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Microbial Problems in the Offshore Oil Industry ((IP) Proceedings of the Institute of Petroleum) download ebook

by E. C. Hill,J. L. Shennan,R. J. Watkinson

Microbial Problems in the Offshore Oil Industry ((IP) Proceedings of the Institute of Petroleum) download ebook
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0471913286
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978-0471913283
Author:
E. C. Hill,J. L. Shennan,R. J. Watkinson
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Wiley; 1 edition (April 28, 1987)
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274 pages
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Are you sure you want to remove Microbial problems in the offshore oil industry from your list? Microbial problems in the offshore oil industry. proceedings of an international conference organised by the Institute of Petroleum Microbiology Committee and held in Aberdeen in April 1986. by E. C. Hill, J. L. Shennan, R. Watkinson. Published 1987 by Published on behalf of the Institute (by) Wiley in Chichester. Petroleum, Microbiology.

Are you sure you want to remove Microbial problems in the offshore oil industry from your list? . proceedings of an international conference organized by the Institute of Petroleum Microbiology Committee and held in Aberdeen in April 1986. Published 1987 by Published on behalf of the Institute of Petroleum, London Wiley in Chichester, New York. Proceedings of an International Conference Organized by the Institute of Petroleum Microbiology Com (Proceedings of the Institute of Petroleum, London). Published February 1987 by John Wiley & Sons Inc.

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This book brings together all the disparate areas of microbiology involved in crude oil exploration, production, and use .

This book brings together all the disparate areas of microbiology involved in crude oil exploration, production, and use, focusing on the the current activity and concerns of UK continental shelf oil production. Covers all aspects of microbes in the industry, but does not require previous microbial knowledge.

The major microbial problem in the petroleum refining industry is. .

The major microbial problem in the petroleum refining industry is contamination of stored products, which can lead to loss of product quality, formation of sludge and deterioration of pipework and storage tanks, both in the refinery and at the end-user. The April 20, 2010, explosion of the Deep water Horizon offshore drilling rig led to the largest oil spill in . Because evaluating the actual fate of the oil may take time and may prove difficult, perceptions of the oil's fate may influence congressional interest and action, with consequences for the affected stakeholders.

In the North Sea is an offshore petroleum reservoir managed by a joint venture of which Shell, one of the world’s largest oil companies, is a partner

In the North Sea is an offshore petroleum reservoir managed by a joint venture of which Shell, one of the world’s largest oil companies, is a partner. Over the past 15 years, 32 oil wells have been drilled, reaching depths over 2 kilometers below the seafloor to extract petroleum from this deep subsurface reservoir. Recovering gas and oil for energy and transportation fuels impacts the previously isolated microbial communities in the deep subsurface.

The carelessness of the oil industry has also precipitated this situation .

The carelessness of the oil industry has also precipitated this situation, which can perhaps be best encapsulated by a 1983 report issued by the NNPC, long before popular unrest surfaced We witnessed the slow poisoning of the waters of this country and the destruction of vegetation and agricultural land by oil spills which occur during petroleum operations. The Department of Petroleum Resources estimated . 9 million barrels of petroleum were spilled into the Niger Delta between 1976 and 1996 out of a total of . million barrels spilled in 4,835 incidents. approximately 220 thousand cubic metres).

This book brings together all the disparate areas of microbiology involved in crude oil exploration, production, and use, focusing on the the current activity and concerns of UK continental shelf oil production. It is the first book to specifically address the problems wrought by microbes in the offshore oil industry. Covers all aspects of microbes in the industry, but does not require previous microbial knowledge. Discusses the major problems caused by microbes, such as corrosion of steel and concrete, biofilm formation and macro-fouling, and reservoir transformation and souring. Also covers the benefits that can be gained from the microbial degradation of platform discharges and their possible use in oil recovery. The specialist will find much of interest here, and most of the information is of equal importance in other industries where microbial fouling, spoilage, and corrosion occur.