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Abstract

The application of biological markers (biomarkers) as geochemical fossils for exploration, development, and production purposes is growing rapidly. Their ability to retain the chemical structures during geological processes has been utilized to differentiate among three main source-rock intervals from Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous. Two source-rock intervals, the Oxfordian Najmah and Berriasian Makhul formations, have been recognized as two giant oil machines. The presence of a fine-grained interval in the Hith Formation opens a new target for exploration.

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2012-12-09
2021-10-17
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