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Share Price: 70.00Bid: 70.00Ask: 70.50Change: 7.75 (+12.45%)Riser - Gulf Keystone
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 0.71%Open: 64.00High: 71.75Low: 61.25Yesterday’s Close: 62.25


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Armasmaximilian
Posts: 1,161
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:70.00
mini boom
Today 13:13
back to .70 already.
 
Notsramdamus
Posts: 1,702
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:70.00
debeege - in laymans terms
Today 13:11
please ?
debeege
Posts: 1,343
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:70.25
Watching Level 2
Today 13:03
on this share is a proper swing and a roundabout, so many games its unreal.

For those holding anything over than £10k's worth, well done, because, as a level 2 watcher, i wouldnt be able to!

Even more so now its not just LSE orders, there is BATS and CHI-X to throw into the mix, just to scaremonger with fake orders etc, madness.
carvegyber
Posts: 4,740
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:70.25
united leadership
Today 13:02
Anyone noticed that this has now moved to anchor off malta? Watch the draft
chalkandcheese
Posts: 4,234
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:69.50
budget will be settled after Eid
Today 12:59
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Notsramdamus
Posts: 1,702
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:69.50
71.75
Today 12:56
just got offered that on a small sale, I accepted and HL back down and issued a requote ? lowlifes lol
Armasmaximilian
Posts: 1,161
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:69.50
12.5%
Today 12:54
Its a long way to break even but Not at this rate Mr Spock
Arminius
Posts: 2,637
Premium Chat Member
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:69.50
Bloomberg News
Today 12:54
Gulf Keystone Staff Return to Kurdistan to Increase Oil Output
By Firat Kayakiran Oct 1, 2014 Bloomberg

Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd. (GKP) returned all key foreign staff to Iraqi Kurdistan and will increase output after U.S. air strikes eased the militant threat that prompted a mass evacuation of expatriate oil workers.

The explorer is on target to produce 40,000 barrels of oil a day at its Shaikan wells, it said today in a statement. Gulf Keystone has been producing about 23,000 barrels a day since Aug. 28, the Hamilton, Bermuda-based company said.

Oil companies including Chevron Corp., Marathon Oil Corp. and Afren Plc evacuated staff and halted drilling in August after Islamic State seized control of a vast swath of northern Iraq and neighboring Syria. ShaMaran Petroleum Corp. last month resumed work at its Demir Dagh field in Kurdistan and Oryx Petroleum Corp. said it would boost output in the region as the security situation improves.

Producers have also been caught in a dispute between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the central Iraqi government over how to share oil revenue. Regional authorities have been exporting via Turkey since the start of the year against the wishes of the government in Baghdad.

Gulf Keystone is exporting about 70 percent of its output to international markets via Turkey and selling the rest locally, it said. It has exported about 4 million gross barrels so far and is in negotiations with Kurdish authorities about payment, according to the statement.

The company sold about 220,000 barrels of oil to local customers for about $9.4 million last month, it said.
Renegade
Posts: 1,197
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:69.75
71.75p
Today 12:53
And now .....
buzzlightyear4
Posts: 5,707
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:69.75
T/O @ £4??
Today 12:53
let's hope so.....



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