New methods needed for MIC testing in fracking wells | AMPP

Asset owners continue to demand longer service life of the coatings on their structures. Simply adding dry film thickness does not work since many coatings crack at excessive thickness. Maintenance, as well as today’s advanced coating technologies, however, make 15- and 25-year life achievable.

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Topics: materialsperformance, nace international, microbiologically influenced corrosion, MIC management, microbial action, ampp, sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB), microbes, sulfur cycling, microbial process, abiotic process, shale fracking well corrosion

Controlling microbiologically influenced corrosion in pipelines

Posted by NACE International on Oct 14, 2020 10:38:15 AM

Asset owners continue to demand longer service life of the coatings on their structures. Simply adding dry film thickness does not work since many coatings crack at excessive thickness. Maintenance, as well as today’s advanced coating technologies, however, make 15- and 25-year life achievable.

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Topics: nace media, materials performance, protecting water/wastewater treatment assets, nace international, microbiologically influenced corrosion, corrosion essentials, protecting oil production assets from corrosion, protecting maritime assets from corrosion, biotic corrosion, pigging for biofilm removal, molecular microbiological methods, MIC management, biofilms, biocide treatment, microbial action, corrosion management