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51317--9615-MIC Prevention in Oxidizer Treated Water Systems: A Study on Relative Reaction Rates

In this paper, we will present a study that is aimed at understanding the relative rates of reactions between oxidizers and bacteria, iron sulfide, H2S, other oxidizable compounds present in produced waters and the overall impact on metal corrosion.

Product Number: 51317--9615-SG
ISBN: 9615 2017 CP
Author: Ramakrishnan Balasubramanian
Publication Date: 2017
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The use of oxidizers as in the oil and gas industry has been increasing in recent years. Peracetic acid in particular has been gaining acceptance as a very cost effective and superior biocide for water treatment applications. Though primarily used as biocides; oxidizers in general are multi-functional chemistries. Some of the other functionalities include iron sulfide and H2S control as well as water clarification. Although very effective in controlling MIC If not properly dosed the acid and/ or oxygen from oxidizers can cause corrosion. In this paper we will present a study that is aimed at understanding the relative rates of reactions between oxidizers and bacteria iron sulfide H2S other oxidizable compounds present in produced waters and the overall impact on metal corrosion. The results will aide in defining a corrosion control program for water treatment systems where oxidizers are used for preventing microbial influenced corrosion.

Key words: water treatment, MIC, peracetic acid, iron sulfide, H2S, carbon steel, corrosion, multi-functional chemistry

The use of oxidizers as in the oil and gas industry has been increasing in recent years. Peracetic acid in particular has been gaining acceptance as a very cost effective and superior biocide for water treatment applications. Though primarily used as biocides; oxidizers in general are multi-functional chemistries. Some of the other functionalities include iron sulfide and H2S control as well as water clarification. Although very effective in controlling MIC If not properly dosed the acid and/ or oxygen from oxidizers can cause corrosion. In this paper we will present a study that is aimed at understanding the relative rates of reactions between oxidizers and bacteria iron sulfide H2S other oxidizable compounds present in produced waters and the overall impact on metal corrosion. The results will aide in defining a corrosion control program for water treatment systems where oxidizers are used for preventing microbial influenced corrosion.

Key words: water treatment, MIC, peracetic acid, iron sulfide, H2S, carbon steel, corrosion, multi-functional chemistry

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