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Share Price: 35.25Bid: 35.25Ask: 36.00Change: -2.75 (-7.24%)Faller - Gulf Keystone
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 2.13%Open: 38.00High: 38.75Low: 35.00Yesterday’s Close: 38.00


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GUSTOS
Posts: 298
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msmith
Today 17:58
Ok sorry about your mum got a bit a of respect for you for admitting when you get things wrong.Ok you will make on a short here but be careful this can turn very quickly imo have a good weekend all
 
RobsterNo9
Posts: 171
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Price:35.25
What Will MDW
Today 17:47
Actually put on her CV for GKP time......not a lot I should think......took salary, tweeted some b**ox and went shopping
weathervane
Posts: 523
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RE: weathervane
Today 17:46
Nots, The problem is, that this company do not know the difference between honesty and lies, but they are definitely better at the latter. Ask Leftly.
Notsramdamus
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weathervane
Today 17:37
There is only two constants with GKP... 1: Krg are calling shots 2: Whatever the sp does ie: goes up, it always goes back down ? Id like to think there is a 3rd... in that the oil reserves are as huge as intimated, but, until re-visited, we can but guess? Whichever, I'd really like to see a conclusion now, (this year) at 3/4/5 whatever, rather than wait another decade for 8/10/28 whatever, as by the time, I order my new Bentley, it will be running on bloody batteries!!! rather than a W12 petrol engine lol :)
weathervane
Posts: 523
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Price:35.25
Dynarod
Today 17:23
Are the only company that should be buying this load of s..t.
We need a f.....g good clear out. Nobody stays more than five minutes, this shows how dysfunctional GKP have been and still are.
FreddieCruiser
Posts: 797
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Price:35.25
Down 7%
Today 17:23
Just call me Mystic Meg :( (live feeds excepting)
Arminius
Posts: 5,324
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:35.25
KRG
Today 17:10
KRG selling oil independent of Baghdad to make up for budget deficit

http://t.co/cjcVaVhN11 NRT

SULAIMANI -- The chairman of the Natural Resources Committee in the Kurdistan Parliament said the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) decision to independently sell over 12.6 million barrels of oil in June was an attempt to solve the region’s financial crisis.

Speaking on NRT’s Panorama program on Thursday, Sherko Jawdat said companies have already expressed willingness to export the region’s crude, bypassing the central government and its State Organization for Marketing of Oil (SOMO).

“An oil company declared that it can export 12,000 to 40,000 barrels of Kurdistan Region’s oil daily,” Jawdat said.

Officials have resorted to selling Kurdish oil independent of Baghdad to make up for a growing budget deficit, earning $750 million from sales in May alone.

Erbil’s economic issues began early in 2014 when then-Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki stopped budget payments to the KRG over its attempts to sell its oil independent of Baghdad.

The subsequent war against the Islamic State (IS) in northern Iraq and influx of over 1.5 million displaced Iraqis and Syrian refugees added to the region’s economic troubles.

Officials from the KRG and central government struck a deal that seemed to solve the budget dispute in December 2014. Under the terms of that deal, the KRG is to export 550,000 bpd in exchange for a 17 percent share of the federal budget.

Both sides have accused the other of failing to abide by the terms of that deal, with Kurdish officials claiming Baghdad is sending less than the agreed upon payments.

Kurdish Minister of Natural Resources Ashti Hawrami told Reuters in June that the KRG has received just 35 percent of the total budget owed to it in 2015, which breaks down to nearly $1 billion per month.

Officials in Baghdad acknowledge payments transferred to Erbil have been less than what is owed, but cited country-wide budget cuts that are affecting all of Iraq’s governorates.
Notsramdamus
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Nothing changes
Today 17:10
gkp.... continues in la la land.... serious questions to be asked on Thursday ? will the answers prove substantial - I very much doubt it.... ?
cockernhoe
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the problem now is
Today 17:09
the agm could turn into a complete non event unless of course they tell us that the krg are being co opted onto the board.
MSmith
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RE: MSmith
Today 17:08
Its ok, I know you wont believe me. I wouldn't believe someone either but it is true. Thanks for depressing me again.

Have a good weekend. Goodbye.





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