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The Assam-Arakan Basin is situated in the northeastern part of India categorized as category-I basin. The basin covers an area of 116000 Sq. Km. Major tectonic elements of the basin are: Assam Shelf Naga Schuppen belt Assam-Arakan Fold belt.
The two Manipur Blocks, AA-ONN-2009/1 & 2 are located in the eastern extension of the Burma-Assam-Arakan fold thrust belt, which covers almost 4,000 sq kms. The Banskandi gas field and the Badarpur oil field lie approximately 45 km and 70 km, respectively, west of the Manipur Blocks. The petroleum system in Manipur is an extension of the proven petroleum systems of Bangladesh and Tripura-Cachar areas.