million standard cubic feet (Mmscf) per day of gas, which will be used for electricity generation. In 2010, an agreement had been signed for the field to be developed by Turkish Petroleum (TPAO) (37.5%), Iraqi Oil Exploration Company (25%), Kuwait Energy (KEC) (22.5%), and Kogas (15%). This consortium stopped development in 2014 due to security concerns, and the agreement was reportedly cancelled in 2020. Under the new 25-year deal agreed on Tuesday, Sinopec will have a 49-percent interest in the field, with Iraq's state-owned Midland [Middle, Central] Oil Company having 51 percent. The contract may be extended for an additional five years. According to the Ministry of Oil, Sinopec's bid was he lowest submitted. (Source: Ministry of Oil)
mcflyo2
22/4/2021
15:39
21st April 2021 in Iraq Oil & Gas News By John Lee. The Chinese company SINOPEC (China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation) has won a contract to develop the Mansuriyah gas field in Diyala. The field, near the Iranian border, is expected to produce 300 million standard cubic feet (Mmscf) per day of gas, which will be used for electricity generation. In 2010, an agreement had been signed for the field to be developed by Turkish Petroleum (TPAO) (37.5%), Iraqi Oil Exploration Company (25%), Kuwait Energy (KEC) (22.5%), and Kogas (15%). This consortium stopped development in 2014 due to security concerns, and the agreement was reportedly cancelled in 2020. Under the new 25-year deal agreed on Tuesday, Sinopec will have a 49-percent interest in the field, with Iraq's state-owned Midland [Middle, Central] Oil Company having 51 percent. The contract may be extended for an additional five years. According to the Ministry of Oil, Sinopec's bid was he lowest submitted. (Source: Ministry of Oil)
highlander7
22/4/2021
15:38
LSE: surreyscot Posts: 2,425 Price: 176.40 Strong Buy Today 13:55 RE: Bizarre the trouble in the past was that naive investors , many having read reports in the press re GKP , then read bboard ramping , jumped on board then got burned. I have a fairly modest price in mind and will start off loading in tranches when that is reached. na├»ve investors getting burnt 🤔 bulletin board ramping 🤔 fairly modest exit price 🤔 geez the genuines might now think of your 300p STRONG BUY ramps as being more than just a little BIZZARE 😉 eeh bah gum McSlurrey its been good in ere of late - rattle rattle 🤡
the patriotic irishman
22/4/2021
15:01
OILVOICE Oil prices made great gains on Wednesday on the back of falling U.S. inventories and stronger demand. At 3:30 p.m. ET, WTI spot prices were up $2.70 per barrel, or 4.49% on the day at $62.88. Brent crude was trading at $66.37 per barrel, also up $2.70, or 4.24%. Oil futures are set to finish out Wednesday with the highest finish since March. The significant price increase comes on EIA reports of shrinking U.S. crude oil inventories, along with higher crude oil demand outlooks from OPEC earlier in the week and the International Energy Agency today. In Tuesday’s Monthly Oil Market Report, OPEC increased its 2021 global oil demand outlook by 190,000 bpd. Today, the IEA increased its global oil demand outlook by 230,000 from its previous report. When taken with the EIA’s report of crude inventories that fell by 5.9 million barrels, strong economic data in China, and geopolitical tensions rising in Russia/Ukraine and Israel/Iran, the overarching sentiment in the oil market is particularly bullish, even though U.S. crude inventories are still above the five-year average for this time of year, at 492.4 million barrels. According to OPEC, 2021 global oil demand is now expected to average 96.46 million bpd. The IEA is now estimating that global oil demand will average 96.7 million bpd, it said in its April report published Wednesday, on the back of improved economic forecasts and the outlook for accelerating vaccination programs.
highlander7
22/4/2021
13:50
1.7p for loads of reasons and a massive revelation on the way that will have all you clueless trolling rampers very worried. The ramifications will be massive and wide ranging I have no doubt:-)
bigdog5
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