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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.40 0.23% 171.40 361,726 16:35:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
170.40 172.20 177.40 170.40 174.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 155.89 32.62 14.52 12.4 361
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:55:51 O 1,124 171.999 GBX

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Gulf Keystone Petroleum Daily Update: Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GKP. The last closing price for Gulf Keystone Petroleum was 171p.
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd has a 4 week average price of 129.60p and a 12 week average price of 95.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 182p while the 1 year low share price is currently 47.30p.
There are currently 210,370,502 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,015,440 shares. The market capitalisation of Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd is £360,575,040.43.
bravedog: No new options for the VCP can be awarded, but the Nil Cost Options are subject to the rules of the VCP and will normally vest depending on performance against Total Shareholder Return targets. The share price used on the Measurement Date for calculating total shareholder shall be the average of the closing prices for the 30 days following the announcement of the Company's results for the relevant financial year. But we must remind us that there is a hurdle to be crossed. It was : 2017: 350*1.08=378 mio$ 2018: 378*1.08=408 mio$ (options awarded at 2.346$) 2019: 408*1.08=441 mio$ (options awarded at 3.315$) 2020: 441*1.08=476 mio$ So for this year, it will be 2021: 476*1.08=514 mio$ (=2.448$) We are already there as on Friday, GUKYF closed at 2.54 $. So when an agreement is reached with Baghdad, the price will be much higher and the options will vest, meaning that 30 days later JF and SZ will show up at the AGM as big shareholders with 3% of the equity. This is the last thing the Kurds want is to see and that is why GKP must be taken out prior to the publication of the annual results.
beernut: Bank Of America Expects Fastest Oil Price Rise In 30 Years By Irina Slav - Feb 25, 2021, 9:00 AM CST Oil prices are set to rise by the fastest rate since the 1970s over the next three years, Bank of America said in a new report, joining the growing group of analysts forecasting a return of oil to three-digit territory. The average price of Brent over the next five years, however, will be between $50 and $70 per barrel, according to the bank, as quoted by The National. The bank also said OPEC+ might decide to reverse its production cuts now that Brent is trending above $60, but added that a slow return of U.S. shale to international markets might lead to an extension of the production cut agreement to make sure prices stay higher. "We believe that slower shale growth and oil price stability will likely require a continuation of Opec+'s market management beyond April 2022," the bank's analysts said. OPEC+ is meeting next week to discuss the progress of its agreement in an environment of much tighter supply, and expectations are that some members may push for a production increase. The increase, however, will be moderate, at 500,000 bpd, according to reports. The last Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee of OPEC+ met in the first week of February, and the meeting ended without many surprises. For the month of February, another 75,000 bpd was added to the quotas—65,000 bpd to Russia and 10,000 bpd to Kazakhstan. For the month of March, production quotas were eased again by the same amount, with the same distribution of the additions. Russia is one of the extended cartel's members that will likely call for a further increase in production. Moscow has a tradition of budgeting for pessimistic oil prices, which increases the benefits from each additional dollar benchmarks gain. Saudi Arabia, on the other hand, might like to see much higher prices as its breakeven level, despite the lowest production costs in the world, remains quite high. By Irina Slav for
bubblingup: Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd (GKP:LSE) set a new 52-week high during today's trading session when it reached 182.00. Over this period, the share price is up 15.95%.
steephill cove: The question in court posed to a group of PIs, was that would all PIs be prepared to accept one pound & 25p per share at that point... The answer back then was No. However, I am perfectly happy to accept one hundred & 25 pounds per share now after taking advantage of:- 1) The additional share offer shortly after. 2) The GKP dividends reinvested into more free GKP shares. 3) Buying on the GKP share price dip down to 50p & the early climb thereafter at regular intervals. It is all relative ;-) And it could happen with a leveraged recapitalisation before the sale. I will leave it in the capable hands of Perella Weinberg, because they have done a sterling job so far fending off hostiles.....
