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Gulf Keystone Petroleum Share Chat (GKP)



Share Price: 91.50Bid: 90.50Ask: 91.50Change: 0.50 (+0.55%)Riser - Gulf Keystone
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 1.10%Open: 90.25High: 91.50Low: 90.25Yesterday’s Close: 91.00


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Alustu
Posts: 8
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Price:90.00
UKOG
Wed 14:46
I sold my shares in this yesterday, cut my losses 50%, bought into UKOG, already got most of it back in a day, join the rides lads and lasses
 
Distressed
Posts: 1,423
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Price:90.00
RE: Has anyone
Wed 14:39
Nothing new to communicate- really, what for 2 years
FlyingHorse1
Posts: 1,303
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Price:90.00
RE: Has anyone
Wed 14:29
Valju guess the company has nothing new to communicate. Hokding pattern for now.
ValJu
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Has anyone
Wed 13:22
except 063... called the company and enquired about why the silence?

It was not so long ago, that Judas Ferrier, said there would be regular monthly meetings with small numbers of shareholders, to discuss the Companies progress and show willing... instead 100/1 dilution and silence

does that sound like a CEO with confidence, to anyone, that he is running the Co in the best interests of the shareholders ?

imo, no... because someone is pulling his strings and he is only looking after himself? easy on 500k plus bonus's for performing like an ostrich ?
surreyscot
Posts: 444
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Opinion:Hold
Price:91.00
Wondered
Wed 12:20
I see yet again politicians doing what they do so well. This time with diesel cars - the ones they recommended that we buy :)

(a) Kicking the can down the road till 2040 - ie someone else's problem

(b) Passing the buck for hard decisions down to local authorities. So they can take the flak for it.

Electric Cars etc sound wonderful until you look at the infrastructure investment needed. Dozens of new power stations /charging stations / battery materials ( currently lithium ) .

Then the fact that new battery packs for cars last about 5-7 years and cost ~ £5 + to replace.
The power stations themselves ( assuming fossil fuel powered ) cause more pollution than the cars they replace. ( Look at Power Generation Efficiency )

Its all hot air and will never happen.

IMO
misterbeck
Posts: 172
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Price:91.00
UKOG
Wed 12:10
is doing quite well. 500% up in less than 2 weeks.
FlyingHorse1
Posts: 1,303
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Price:91.00
RE: Wondered
Wed 12:08
How will all the electricity for the cars be generated? Nuclear not an option. Alternatives supply only10%. So will need to burn oil and gas in power stations. Strange thing this is more inefficient than burning in cars as energy is lost in the power network - so even more will have to be burnt.
Distressed
Posts: 1,423
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Price:91.75
Wondered
Wed 11:01
What effect the news reference no petrol or diesel cars in 2040 will have on the oil industry??
FlyingHorse1
Posts: 1,303
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Price:91.25
RE: FH
Wed 09:19
Agreed reff but I think most of the ground work has already been done on this.
FlyingHorse1
Posts: 1,303
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Price:91.25
RE: GKP and independence
Wed 09:17
Am more of an optimist and would hope that a Kurdish nation could be a stabilising presence. If that was true view the on balance would be better for GKP.




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