Gulf Keystone plans to move into the large-scale phased development of the Shaikan field targeting 100,000 bopd of production capacity during Phase 1 of the Shaikan Field Development Plan. That's Good News . Cuba
Such a shame what has happened to this car crash of a company. I would love to see nickiminj optimism come good but cannot see it myself. From being 100k up to 40k down I kick myself everyday. I'm now expecting nothing back but to stubborn to sell. Good luck all
The issue of only 100m shares confirms to me that its just for working capital and will not be sufficient to fundamentally expand production therefore, in my view, the search for a deal is still on and the extra £30m of potential funding gives time to make the right choice.
Every day GKPs cash pile lessens, being spent on things which are not generating value, so every day, we are worth less. Its only natural for me that our SP falls slowly but surely between now and payments, takeover or farm in.
I wonder if the share price will ever go up again >?
Day after day of it being sold down on such tiny volume , but takes us millions to shift it back up where again the shorters push it back down.
Like many I just want this sold and move on with my life , its been horrific holding this stock for the last 3 years and even worse the last 1 year , the company appears to be on it's knees where as in actual fact its in a better place than it was when we hit £4.60...something just doesn't add up.
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