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Gulf Keystone Petroleum Share Chat (GKP)



Share Price: 120.75Bid: 120.25Ask: 120.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Gulf Keystone
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 0.42%Open: 119.00High: 121.00Low: 119.00Yesterday’s Close: 120.75


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Lemming99
Posts: 349
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:120.75
RE: just managed
Mon 23:28
Thanks weathervane, a little trench humour helps in this region i find.
 
Lemming99
Posts: 349
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:120.75
RE: just managed
Mon 23:22
Hi DuffyyMoon,
I would cite the christmas wikileaks Kurdish-Turkish accord (some 25 or 50 year agreement from memory). Turkey has historically been against kri independence (as per p4 in the link posted earlier). But they did fly the Kurdish perhaps even kurdistan flag (not sure) when barzani went to ankarra.

Huge economic ties, circa 80% of goods sold made in turkey also referenced in doc p4. Plus quote from p27 below re finances from 2015

"As of April 2015, the KRG’s total debt was estimated at $17 billion90–$1.3 billion in unpaid salaries,
$1.1 billion of governorates’ debt, $10 billion to private banks (local and Turkish), $3 billion to the
Turkish state, and at least $1.6 billion to international oil companies and contractors. A further $1.147
billion was owed to oil traders at the end of 2014, which has probably grown since then to $1.5–1.8
billion. If, by analogy with the bond offering, the KRG were to pay 11 per cent interest on its external
and bank borrowings, that would amount to some $1.4 billion annually (it is understood that it does
not pay interest on the local bank borrowing, but that will not be sustainable for the region’s financial
system)."

In summary, i would say the facts point to KRI being more like KRT, but that could be a bit too close to the bone
gyp8
Posts: 1,754
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:120.75
No MP on Board means what?
Mon 22:23
Imagine a CSA formerly a MP getting a bonus of £1 million while parliament is dissolved, , then imagine all sorts of other interest that can be taken advantage with no disclosure when Parliament is dissolved , like during an election.

Interesting
HighIQ
Posts: 71
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:120.75
RE: I've bought rucklooads
Mon 21:50
Why wasn't the share price gone up you fool ?
gyp8
Posts: 1,754
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:120.75
RE: just managed
Mon 21:10
KRG ruling family arrange dTurkey Halkbank to move money to safe zones for them,

Other part , explain what the KRG is ? explain it make up (ie) which parties form its government, which ministers lead each department? Explain how the Government works when Gorran members are banned from Parliament, and how it functions even with a illegal president .

Indy route for Kurds, Iraq would welcome the thieving duckers to get out and join Turkey.

The real threat to the corrupt KRG is the huge amount of Kurds in Syria who can with ease walk over the Pesh in a matter of days... Kurd indy route would be KDP and some junior member of the PUK who Hawrmi adn Bazarni pay millions to every year
DuffyMoon
Posts: 1,386
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:120.75
RE: just managed
Mon 19:28
"Turks are up to the eyeballs in debt to KRG"

Lemming, could you put some numbers/sources up to substantiate that, please.
Dibendra
Posts: 590
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:120.75
I've bought rucklooads
Mon 18:58
I think this is the most attractive oiler on the planet.

By some distance

I've filled my boots

So have the city

Boooom
highlander1970
Posts: 1,015
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:120.75
RE: just managed
Mon 17:52
if it involved the Kurds, oil and politics, I have given up reading it now as it is a waste of time.

The place will not change, it is stuffed.
weathervane
Posts: 963
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:120.75
RE: just managed
Mon 17:33
You would do well on the stage coming out with those jokes. Keep em crossed, hope springs eternal so they say.
Lemming99
Posts: 349
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:120.75
RE: just managed
Mon 17:00
me too; loaded up to the gunnels. not sure how high it will reach, but I'm relatively sure that it's upwards from here. Clearing Mosul of it's death cult idiots will help - spare a thought for those in greater peril than us.

Referendum on Kurdistan independence in Sept should be a slam dunk. The two are quite related and I expect to see declaration of independence perhaps near some important time in the Kurdish calendar, but also as a peace dividend from a hopeful success in Mosul.

Market should pay a relief dividend to any KRI IOC as less uncertainty once the deed is done. Turks are up to the eyeballs in debt to KRG, Iraq and Iran should be kept onside by US and the Trump team with KRI experience and visits to Erbil. Not to mention the second biggest US base (er Embassy) in the world being built in KRI.

So all in all, regional volatility will persist, but our oil will continue to be a bit stodgy. Does anyone know of the plan to open a heavy oil pipeline as per the purple line on page 26 of this report

https://www.oxfordenergy.org/wpcms/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Kurdish-Oil-and-Regional-Politics-WPM-63.pdf

btw worth a read if anyone is fascinated in oil in KRI.




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