Amazing, put the news on and the Daily Telegraph as spent time investigating England manager, must be something in the UK attitude, that a supposed erious newspaper, cant investigate its countrys bent MP's payool, bonuses, oil dealers, people who aquire mansions on the thames and how the UK runs a and props up a corrupt Ponzi scheme of oil from Kurdistan.
Of course, who wants to investigate how the City and Bankers work with MPs and corrupt oil traders who run countries like Iraq and fill the pcokest of ruling familes in Kurdistan, who all hold UK passports and some hold US passports...
Selling own oil Gulf Keystone confirms today that a gross payment of $15.0 million has been received from the Kurdistan Regional Government ("KRG") for Shaikan crude oil export sales in June 2016.
Gulf Keystone and the KRG's Ministry of Natural Resources ("MNR") continue to work towards agreeing the final form of the May and June 2016 invoices in parallel with the negotiation and finalisation of the Second Amendment to the Shaikan Production Sharing Contract ("Second Shaikan Amendment"), as per the Bilateral Agreement between the Company and the MNR announced on 17 March 2016. Following receipt of the payment, the Company's current cash position is $79.5 million.
May,June,July,August,September 40,000 barrels a day where is the payments for this. This Krg is seriously winding me up.
Of payments for our contribution to The Cause for July (balance thereof) and all of August ? Suspect MNR has received theirs - hope someone we know has them tucked away, safe from these nasty IMF investigators ?
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