at the AGM shows the KRG are holding the rudder at GKP. I don't mind as long as they give us the production expenses etc for back in rights we should have had ages ago and pay us up to date so we don't need to run to the city. Increased production is good and with KRG selling Kirkuk oil- I presume-they should be able to afford back costs and $/barrel due. RNS has not solved any operational/strategic issues in my opinion as t/o or farm out is too risky with current politics/war so company status will remain the same in respect of funding issues. KRG must deliver.
carvegyber - that's what I'm thinking. He has sufficient experience to see them through to takeover which they have all but finalised? That would make sense as you can't appoint a proper, high level, CEO and say, "by the way in two months you'll be out of a job as we've agreed a deal with Chevron/A N Other!"
Personally sad that Todd has stepped down from the company he formed and took forward to such stunning success, the largest onshore find for decades. John G is clearly a fantastically skilled oilman, he will get the job done.
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