Chariot Oil & Gas has opened data rooms for acreage across its portfolio to attract farm-in partners for future drilling work on a range of exploration prospects.

The London-listed independent, which holds assets in Morocco, Brazil and Namibia, said it has a “refined giant prospect portfolio” as a result of an integrated analysis of drilling operations from last year.

Chief executive Larry Bottomley said the company has already received “significant interest” from prospective farminees in its data rooms and is confident about delivering on its near-term goals in Morocco, having recently gained a resource boost on the Lixus offshore licence where it aims to develop the Anchois gas discovery and satellite prospects.