Tests of effectiveness of two types of gypsum scale removers—scale dissolvers & scale converters. Apparatus, reagents, and procedures for conducting these screening tests.
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Evaluation of the performance of offshore atmospheric and splash zone coating systems on platforms. Fixed-leg, semi-submersible, tension-leg, and floating production storage and offloading (FPSOs).
How the selection of testing parameters affects the corrosion fatigue reststance of structural materials typically used in drilling equipment. Results obtained using the developed test methodology are compared with traditional testing such as high-chloride acidified solution
Case study: A Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage facility in northern Alberta, Canada is examined as it experienced two very similar failures in heat exchanger tubes within 2 years of each other due to a boiler feedwater tank without a nitrogen blanket and a low flow condition.
An oil shale field was found to exhibit classic signs of a heavy microbial burden. Data generated by this exhaustive testing and screening were used to influence biocide choice and applications in the field. Impact of biocides on the field microbial characteristics are described and discussed.