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Gulf Keystone Petroleum Appoints Ian Weatherdon CFO
Gulf Keystone Completes $25 Million Buyback Programme
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Recommences Share Buyback Programme
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Limited (Gulf Keystone) is a holding company, which is engaged in the oil and gas exploration and production. The Company operates in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. It operates through segments, including Kurdistan Region of Iraq and United Kingdom. The Kurdistan Region of Iraq segment consists of the Shaikan, Ber Bahr blocks and the Erbil office, which provides support to the operations in Kurdistan. The United Kingdom segment provides geological, geophysical, engineering and corporate services to the Company. It operates in the Shaikan oil field. The Shaikan block is situated over 85 kilometers northwest of Erbil, covering an area of over 280 square kilometers.
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Cumberland House, 1 Victoria Street
Jacobus Gerardus Huijskes
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Head of Finance
Chief Operating Officer
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Iraqi Kurdistan-focused Gulf Keystone Petroleum <GKP.L> on Monday said it appointed Ian Weatherdon as chief financial officer to succeed Sami Zouari, who will step down on Dec. 2.
Iraqi Kurdistan-focused oil producer Gulf Keystone Petroleum on Monday said it appointed Ian Weatherdon as chief financial officer to succeed Sami Zouari, who will step down on Dec. 2.
Brazilian food processor BRF SA <BRFS3.SA> confirmed on Wednesday that its plant in Abu Dhabi was being audited and that Saudi Arabia had restricted buying of some of its products, but it was still supplying Gulf markets.
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd <GKP.L> is resuming spending on the Shaikan oilfield in the Iraqi region of Kurdistan, the British-listed oil producer said on Monday, while reporting record profit for the first half led by higher output and crude prices.
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd is resuming spending on the Shaikan oilfield in Kurdistan, the British-listed oil producer said on Monday, while reporting a stronger profit for the first half of 2018 led by higher output and crude prices.
Oil and gas producer Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd on Monday reported a four-fold increase in first-half profit, led by higher output from the Shaikan oilfield in Kurdistan and an uptick in crude prices.
Activist hedge fund Taconic Capital Advisors said on Wednesday that it would sell a 3.55 percent stake in Iraq-based oil producer Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd <GKP.L>.
Iraq-based oil producer Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd on Tuesday reported a pretax profit, boosted by stable production and cash receipts from the Kurdistan Regional Government.
Iraq-based oil producer Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd <GKP.L> on Tuesday reported a pretax profit of $619 million, boosted by stable production and cash receipts from the Kurdistan Regional Government.
Gulf Keystone Petroleum, an oil producer in Iraq's Kurdistan region, managed to lower its annual losses after cost cuts and a debt-for-equity deal that saved the company but uncertainty remains over raising output from its main oilfield.
* Fy loss after tax of $17.4 million versus $214 million year ago
Gulf Keystone Petroleum, an oil producer in Iraq's Kurdistan region, cut its annual pretax loss to $17 million last year after a debt-for-equity deal saved it from going under.
China's Sinopec Corp <600028.SS> <0386.HK> is weighing a takeover of Gulf Keystone Petroleum <GKP.L>, an oil company operating in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday.
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