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Gulf Keystone Petroleum Share Chat (GKP)



Share Price: 130.00Bid: 123.00Ask: 135.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Gulf Keystone
Spread: 12.00Spread as %: 9.76%Open: 126.25High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 130.00


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Dibendra
Posts: 468
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:130.00
RE: broker
Today 07:33
When the company is inevitably sold what's my
co shareholders here ,views on the likely trade sale price?

I regard £5/share reflecting a market cap of around
$ 1.75bn. as the low end
This is implied by ashti's on record offer and supported by CPR at 10% fwd discount.

Potentually double figures??? if a true completion is or can be generated, and that stacks up with a CPR less discounted than 10% given the huge resource and producition life left on the PSC.
 
FlyingHorse1
Posts: 718
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:130.00
RE: broker
Mon 23:13
Broker analysis is based on the latest best information and will have had a degree of quality assurance. As for Dibs I thought he works for the boys in West Mosul.
gyp8
Posts: 1,701
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:130.00
RE: New Pipelines ?
Mon 22:33
Four bombs detonated at an oil pipeline in Kirkuk, northern Iraq, killing one and injuring three members of the Kurdish security forces. At the time of the blasts, the pipeline was shut down for maintenance.

The blown-up pipe is used to pump crude from the Bai Hassan field to a degassing facility in Kirkuk. The blasts come soon after Baghdad signed a memorandum of understanding with Tehran for the construction of a pipeline that would see crude from the Kirkuk area exported via Iran.

The pipeline, local media note, would help the central government in Iraq diversify away from the autonomous region of Kurdistan, with which relations have been strained for years because of disputes regarding oil.

The Bai Hassan field, along with others in the area, was operated by the North Oil Company until 2014, when the Kurdistan Regional Government took over. Based on recent media reports, however, it seems the NOC is back in control of the field. Its reserves are estimated at 2.08 billion barrels.

Tensions between Baghdad and the KRG flared again last week, after the signing of the MoU with Iran.

http://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/Four-Bombs-Blast-Oil-Pipeline-in-Iraq.html
FredZGomez
Posts: 326
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:130.00
New Pipelines ?
Mon 21:55
Iran’s Pipeline Politics reaches Iraqi Kurdistan

This is a 4 page article on why a pipeline between KRG and Iran would be an absolutely brilliant idea. Los Americanos might not like it, but the Chinese will find this agreeable

The geopolitics of the region are very complex. Iran supports or directs the Popular Mobilisation Units, these are militias that saved Baghdad from being overrun by ISIS in 2014

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popular_Mobilization_Forces

http://www.iraq-businessnews.com/2016/06/30/irans-pipeline-politics-reaches-iraqi-kurdistan/

One another note, I thought this was funny - its a kind of a virtual pipeline

"This logic is also the reason why Iran and Turkmenistan have restarted talks about a new round of swap deals in which Iran would receive crude oil in its Caspian Sea port of Neka and would in turn allocate oil from its southern field to customers of Turkmen oil."
durby
Posts: 2,165
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:130.00
RE: broker
Mon 20:01
Cantor's prior target which was way before the restructuring and 100 to 1 consolidation was £1.54 ... that's about £154 a share in new money. To give a £2.7 target now is a big climb down IMO from £154 ..... they sure can see my way of thinking I guess ...

;)
DuffyMoon
Posts: 1,291
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:130.00
RE: broker
Mon 19:45
FH1, have Cantor been bang on the money with previous predictions?

I hope you understand the way it works with analyst/broker notes. The publicly released stuff is usually very short term to influence trading and well past its sell-by date, published after their private clients have been advised on their moves.

It would be worth your while going back and analysing analyst predictions compared to sp performance for the last three or four years to get the picture of how reliable they have been.
FlyingHorse1
Posts: 718
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:130.00
RE: broker
Mon 19:32
Strange durby seems to know better than broker
ozzy25
Posts: 7
Off Topic
Opinion:Hold
Price:129.75
broker
Mon 15:22
Date Broker Recommendation Price Old target price New target price Notes
23 Feb 17 Cantor Fitzgerald Buy 129.38 270.00 270.00 Reiterate
Dibendra
Posts: 468
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:127.75
RE: Sum Sunday sums:
Mon 14:06
Utterly trivial volumes again.

Average daily now well below 0.1%

Today 0.03%

99.97% holding

which includes holders of 195,000,000 shares that have no interest
selling to take a comfy 60% profit.

They holding for something else clearly.

Median analyst £3.50 CPR £4.75 Ashti car boot sale £5.25 etc

Imvho of course.

All the best
FlyingHorse1
Posts: 718
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:127.75
RE: Sum Sunday sums:
Mon 13:46
You haven't answered the question. Who is payong you to ne here. Do you work for the other side ie the ones in West Mosul?




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