Mesorif Basin

The Prerif-Mesorif area is a part of the Rif mountains foldbelt which is the product of the collision of the African plate and the Alboran micro plate. The Rif’s chain extends from the Tangier peninsula to Melilia Bay to the east. To the South, this domain is limited by the Gharb, the Saiss, the Guercif and the Beni Znassen-Beni Bou Yahi forelands.
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Prérif Beni Znassen Basin

The Beni Znassen - Beni Bouyahi area, located in northeastern Morocco, is developed within the easternmost portion of the southern Rif mountain chain between the Mediterranean cost to the north, The eastern Prerif to the west and the northern edge of the High Plateaux to the south.
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Gharb Basin

The onshore Gharb basin is located in the external zones of the Rif foldbelt. This basin, covering an approximate area of about 7 394 Km², extends from the city of Sidi Kacem to the South East to Moulay Bousselham village to the North West. To the West, the Atlantic Coastline between Moulay Bousselham and Kenitra cities limits the basin.
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Guercif Basin

Guercif basin is located in northeastern Morocco. It is a Tertiary trough covering about 6 230 km² infilled by Triassic, Jurassic, Neogene and Quaternary deposits. Recent geological, geochemical and geophysical studies conducted in Guercif basin have defined the presence of three petroleum systems and attractive prospects and leads from the Paleozoic to the Tertiary.
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High plateau Basin

The High Plateaux Basin, 20 036 km² is limited by the Mechkakour Lineament to the west and stretches eastward to Morocco-Algeria borders. The SBK-1 gas discovery well in Talsint area has given a real boost to the exploration of the untapped reserves of this vast zone.
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Missour Basinr

Missour Basin, with an area of about 16 840 Km², is a part of the Eastern Meseta. It is surrounded by the Middle and the High Atlas chain, and is separated from the High Plateaux Basin by Mechkakour Mountain.
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Haouz-Tadla Basin

The Tadla-Haouz Basin covers an exploration area of about 22 453 km² in central Morocco between the main cities of Marrakech, Beni Mellal and Khouribga. It is an intracratonic exploration area.
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Doukkala Abda Basin

The Abda-Doukkala basin is located between Oum errabia and Tensift rivers, and covers an exploration area of 11 682 Km². A number of Oil and Gas shows were reported in the Permo-Triassic sands and Devonian carbonates. The Permo-Triassic sandy and conglomeratic objectives were not drilled in structurally favorable positions and Devonian carbonates were only considered in structural trap not as stratigraphic objectives. This may explain the lack of success.
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Essaouira Haha Basin

The Essaouira-Haha (producer basin) is a coastal basin of central west Morocco. The basin covers approximately 11 858 Km² on the eastern Mesozoic passive margin of the central Atlantic Ocean
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Errachidia Basin

The Boudenib basin is located south of eastern High Atlas foldbelt. It is bordered to the east by the Bechar basin, to the south by the Hamada du Guir and on the west by the Anti-Atlas outcrops. Boudenib basin covers an area of around 43 819 km².
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Ouarzazate Basin

The Ouarzazate basin covers an area of 5 407 Km². It is a foreland basin related to the uplift of the High Atlas folded belt.
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Souss Basin

The Souss basin covers an area of 7 500 km². It is limited to the north by the High Atlas Mountains, to the south and east by Paleozoic outcrops of the northern flank of the Anti Atlas Chain and to the west, it extends into the Atlantic offshore area.
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Bas Draa Basin

The Zag - Bas Draa Basin is bordered by the Anti-Atlas to the north, the Ougarta chain to the east, the Reguibat massif to the south and Mauritanides and the onshore segment of the Tarfaya basin to the West.
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Tarfaya Lagwira Basin

The onshore Meso - Cenozoic basin of Tarfaya - Lagwira covers an extensive area of about 124 565 km². It is limited to the north - east by the Anti-Atlas, to the east by the Precambrian outcrops of the Reguibat Ridge, and to the west by the Atlantic Ocean.
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