Gulf Keystone said its non-executive director Jeremy Asher bought £187,000 worth of shares in the oil exploration firm.
Asher purchased 245,282 common shares in the company at an average price of 6.4p per share, through Agile Energy Limited. Agile Energy is a Channel Islands company owned by the Asher Family Trust.
Agile Energy mow holds 12m shares in Gulf Keystone, which is approximately 3.3% of the company's issued share capital.
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