A peptide (labeled as “Peptide A”) was used to enhance tetrakis hydroxymethyl phosphonium sulfate biocide to treat the corrosive sulfate reducing bacterium Desulfovibrio vulgaris and a tough field biofilm consortium on C1018 carbon steel coupons.
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The 2304 duplex stainless steel is an alternative to 316L SS in marine applications, while its MIC behavior is barely known. Surface analysis and electrochemical techniques were used to study the corrosion behavior of 2304 DSS caused by the marine aerobe Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
The present study aimed to determine the effectiveness of isothiazolinone compared to DBNPA against three representative groups of oilfield bacteria, at a range of concentrations in the presence and absence of an oxygen scavenger.
This paper compares planktonic and sessile counts using a variety of testing methods (including culture media, ATP assay and nucleic acid analysis). Data will be presented from a series of case studies including both lab work and field assessments.
Microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) - 38 articles and papers. MIC management process. Threat assessment. Mitigation. Prevention. Monitoring. Management. Lists of MIC resources, standards, courses & books. 2015 NACE E-Book
MIC is a problem in the oil and gas industry due to seawater injection. Biocides lead to resistance by microbes over time. In this work, D-amino acids were used to enhance the tetrakis (hydroxymethyl) phosphonium sulfate (THPS) biocide against a tough field biofilm consortium.
Microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC). Detection. Environments. Engineering, chemical & biological approaches. Electrochemical techniques. Biofilm formation. Causative organisms. Case histories. 2007 Wiley
Training manual & reference for corrosion problems caused by microorganisms. Sulfate-reducing, slime-forming, iron-oxidizing & acid-producing bacteria. Algae, yeasts, and molds.
The problem of corrosion in wastewater structures. Renewal technologies for rehabilitation, repair, and replacement of existing systems, structures, and components.
Topics: Microorganisms in corrosion reactions, Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion(MIC) in various industries, MIC or not?, MIC treatment & prevention. Numerous charts, graphs, and photographs. Authored by experts in the field of MIC. 2001 NACE
Under deposit corrosion (UDC) and microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) are threats to dead legs and low flow/intermittent flow pipelines. Deposit characterization methods, corrosion mechanisms, mitigation methods and monitoring are addressed.
Field test methods for estimating bacterial populations commonly found in oilfield systems. Historical Document 1994