NORTHERN MOROCCO HAS INGREDIENTS FOR FRUITFUL EXPLORATION, DESERVES A MODERN LOOK

S. Kumar Bhattacharjee Sita Oil Exploration House Inc. Houston Northern Morocco encompasses three different geological units--Rharb, Rif, and Prerif--and occupies more than 45,000 sq km of sedimentary basinal area. There are two distinct characters of the sediments--allochthonous nappe and autochthonous ante-nappe (Fig. 1). The area is a proven hydrocarbon producer. Early discoveries like Ain Hamra date to the 1930s through 1950s, when Morocco became almost self sufficient in its crude oil

Sep 7th, 1992
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