steephill cove: GENL share price only + 0.2 & GKP +5.7 percent....Somethings bubbling down Shaikan Way ;-)
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habshan: "I believe you will find that the company are carrying the costs of the hosts possibly along with their partner Mol." It's all just way beyond your grasp isn't it Sarah. Two days ago you said - "Or why there's been no PSC amendment." So you have acknowledged THAT THERE HAS BEEN NO PSC AMENDMENT. Which means that the MNR do not have a working interest, which means that GKP still have 80% and MOL have 20%. The ammendment of the PSC is all about the MNR exercising some rights over the license, which they have not yet done. So if the MNR don't yet have a working interest in the license, either paying or carried, then how can GKP and MOL be as you say "carrying their costs". How can GKP and MOL be carrying the costs of an entity that doesn't have a working interest. The "costs" are the costs of developing the license and they are shared by the interested parties. So if you don't have a working interest then you don't have any "costs". Sami - The new PSC is about the government exercising some rights over the Shaikan license and taking over some working interest, and that's absolutely fine, and so what does that trigger, that triggers discussions about how we're going to do that and is the MNR going to be a paying interest or are they going to be carried, and it seems that we're leaning towards the latter which is a good thing because if you look at the contracts in Kurdistan in the large majority where the MNR has a working interest in a license it is carried. We like the idea of the government being carried because it's simpler, and so what happens when you provide a carried interest to the government is that you need to work on other variables within the contract to maintain value neutrality. All parties are in agreement with this fundamental concept of value neutrality. It's got to make commercial sense for GKP." So there you go Sarah. Sami said that there would be no agreement to give the MNR an interest unless GKP and MOL were happy with it, it made commercial sense and that it was "at least value neutral". Which means that until and unless all of that is agreed, GKP have 80% and MOL have 20%. Which is what you are told in EVERY communication from the company. So stop getting your knickers in a twist, all is well.
habshan: "Just remember, at no point do I ever say buy or sell anything. DYOR" Just remember Stan that anybody who follows and believes the poor analysis, misrepresentation, inability to understand RNSs, and constant and unrelenting negativity of mcfly and his acolytes Bigdog and BroadfordBay will have been left in no doubt that GKP is a basket case that shouldn't be touched with a barge pole, and so will have completely missed out on the recent rise in the share price from 50p to 170p enjoyed by those who understand the situation and just treat him with the contempt he deserves. DYOR.
toddkozel: Remember Shamaran was reported to have multiple interested bidders at multiple share price levels, only a few months back.The entire indy Kurd E and P sector is potentially in play.UnsurprisinglyMassive buybacks on MOL and ShamaranFri 17:26End of September 2020, MOL started a 5% buyback program. The managers purchased also shares using calls! I don't think the buyback is finished. don't know if there is a derivative market on MOL in Budapest, but when I wanted to buy MOL shares, not a single bank/broker was able to do it in Budapest. Did they buy "synthetic options" created by investment bankers? I haven't checked if the other chemicals or integrated oil cies are doing buybacks. They are putting money there for a good reason: Shaikan!At the same time the managers of Shamaran exercised their options way out of the money: company Nemesia had the opportunity to buy 2,280,000 shares every month as long as the cy/bond holder hadn't been paid by KRG. Now, they received the money.The important question is "who is behind Nemesia?". Perhaps some bond holders. KRG? That's something Alan Mohtadi mentioned.They are paying around 0.25 SEK per share and they get 11.4 mio shares. If the price recovers to the issue price, around 5 SEK, they will get 57 mio SEK, which is around 6 mio US$. Seams peanuts
bigdog5: What with reserves taking a huge downgrade I can appreciate shareholders desperately wanting the oil price to keep increasing. The 2P number was even lower than was expected. At 54% that gives a nett to the company of 272m. But if the GKPI percentage is taken into account that figure drops to 257m. I think we can understand why the company had to add the 2C numbers to the 2P. Got to support the share price somehow even though its obvious there's a massive downgrade to reserves. Could it be that Mac is correct and that certain numbers had to be attained? "Mr Accountant, how much profit will our company make this year"? "How much profit would you like to achieve"? :-)
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