Gulf Keystone Petroleum (GKP) has confirmed that a gross payment of $15.0 million ($12.0 million net to GKP) has been received from the Kurdistan Regional Government(KRG) for Shaikan crude oil export sales for April 2017. Company’s current cash position is $140.3 million.
On August 8th, cumulative production from the Shaikan field reached 40 million barrels; another important milestone for the Company.
The Shaikan Field continues to perform in line with expectations with an average daily production of 36,671 barrels of oil per day during the first half of 2017. Gulf Keystone remains on course to achieve its previous gross production guidance of between 32,000 – 38,000 bopd for the full year.
Commenting on today’s announcement, CEO, Jón Ferrier (pictured), said:
“Safe and reliable operations remains a strategic priority and we continue to be strongly encouraged by the stable performance of the Shaikan Field during 2017. I am also pleased to report that GKP recently achieved two years with no Lost-time-incidents (“LTI”), a testament to the quality of our field operations.” Source: Gulf Keystone Petroleum