Chariot Oil & Gas plans to develop Morocco’s Anchois natural gas field, Pipeline Oil and Gas Magazine reported.

The UK-based company revealed that the field can be developed through a single phase or staged multiple phases in order to optimize access to different parts of the gas market.

“The results of these studies demonstrate the technical feasibility and commercial attractiveness of developing the Anchois gas discovery with the potential to offer a strategically important indigenous source of gas into Morocco’s developing energy market,” Larry Bottomley, Chariot CEO said.

Chariot may develop the field through “subsea-to-shore” concept, which includes subsea production wells tied to a subsea manifold, from which a subsea flowline and umbilical connect the field to an onshore Central Processing Facility (CPF), where gas is processed and then delivered into the Maghreb-Europe Gas pipeline (GME) via an onshore gas flowline.

Chariot has exploration licenses covering two blocks in Namibia, three blocks in Morocco, and four blocks in the Barreirinhas Basin offshore Brazil.