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Share Price: 30.50Bid: 29.75Ask: 30.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Gulf Keystone
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 2.52%Open: 31.50High: 31.50Low: 29.25Yesterday’s Close: 30.50



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theshipscook1
Posts: 1,156
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Price:30.50
New CPR
Today 08:31
Tres incredible
Mon dieu Mon dieu
 
Andean
Posts: 504
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Price:30.50
A good read
Today 08:29
mcnmcn
Posts: 110
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Price:30.50
Takeoff
Today 08:15
GKP now only down 93.33% from All time high.

Things are looking up.

Hoping for to be sold for around 35p, to close another sweet trade for 10%.

Like candy from a baby this GKP trading.
Barrik
Posts: 234
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:30.50
Normal Weekend Service Expected.
Today 07:28
That is knock the company, try and spread doubt, ( which is becoming harder by the day) and especially attack NickiMinaj.

It's plain to see a lot has/is changing, Jon Ferrier really is looking like a top CEO, even the derampers haven't tried to harm his work!

Adding shares when the opportunity arises, selling none and tolerating the many who seek to harm my investment.
NickiMinaj
Posts: 3,924
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:30.50
Maintenance of
Fri 23:24
Not "PF" lol
NickiMinaj
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Price:30.50
pyro: pressure
Fri 23:23
Gulf recently said that the maintenance PF reservoir pressure isn't coming from aquifer drive. And that a gas cap is expaning. Now they say there's virtually no pressure reduction despite removing c. 15 million barrels of oil from (so they previously said) the fracture system. What could explain this? I suggest: (a) a very large Transient Drainage Radius and Connected Volume (Stafford reportediy gave huge numbers for these parameters at the PESGB in July 2013, and (b) release of oil from the matrix. Transient pressure drops could allow some dissolved gas to come out of solution within the reservoir, expanding the gas cap.

Just a mull.
Goldbarblues
Posts: 41
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:30.50
YAZZ
Fri 23:11
The only way is up GLA its been tuff of late but I feel were on the cusp of a strong up ward trend, keep hold of them golden tickets.
pyrotech
Posts: 2,937
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Price:30.50
Data
Fri 22:50
As we are talking about new cpr data this of course make complete sense.
As you take oil out you get a reduction in pressure
that pressure will change depending on size quantity and connectivity.

You can do all the 2d and 3d scans you like but this information is without question.
If the change is very low in comparison of what you removed then you have something spectacular .

With the oil removed they will now have some very accurate info and this will likely show what parts are definitely connected or not.
Still holding strong here with same expectations, realise its about payments but if we get thru the storm the view the other side could be amazing
NickiMinaj
Posts: 3,924
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:30.50
Del: Jurassic upside
Fri 22:50
There are a number of ways in which ERC Equipoise could upgrade the 12.3.2014 CPR numbers:

(a) shift from 3P to 2P, and 3C to 2C;

(b) increase the Oil In Place, by such things as (i) increasing the rock volume, (ii) increasing the matrix porosity, (iii) increasing the fracture porosity, (iv) increasing the fill factor, (v) lower the OWC level;

(c) increase the Recovery Factor, by such things as (i) higher fracture porosity (differential effect), (ii) larger fractures, (iii) lower oil viscosity, (iii) H2S reinjection effect.

So all sorts of tunes can be played on the numbers. IMO the absence of water in the produced oil is highly significant.
BoyBand
Posts: 278
Research
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Price:30.50
HALF YEAR REPORT 2015 - JON FERRIER
Fri 22:03





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