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Gulf Keystone Petroleum Share Chat (GKP)



Share Price: 45.75Bid: 45.25Ask: 45.50Change: -2.25 (-4.69%)Faller - Gulf Keystone
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 0.55%Open: 49.25High: 48.50Low: 44.25Yesterday’s Close: 48.00


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layercake
Posts: 659
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:55.00
P S
Wed 21:24
Greece is up for sale on Ebay
Starting bid: 1€
 
Mulder
Posts: 893
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Price:55.00
RE:NM
Wed 21:12
If the IR dept are taking the time to (i) reply and (ii) send a personalised, non-generic reply to you then clearly you have hit a nerve there and are not far off the mark.

Their lack of regard for the shareholders and share price here is simply awful - I hope you get that message across as well.
Andean
Posts: 174
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Price:55.00
IIffy Mirage
Wed 21:10
btw when one compares Genel's fundamentals with those of Gulf, I know which company I prefer lol.

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Yet another bonkers statement.
layercake
Posts: 659
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Price:55.00
NickiMinaj
Wed 21:03
How do you know so much about this secretary's actions?
Anyway, here is some US news: http://www.usnews.com/news/world/articles/2015/01/21/ap-interview-iraqi-premier-wants-help-against-is-group
Re: SP two scenarios.1 non payment by KRG
2 The CO. already in talks to borrow more money and the City playing hard ball.
Now; as for JG banging on about the future is almost embarrassing since the very brokers he keeps pitching all know the fundamentals and they only scream out:SET UP FOR TAKEOVER. Why has MDW arrived! PR! Really! How about brokerage a deal. However no deal on the table since the price is not the right one. The only player I see on the playing field is the KRG. They control our share price and they need good assets for recognition of their future Kurdistan. Any thoughts!
NickiMinaj
Posts: 1,196
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:55.00
adamsmith
Wed 20:47
Gulf have said they are exporting their production.
What Simon Murray had said earlier was superseded.

The KRG need to export under the terms of the agreement with central government.

It's simple: the KRG owes Gulf many hundreds of millions of dollars in back-costs (covered by the PSC cost-recovery terns) and for unpaid export.

They have said they will pay.

btw when one compares Genel's fundamentals with those of Gulf, I know which company I prefer lol.

Gulf's attributable production is catching up Genel's, and will surely overtake it. Gulf's OIP figure is colossal. Genel have blown about half their cash pile on non-Kurdistan blind alleys.

Of course, Genel didn't have the accursed CPR kicking them down into the gutter, and their communications have been far more effective than those of Gulf.

Gulf Keystone is a bit like getting a very expensive suit from Savile Row, and allowing someone to smear dog's mess all over it.
nwalsham15
Posts: 3,472
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Price:55.00
Tcan
Wed 20:33
Unfortunately the KRG have no idea what soon means.
okidokicoki
Posts: 19
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Price:55.00
buy?
Wed 20:32
Thanks for the advice Weathervane i know this share has hurt alot of people :-( i am quite new to this and just thought if somebody was buying so many shares they must know something good is going to happen here :-)
adamsmithfreethi
Posts: 172
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Price:55.00
Can I drag your attention away from
Wed 20:19
random share walks and fracture porosity. Presumably you chaps (and chapesses) out there read the GENL trading statement? Did anybody spot that 52% of sales are local. For GENL with >USD400m this is an irrelevance but to GKP it's a lifeline! Can anybody out there confirm what the cash price per barrel GKP might be receiving and what proportion of the 40k output goes this route? Seems to me if GKP reduce Capex they could survive a fair few months on this plus existing cash... Opinions?
weathervane
Posts: 339
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Price:55.00
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RE: buy?
Wed 19:44
Do What ! Something's been going on for years here, and it ain't good. As for being interesting, that's the best joke of the year thus far. It certainly is not Okey Dokey. Buys and Sells, simply ignore them. Okey Dokey.
NickiMinaj
Posts: 1,196
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Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:55.00
Mulder
Wed 19:42
We now have a good idea of what the Shaikan fracture porosity might be.
A reservoir engineer from one of the world's biggest oil services companies was speechless the other day when he was given some details about the performance of the Shaikan wells.
Anastasia is sending what i personally consider to be intemperate replies to pretty straightforward email enquiries from a number of shareholders who are asking questions about fracture porosity and for copies of John Stafford's presentations. She is studiously avoiding making any reference to the subject matter, and is instead making what appear to be veiled threats. This style of reply appears to myself be a dead giveaway; why is fracture porosity such a difficult issue? Why can't the PIs see what John Stafford has revealed to large audiences?





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