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A commercial cellulose-based polymer (carboxymethyl cellulose sodium) was tested to see whether it could be utilized by an oilfield biofilm consortium including sulfate reducing bacteria.
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Case histories of gas and oil well systems. Carbon steel and chromium steels in CO2 environments. Pitting corrosion resistance of high-alloy OCTG in CO2 environments as affected by chlorides and sulfides.
Selecting corrosion resistant metallic materials for supply, storage, pumping and injection of water encountered in oil field operations. Historical Document 1975