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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50 -2.6% 93.50 792,990 16:35:01
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
93.50 94.40 95.10 90.20 95.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 155.89 32.62 14.52 6.1 210
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:08:21 O 522 93.697 GBX

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12/7/2020
09:20
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 96p.
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd has a 4 week average price of 85p and a 12 week average price of 58.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 259p while the 1 year low share price is currently 47.30p.
There are currently 224,203,633 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 936,814 shares. The market capitalisation of Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd is £209,630,396.86.
21/6/2020
12:44
nestoframpers: surreyscot Posts: 2,176 Price: 96.70 Strong Buy PROJECT COSTSToday 12:01 The GKP capex figure was stated by GKP as $160m - $180m gross for 55k bopd excluding contingency. The GKP share of that was $130m to $150m. The 2019 net GKP capex spend was $90m. Therefore if we assume that little or none of the earlier 2018 capex was directly connected with the 55k bopd programme, there was some $40m to $60m of capex remaining for GKP to spend in 2020. GKP said on Friday that “Capex for 2020 remains in the range $40 - $48 million (net), a 50% reduction compared to 2019, of which $30 million (net) had been spent by the end of April 2020.” Interestingly, this net $40m to $48m figure is essentially the same as the above remaining spend figure as derived by subtraction. By subtracting the $30m Jan-April “capex already spent figure”, the balance is then $10m to $18m for the rest of 2020. This looks to be the sum required to complete the 55,000 bopd programme. This is supported by that programme having been due for completion very soon, before the work was suspended. Whatever the precise number, the amount of work required is not great. The unfortunate thing from a project viewpoint is that the work was suspended at the 11th hour, like an almost-completed jigsaw puzzle. That said, cash has been preserved, costs have been cut and will hopefully be kept down in future, and the additional c. 20k bopd of Shaikan oil is not being sold from the reservoir at fire-sale prices. From a Project Management perspective completing the 55k bopd upgrade is relatively simple . Its just a matter of patience now
17/6/2020
08:43
nestoframpers: Bravedog Posts: 157 Price: 102.60 No Opinion RE: VCP againToday 08:08 In order to have VCP shares vested this year to JF ens SZ, « the minimum hurdle market cap (8% p.a. compounded) » is 476 mio $. « The share price used for calculating total shareholder returns in plan year 2 and subsequent plan years shall be the average of the closing prices for the 30 days following the announcement of the Company's results for the relevant financial year. » The year end results were announced on May 22nd, so 30 days following this day should be on June 22nd, one trading day after the AGM. The starting day could perhaps be later if it is the first trading day after May 22nd. To get the « total shareholders return » or « market cap achieved », during that 30 days window, the average price of the 20 trading days period must be above 2.26$ (assuming 210 mio shares). With today’s close, the average price for 16 days is 1.0398$ rounded to 1.04$. I now assume the average price stays the same until the 19/6. If JF and SZ want part of their shares vested, the average share price of the last 2 days must be above (2.26x20- 18x1.04)/4= 6.62$. I don’t know if good news will come out at the AGM or from Baghdad, but they seem to have taken into account the vesting of the VCP shares when they choose the date of the AGM.
06/6/2020
14:49
chinese_takeover: Courtesy of surreyscot on LSE."BROKERS.Arctic Securities published, late on Wednesday, a positive “BUYâ€? broker note on GKP.They describe the company as “Our preferred Kurdistan exposureâ€? with a Base Case Net Asset Value of £3 a share. This NAV figure is then discounted because of operational gearing and lack of payment certainty, to give a current target price of £1.90 a share. They say that the operational gearing would make the company “a relative winnerâ€? with a Brent price above $40 per barrel, making risk/reward “attractiveâ€?. They consider that at a sustained $40 price, GKP “will be able to accumulate several times its market capitalisation in cashâ€?.The share price was 76.3p when Arctic published their note, and it has significantly strengthened since then. The covering analysts are all saying pretty much the same thing: that GKP is substantially underpriced and offers a significant level of upside.I would imagine that the major investors pay more attention to the analysts than the small group of 24/7 trolls who are active on here and ADVFN.IMO"
06/6/2020
09:39
habshan: Courtesy of surreyscot on LSE. "BROKERS. Arctic Securities published, late on Wednesday, a positive “BUY” broker note on GKP. They describe the company as “Our preferred Kurdistan exposure” with a Base Case Net Asset Value of £3 a share. This NAV figure is then discounted because of operational gearing and lack of payment certainty, to give a current target price of £1.90 a share. They say that the operational gearing would make the company “a relative winner” with a Brent price above $40 per barrel, making risk/reward “attractive221;. They consider that at a sustained $40 price, GKP “will be able to accumulate several times its market capitalisation in cash”. The share price was 76.3p when Arctic published their note, and it has significantly strengthened since then. The covering analysts are all saying pretty much the same thing: that GKP is substantially underpriced and offers a significant level of upside. I would imagine that the major investors pay more attention to the analysts than the small group of 24/7 trolls who are active on here and ADVFN. IMO"
02/6/2020
11:53
