The well, which was drilled down to 1,896 metres, has encountered some 14.2 metres of net conventional natural gas pay in the Hoot formation.
It is expected that the well will be connected to nearby production infrastructure within the next 30 days.
Additionally, the company added that the previous well, KSR-15, has now been connected to the infrastructure and test production is anticipated early next week.
"We are pleased to have made another discovery during our ongoing nine well drilling campaign, with this well exceeding our pre-drill net pay estimates by more than 50%.
“Our drilling activity in Morocco is off to an excellent start and provides us with renewed confidence in the overall programme.
“The succession of above expectation well results allows us to accelerate our new customer acquisition activities and may result in us bringing forward the start of our forecast increased gas sales.”
Next up on the drill schedule is the ELQ-1 prospect on the recently acquired Gharb Centre licence, it will be the first commitment well for the asset.