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Share Price: 49.25Bid: 49.25Ask: 50.25Change: 0.50 (+1.03%)Riser - Gulf Keystone
Spread: 1.00Spread as %: 2.03%Open: 49.50High: 53.50Low: 45.50Yesterday’s Close: 48.75


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Garp01
Posts: 38
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Opinion:Buy
Price:50.25
Flurry
Today 16:14
of late buys coming in, hopefully a tick up
 
NickiMinaj
Posts: 1,767
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:50.50
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RE: thanks barney1255 on iii
Today 16:05
barney is very good, deserves a medal - and a good profit!

The easiest way to find oil isn't usingt a seismic map and a drilling rig, but with a telephone and an invitation to have a coffee.

Of course, that doesn't add to the world's oil reserves, but when the price goes up to say $150 a barrel, exploration then can begin again!
chalkandcheese
Posts: 4,489
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Opinion:Hold
Price:50.50
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RE: Really C&C
Today 15:59
Nearly there, I will be dead by the time this comes right.

I wish they would just get on with it. ;-)
Christoffmcd
Posts: 5
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:50.50
1927 mrs Jowett
Today 15:58
my appologies nicki, but I thought her name was Jowett not Jewett as in the original car manufacturer, hence Jowett javelin a very good car one of which my father had ,also Mr J a very skilled engineer ,may throw light on how the box came to be in the bungalow !!!! Just a thought ,
NickiMinaj
Posts: 1,767
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:50.50
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RE: Nicki
Today 15:55
LSE are deleting abusive and 'stalking' posts, and I'd already reported the earlier one in the 'thread' to them.

The shenanigans on ADVFN are not tolerated on here by LSE, thank goodness.
Andean
Posts: 242
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:50.50
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Really C&C
Today 15:55
I guess TP doesnt like being dropped in the xxit

we nearly there yet. :)
mainshare
Posts: 1,090
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:50.50
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thanks barney1255 on iii
Today 15:54
Exxon needs a different growth strategy....................

ExxonMobil admits $1bn lost from anti-Russia sanctions
RT | February 27, 2015

The contracts with Russia’s biggest oil company Rosneft damaged by the West’s anti-Russian sanctions have cost ExxonMobil $1 billion, the company said in its annual report.

“In 2014, the European Union and United States imposed sanctions relating to the Russian energy sector. In compliance with the sanctions and all general and specific licenses, prohibited activities involving offshore Russia in the Black Sea, Arctic regions, and onshore western Siberia have been wound down. The Corporation’s maximum exposure to loss from these joint ventures as of December 31, 2014, is $1.0 billion,” the report said.

Rosneft and ExxonMobil established projects to conduct exploration and research activities in 2013 and 2014. The European Union and United States imposed sanctions relating to the Russian energy sector in 2014, prohibiting any activities that involve offshore work in the Russian Black Sea and Arctic regions, and onshore in western Siberia.

The two companies began an exploration project in the Kara Sea in August despite the sanctions. Oil reserves in the Kara Sea could be as high as 13 billion tons, which is more than in the Gulf of Mexico or the whole of Saudi Arabia.

Another joint venture known as the Sakhalin–1 Consortium in Russia’s Far East uses Berkut, the world’s largest oil platform and is producing 27,000 tons of oil a day.

Russia’s Rosneft and its President Igor Sechin have been put under US and EU sanctions. The provision of oil equipment and services such as drilling in offshore deep water projects such as in the Arctic, or shale well drilling were also banned due to the terms of the sanctions
NickiMinaj
Posts: 1,767
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:51.00
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RE: quick question as i dont know t..
Today 15:50
The KRG would receive the same revenue per barrel, everything else being equal.

But by the time Exxon had bought Gulf (in the hypothesis) the payment situation would have moved on anyway, so it's all a bit theoretical I think.
chalkandcheese
Posts: 4,489
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Opinion:Hold
Price:50.50
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Nicki
Today 15:49
Where's your post gone?
jclately
Posts: 40
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:50.50
20 mil deposit
Today 15:47
Does anyone know how much future sales of oil were bought for $20m? Is this a factoring exercise rather than a deposit on a purchase?





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