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Share Price: 5.06Bid: 4.85Ask: 5.20Change: -0.14 (-2.69%)Faller - Gulf Keystone
Spread: 0.35Spread as %: 7.22%Open: 5.20High: 5.40Low: 5.06Yesterday’s Close: 5.20



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Chandley-1976
Posts: 4,056
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Durby
Today 11:03
So MOL and Genel are better setup, better funded, and generally more stable than GKP? Is that news? This is precisely why the KRG should be paying those arrears a bit faster than they are doing at present.
 
Tallmarc72
Posts: 337
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Price:5.06
Durby...Helx
Today 10:59
Remind us why you visit this bb?

you hold no shares, You see no future for GKP and you constantly bash the share.

Whats in it for you? Why do you get up each day and log in to the GKP forum?

Answer that honestly ...bet you can't?

Oh and Durbs...didnt Val offer to meet you and talk through GKP.

Why won't you do that?

Coward
Tallmarc72
Posts: 337
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Price:5.06
Durby...Helx
Today 10:57
You still here.?

Why?
Mysteron
Posts: 256
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Price:5.06
Deal or no deal
Today 10:51
We should get Noel Edmonds to adjudicate this one. Those keeping the Company, Market, PI's, and Investment funders dangling like this can not be in any way helpful to the process.
durby
Posts: 809
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Price:5.06
RE: Bond Holders (BH's)
Today 10:47
Try researching MOL and compare that with GKP ;)

"MOL is vertically integrated and is active in every area of the oil and gas industry, including exploration and production, refining, distribution and marketing, petrochemicals, power generation and trading. It has minor renewable energy activities in the form of biofuels. It has operations in over 40 countries worldwide and has nearly 2,000 service stations in Central and Eastern Europe and it is a market leader in Hungary, Croatia and Slovakia. MOL's downstream operations manufacture and sell products such as fuels, lubricants, additives and petrochemicals. The company's most significant areas of operations are Central and Eastern Europe, Southern Europe, North Sea, Middle East and Russia."
slingsandarrows
Posts: 19
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RNS
Today 10:46
Brinkmanship par excellence. Come on KRG/MNR time to blink.
Renegade
Posts: 1,392
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Bond Holders (BH's)
Today 10:44
Wasn't it MOL who recently borrowed money from Mr Market at a very low interest rate (can someone please remind me how much and what rate they achieved???).

The current BH's will surely know MOL's position (and the position of similar companies too) and will therefore seek a new favourable rate which is both suitable to them and relevant to the market rates which are currently available. Otherwise, JF has the option of bailing out and finding new backers with new funding at far better rates than we are currently tied into (which he may have already done through his MOL mates???).

The options for a JV/Sale of the company are further strings to JF's bow. The current BH's may not know what offers have been made for a slice of GKP (if any) and as such, can only value a new loan based on current market rates and the GKP lending risk.

I am sure that the MOL deal is not unique in today's market and therefore, one would assume that the current BH's are not in as strong a position as some may think..

It could be that JF is seeking current BH agreement/a new offer before going elsewhere (we used to call that business loyalty, first crack at the whip). At the moment time is on JF's side so I don't think that he will need to go cap in hand to the BH's - not just yet anyway.

The only obstacle that I can see is the need for new near term funding to achieve 55K bopd.

The current BH's have a contract with GKP which is still in place. The BIG question is, do they want a new contract which is less beneficial than the current one but carries the same amount of risk.
jony5
Posts: 3,848
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Price:5.06
gkp
Today 10:40
The the drop that the muppets where saying is it, take a punt and make lots of cash, we are now at the bottom, you wont get in lower then this, I'm telling ya.
Chandley-1976
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Durby
Today 10:37
For somebody who hates the company and its prospects, you seem to know an awful lot. Its like me, as a Man United fan, being a historian of Liverpool FC. A bit pointless really. You clearly have other agendas here.

But ultimately, the monies ARE owned to us, absolutely they are. Also, nobody seems to have mentioned the Shaikan BIRs for a while too. Valuing this company at 50 million quid is absolutely bonkers, and the only reason that the bond holders would insist on DFE, is because they are confident that this will turn around before long, and even then, the KRG will have a massive say on who owns and runs this company in terms of big shareholders, partners, operators etc. For me, the only way that the bond holders are taking control here, is if they are in some way connected to big oil or the KRG.
delta9
Posts: 1,282
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Opinion:Hold
Price:5.06
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RE: Groundhog
Today 10:37
GKP will rise from the ashes Guaranteed




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