The concentrations and d34S values of thioaromatic compounds of a suite of oils from several major oilfields in Kurdistan and their corresponding regional Type II-S source rocks have been measured to investigate their source relationship. The oils of three fields (Khabbaz, Jambur, Ajeel) and the bitumen extracted from specific rock formations (Alan, Sargelu, Naokelekan, Chia Gara) showed particularly high abundances of thioaromatics consistent with a carbonate source deposited in a restricted sulfate-richmarine platform setting. The d34S [V-CDT] values of the major organosulfur compounds (OSCs) in these petroleum samples were measured with a gas chromatograph coupled to a multi-collector inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometer. d34S values of dibenzothiophenes and methyldibenzothiophenes were consistently in the range 4‰ to 12‰ and 9‰ to 18‰ for the oils and rocks, respectively.Separate groupings of oils and rocks were distinguishable by > 2‰ difference, given an analytical reproducibility of < 0.8‰. OSCs from rocks were consistently 2–4‰ depleted than in oils, reflecting a similar trend to previous bulk d34S studies from which an initial evolution of 34S depleted H2S during diagenesis and thermal maturation had been proposed. Distinctive d34SOSC data of the oils and rocks with particularly high thioaromatic abundances did suggest several oils–source rock relationships: the Ajeel andJambur oils and sediments from the Chia Gara formation yielded relatively enriched d34SOSC values,whereas consistently depleted d34SOSC values were observed for the Khabbaz oil and Naokelekan source rocks. Results suggest that compound-specific S isotope analysis can help establish oil–source rock relationships of S-rich petroleum.