December 20, 2014 / 8:23 AM / 4 years ago

Circle Oil makes second gas discovery in Morocco's Sebou

An oil rig used in drilling at the Ngamia-1 well on Block 10BB, in the Lokichar basin, which is part of the East African Rift System, is seen in Turkana County, in this undated handout photograph. Kenya announced on March 26, 2012, REUTERS/Tullow Oil plc/Handout

RABAT (Reuters) - Circle Oil drilling in the KSR-12 well in Morocco has found gas on two levels in the Sebou onshore permit, the Office of Hydrocarbons and Mining said in a statement on Friday.

It is the second discovery for Circle Oil in Sebou after it has found gas on three levels while drilling the SAH-W1 well last June.

The statement added that future production from the KSR-12 well will feed industries in the Sebou region. The well is located in the central zone of the permit near the city of Kenitra.

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