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Organic-rich Mississippian carbonates and oil samples from wells completed in the Mississippian and Woodford zones in northern Oklahoma were sampled and geochemically assessed to evaluate charge history. Rock and oil samples were collected from the Cherokee platform and the Anadarko shelf. Samples were analyzed using gas chromatography and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) techniques for quantitative analysis of diamondoids and saturate and aromatic biomarkers. Results indicate Mississippian hydrocarbon source rocks have generation potential and reached the early oil window thermal maturity. Extracted bitumen from Mississippian rocks and related oils show unique biomarker signatures such as the presence of extended tricyclic...

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