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Title: Microbiologically-induced corrosion in the oil industry and the impact of mitigation programmes
Category: Technical papers from the Journal of Pipeline Engineering
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Catalog No.: 2134s
Date of Publication: June, 2008
Price: $25.00 US
Authors: Dr Roger A King
Abstract: THE GROWTH and activity of sulphate-reducing bacteria (SRB) can occur throughout the crude oil production chain, from seawater-injection pipelines and the reservoir, to oil-production facilities and pipelines, and crude oil storage tanks. Corrosion is localized and severe. Procedures for identifying the bacteria presence of the SRB are available and reliable, but the rate of corrosion and its location remain elusive.

This is the third of three papers of this series, the first of which was published in our 4th Quarter 2007 (December), issue on the subject of Trends and developments in microbiologically-induced corrosion in the oil and gas industry. The second paper, published in our 1st Quarter, 2008 (March) issue, looked at microbiologically-induced corrosion and biofilm interactions.

References

1. P.F.Farinha, 1982. Sub-sediment corrosion of sheet steel piling in ports and harbours. PhD thesis, University of Manchester.
2. S.A.Campbell, R.A., Scannell, and F.C.Walsh, 1990. Microbially-assisted pitting corrosion of ship’s hull plate. Industrial Corrosion, 3, 1, 7-13.
3. A.S.Doughty, S.North, R.A.King, G.C.Wood, and J.D.A.Miller, 1978. Microbial corrosion in ports and harbours. BRE.
4. C.H.Oganowski, 1985. MSc studies on the marine corrosion of cathodically protected steel by sulphate-reducing bacteria. University of Manchester.
5. M.Khalili-Araji, 1983. MSc, Effect of semi-continuous cultures of SRB on the performance of various operating sacrificial anodes. University of Manchester.

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