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Share Price: 5.05Bid: 5.00Ask: 5.05Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Gulf Keystone
Spread: 0.05Spread as %: 1.00%Open: 5.20High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 5.05


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westsider
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Slime
Today 13:33
What is happening here is criminal. These slime do not like their deeds being thrown into the glare of publicity. Get the message out to the press and other media outlets. FH fully behind your attempts to organise and fight the scum.
 
Tallmarc72
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PC
Today 13:28
As a bondholder you've gone quiet
Tallmarc72
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from slug on iii
Today 13:28
Really worth reading the whole article:-

The situation could have been remedied this past year via arbitration, the board member told IBT, but Zahawi advised against it.

Zahawi was appointed to Gulf Keystone in 2015 after serving as an adviser for another oil company, Afren, which went bankrupt. But the parliamentarian did not disclose his position in the company until several weeks after he took office, which is against the law. A U.K. MP by law has to register his interests within 28 days.
Yellowcraig
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RE: Rolling the Dice
Today 13:25
DF how do we make arbitration happen ?
FlyingHorse1
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RE: fh
Today 13:20
Actions always speak louder than words.
Yellowcraig
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Arbitration
Today 13:17
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Dana Gas, one of the largest investors in the semi-autonomous region of northern Iraq, has won an arbitration award against the Kurdistan Regional Government that could potentially unlock almost $2bn in unpaid invoices.
The United Arab Emirates-based company, which along with its parent, Crescent Petroleum, leads the Pearl Petroleum consortium operating in northern Iraq. It said it had won a London arbitration award on November 27 ordering the KRG to pay unpaid invoices for condensates and liquefied petroleum gas within 28 days.
CityPier
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Rolling the Dice
Today 13:10
PC.

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If arbitration, the Agreement not completed. Do you really want that? Back to strictly enforced PSC terms and fully exposed to any dip in oil? With a ****ed off MNR out to screw you. Arbitration would get nasty..

PC you are a bondholder, of course you don't want Arbitration.

Long Term Holder of this stock don't want to rollover and give the company to bondholders.

Do you get it ? The majority of Long Term Holder have been rinsed dry and don't have much more to lose apart from stopping the BH's who have been shorting this stock, pick up the assets without a fight.

Any arbitration will expose once and for all AH, MB and The former CEO.
dragonfly03
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RE: Rolling the Dice
Today 13:10
Oh Dear, you really let yourself down PC..Who gives ducks arse about some corrupted Turk in Genel and insider trading, or for that matter about the UAE yes UAE owners of DNON.. ..You assume we all came down in that shower of BAZARNI/HAWRAMI RAIN...

Tell me how the Afren issue played out, you know the one, Black Marlin, EAX RAK.. Vultures in Bondholders..

The KRG are considered as Vultures in in the USA, but then again, they pay Lobbyists $750,000 but not there own people..

Tell me what his holiness Hawrmi said in court verse Excalibur ..It went along the lines of we dont give PSC to anyone other than Oil Exploration Company with experience..

Roll out the barrel !! Lets see which Porker from the KRG GKP and ex diplomats were entwined in Etamic a middle eastern investment fund..

Arbitration does not get nasty, its deals with facts, and if GKP have to reveal etamic and the KRG so be it..

Oh and I am not bothering with pipsqueaks , or Bazarnites, or Erbil's oil rag..

I dont give a hoot about Forstsons press either, the KRG are a region of Iraq.. The KRG can employ who they want, Clifford Chance even the great Excalibur farce ..Remind me how the KRG got on in the USA with that Tanker of oil..

http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-gb/Pages/Kurdistan-regioinal-governments-sovereign-immunity-plea-fails-in-English-court.aspx

The KRG can not do certain things you seem to allege, even with there ex diplomats in tow and politicians ..
FreddieCruiser
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RE: PC
Today 13:03
Spot on. Too bad TK hadn't been a bit more specific. And who will be the next Prince of choice to up production, add infrastructure and so on?

And did anyone on here get a result tweeting MP Zahwari? Maybe tweet the PM instead?
Tallmarc72
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fh
Today 12:56
exactly




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