highlander7: Talking of BS . OM63 posted the following in August 2015. “All in all the outlook for the company according to some is bleak and Jon's new transparency policy mustn't be working but I think it's clear to see that some have the onset of selective blindness. Will the new CPR shock? I think it will. If we do not see a re-rate in the share price by the end of September I'll show my arris in Woolies window.” It was only later (when this didn’t happen - and he had lost his money) that the crazy 24/7 anti-GKP obsession took hold of him. Now he wants everyone else to sell their shares so that they are in the same position as him. GKP issue an RNS -and it’s all lies according to the “Oilman” Er - well you got that one right Tony ! LOL
02/6/2020
10:03
mcfly02: Good Morning 😃 GKPs share price use to track the oil price but no more it seems ??? Oil up but GKP stagnant. First they pay to hand assets back and now it costs them to produce oil and give it away for free 😂 Prime takeover target 😂
05/5/2020
13:36
chinese_takeaway: Price, yes agree, those likely ranges.My estimate £ 25-35 /share#GKPPrice? https://t.co/diYUIsnvQPrice, yes agree, those likely ranges.My estimate £ 25-35 /share#GKPPrice? https://t.co/diYUIsnvQBPrice, yes agree, those likely ranges.My estimate £ 25-35 /share#GKPPrice? https://t.co/diYUIsnvQPrice, yes agree, those likely ranges.My estimate £ 25-35 /share#GKPPrice? https://t.co/diYUIsnvQB
02/5/2020
19:31
habshan: Newbuild. If you're reading this, thanks for sharing. I never had the pleasure of meeting Mikey but over the last twelve years he has been a constant on these boards. I was a fan and feel that his presence will be hugely missed. He was a battle hardened veteran and has been with us shoulder to shoulder through thick and thin without once wavering during everything that has been thrown at us down the years. He was a stalwart and never once lost his belief, he worked hard to study and understand the workings of the market to increase his holding in the company and pass on his knowledge to the rest of us. His journey with GKP is now over and he didn't live to see the finishing line, but I'm in no doubt that his family will one day reap the reward of his endeavours and see his dream realised. They should be proud of him. Rest in Peace MikeyAdmin I salute you. You will not be forgotten. ....................... From Newbuild on LSE:- "Thank you for your heartfelt condolences and messages for Mike, he would have been proud to know he had a positive impact on the room. I have known Mike for almost 20 years we became acquainted on a construction site in Norden a Village in Rochdale he was a installing heating systems in new build houses, I was a contractor on site , my wife and I was about to embark on our own house building projects, and Mike designed and installed the plumbing and heating systems in the new homes. With respect to the profession Mike was much more than a plumber he was very intelligent and often spoke about the stockmarket. Around 2008 Mike was in a position to take advantage of the low valuations in the stockmarket due to the financial crisis which ultimately progressed on to the small cap oil share boom and GKP the rest being history you are all familiar with. In common with most people Mike was incredibly frustrated at the long term performance of the share price and unfortunately will never see it reach its potential. I still hold a long term position in GKP and wish all holders every conceivable success in the future I know Mike would echo those words. When that day comes along and you investment crystallizes I am sure Mike will be smiling. All the best Newbuild."
20/4/2020
10:07
chinese_takeaway: https://t.co/cd69rAFs8lPEEL HUNT BROKERS ANALYSIS :BUY :  TARGET 287PThe business is currently having to withstand a volley of unforeseen negative developments, the combination of which has caused the share price to fall -60% in the past month. However, GKP's financial discipline in recent years has ensured the business today is in good health and is therefore in a strong position to weather this period of increased volatility. Having now moved to update our asset model to factor in new production expectations and Shaikan capex phasing over the coming years, our DCF analysis still shows considerable upside to the share price. Our Core NAV for GKP now sits at £622m, equivalent to 287p/share (from 345p). This is where we also choose to set our target price and therefore maintain our BUY RECOMMENDATION .https://t.co/fMaubyPbslhttps://t.co/cd69rAFs8lPEEL HUNT BROKERS ANALYSIS :BUY :  TARGET 287PThe business is currently having to withstand a volley of unforeseen negative developments, the combination of which has caused the share price to fall -60% in the past month. However, GKP's financial discipline in recent years has ensured the business today is in good health and is therefore in a strong position to weather this period of increased volatility. Having now moved to update our asset model to factor in new production expectations and Shaikan capex phasing over the coming years, our DCF analysis still shows considerable upside to the share price. Our Core NAV for GKP now sits at £622m, equivalent to 287p/share (from 345p). This is where we also choose to set our target price and therefore maintain our BUY RECOMMENDATION .https://t.co/fMaubyPbsl
12/4/2020
18:51
urals: https://t.co/cd69rAFs8lPEEL HUNT BROKERS ANALYSIS :BUY :  TARGET 287PThe business is currently having to withstand a volley of unforeseen negative developments, the combination of which has caused the share price to fall -60% in the past month. However, GKP's financial discipline in recent years has ensured the business today is in good health and is therefore in a strong position to weather this period of increased volatility. Having now moved to update our asset model to factor in new production expectations and Shaikan capex phasing over the coming years, our DCF analysis still shows considerable upside to the share price. Our Core NAV for GKP now sits at £622m, equivalent to 287p/share (from 345p). This is where we also choose to set our target price and therefore maintain our BUY RECOMMENDATION .https://t.co/fMaubyPbsl
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