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Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd LSE:GKP London Ordinary Share BMG4209G2077 COM SHS USD1.00 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.40 -1.86% 179.60 242,126 14:30:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
179.20 180.20 185.20 179.20 185.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 79.32 -34.40 -16.42 378
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:30:19 O 2,254 180.625 GBX

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07/5/2021
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 183p.
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd has a 4 week average price of 159.20p and a 12 week average price of 152p.
The 1 year high share price is 199.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 67p.
There are currently 210,370,502 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 714,525 shares. The market capitalisation of Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd is £377,404,680.59.
05/5/2021
15:04
habshan: "I can even give you the serial number on the pump on SH12 plus the specs on the new pump." Tell me Tony, An oil company has hundreds of pumps of one sort or another. How does knowing their specs and serial numbers benefit you and your goatcam subscribers. Do your subscribers think that having that information is good value for money and that they can use it to assess GKP as an investment. How will that information affect the markets view of GKP and move the share price.
05/5/2021
14:09
steephill cove: Algobots dropping a steady trickle of very small sells trying to keep a lid on the rising GKP share price .. However, there is an Inverted head & shoulders on GKP chart, the only way is UP ;-)
04/5/2021
13:21
steephill cove: Algobots dropping a steady trickle of small sells trying to keep a lid on GKP share price .. Inverted head & shoulders on chart, only way is UP ;-)
03/5/2021
16:52
eddie47: AttygYou buy GKP you buy the license. GKP holds nothing else, not even the plant, that's owned by the KRG, I believe. Aquiring shares over the years means any acquirer saves a considerable amount of money, maybe even 30% of the supposed sale price. Don't expect the share price to rise because of an increased yield. The share price has been controlled for years and will be until others decide otherwise. But you never know, that may eventually prove to be for the benefit of the LTHs! LOL
03/5/2021
12:14
nestoframpers: Bank hol treat for you another Bob classic re the Permian. oil_investor10 Sep '18 - 21:07 - 571578 of 571579 0 3 0 awakening the giant: the item copied at the foot of this post takes a lot of explaining. I have now established that the event was the conference held on 1 December 2009. There is no trace of the GKP presentation that I can find, but there is a Petroceltic presentation which still exists online. The Chia Zaira (also spent Ziari) is the uppermost formation in the Permian. GKP initially said they were targeting the Chia Zaira (etc) in Shaikan-1, then said they were going to stop drilling just above it…then the well encountered colossal pressure at depth and the new, high-spec Blow Out Preventers on the new Weatherford rig saved a disaster by slamming shut. GKP then said they would drill SH-2 into the Permian, That SH-1 event was later publicly discussed by John Gerstenlauer and Todd Kozel. The Chia Zaira was referenced in that discussion as the formation where the enormous pressure was encountered. JG said that “we lost control” of the well, but TK immediately corrected him by saying “we almost lost control”. The item below is very interesting in several ways. For example, the pre-drill estimates are the same as the ones given in evidence at the Pantomime three years later. The Sargelu is referenced - the net pay figure for the Sargelu was heavily reduced by GKP over Christmas 2010 following the receipt of the “wrong in fact, and wrong in law” Excalibur claim shortly before Christmas Eve. That unexplained reduction was in conflict with what both DGA and Ryder Scott said about the Sargelu net pay. I find that most interesting. There is a reference to a “fractured system” which GKP believed, at the time, might be “full of oil”. ERC Equipoise confirmed that it was indeed filled with oil in the CPR. And of course there are the comments about the Permian - “where we saw the oil and the over-pressure reservoir”. The comment that “which we’re going to have to come back on the next well and drill” fits SH-2 exactly. And the remark “it’s an amazing well” matches what Jon Ferrier said this very morning - he used the words “an outstanding asset”. There are perhaps two key issues in here. #1 is “what happened to the Sargelu net pay?” and #2 is “why did GKP say, and more than once, that SH-1 entered the Permian but the current line is that the Permian has never been entered?” “Global Energy Conference. 2009. Formations Encountered in Shaikan-1. [Slide 13]. It’s an amazing well. As I said when we started drilling this, our expectations were 1 to 2 billion barrels in place, 2 billion in our wildest imagination. We started encountering oil at the Sargelu, and we drilled roughly 1460m of reservoir section. The net pay, 215m, if you don’t add in addition to that, the fractured system which we believe as also full of oil, probably raises that number to 250. At the bottom, the Chia Zaira is where we saw the oil and the over-pressure reservoir, which we’re going to have to come back on the next well and drill. It’s quite interesting”
01/5/2021
20:22
bigdog5: GKPhero1 May '21 - 12:23 - 629855 of 629857 0 9 0 "GKP is on it's way to a £100+ per share takeover I tell thee. Make haste and buy GKP at these bargains". First published ten years ago. But due to popular demand by all the clueless and extremely desperate ramping shareholders here the author is forced to keep republishing his BS on a regular basis. Oil budget agreement signed is it? Any of Kozel's BS barrels been discovered yet? After 10 years would it be wrong for us to believe he was telling porkies? Was the data provided to the "experts" flawed big time? 55k going to be achieved in the first Q of 2022 is it? Any ESP's been installed yet? Massive revelations on the way that will have all you clueless suckers in a spin:-)
29/4/2021
12:31
gkphero: GKP share price on the brink of a run up to £100+ per share. Don't miss them bargains..........they won't last forever..........
26/4/2021
11:55
steephill cove: Another GKP dividend draws ever closer with it being reinvested for yet more free GKP shares. Yum Yum ;-)By July 2nd, this will be the 3rd GKP Dividend & combined with the previous GKP share buyback longstanding PIs who have held, are beginning to regain traction...This will be further enhanced by another potential dividend/share buyback this year too.And those PIs that took up the share offer & that have continued to buy along the journey, are in for a very significant return...
26/4/2021
11:50
steephill cove: Another GKP dividend draws ever closer with it being reinvested for yet more free GKP shares. Yum Yum ;-) By July 2nd, this will be the 3rd GKP Dividend & combined with the previous GKP share buyback longstanding PIs who have held, are beginning to regain traction... This will be further enhanced by another potential dividend/share buyback this year too. And those PIs that took up the share offer & that have continued to buy along the journey, are in for a very significant return...
26/4/2021
11:01
mcflyo2: BUY FOR ISA RECOMMENDED: Gulf Keystone (GKP): 175p This one is relatively easy to sum up – currently producing a whopping 43,190 bopd from their Shaikan field in the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq and aiming to increase to 55,000 bopd by Q1 2022 beginning with the drilling of the SH-13 well in Q3 of 2021, GKP are valued at £369m and are sitting on a cash pile of $161m With one of the lowest Opex around at $2.6/bbl, GKP are heavily leveraged to oil prices and with record production levels for 2021 must be loving these current oil prices – recently being described as a ‘cash machine’ by a well-known investment analyst. Also, with the resumption of regular payments to GKP from the Kurdish Regional Government (“KRG”) for the last eleven months and the demise of ISIS political risk has diminished considerably. Repayment mechanisms are in place to recover outstanding arrears of $73.3 million too. ? Confident enough to re-instate its annual dividend beginning with $25m this year and stating that with ‘continuing strong oil prices, there may be opportunities to consider further distributions to shareholders this year”. Growing production, growing cash, dividends back in place (possibility to grow), lowering costs, strong oil prices. Buy for growth and dividend. Risks have shifted from political to the oil price.
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