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Examines the composition of crude oil and the effects of microbial activity onpetroleum production, as well as the bacterial mechanisms involved in the biodegradation of hydrocarbons. Yeast presents a chapter on iron-lowering and nitrate-lowering microorganisms. Biodegradation of Petroleum in Underground Geological Reserves Microbial Increase in Oil Recovery Microbiology of Petroleum Upgradation and Marine Oil Spreading Biomedium through the Use of Biotechnology.
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|Book Name||Petroleum Microbiology 1st Edition pdf|
|Author of Book||Bernard Ollivier (Editor), Michel Magot (Editor)|
In 1926, Edson S. Bastin and coworkers reported on original observations, which can be considered the first study of the microbial ecology of oil field production waters (Bastin et al., 1926). A microbiological investigation of 67 wellhead samples from oil fields located in California and Illinois was undertaken, and sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) were shown to be common inhabitants of these ecosystems. In their conclusions, they questioned the origin of these bacteria in production water, finally hypothesizing that such bacteria could originate from the connate brines (Bastin, 1926; Bastin et al., 1926). In this respect, the possibility that bacteria can thrive in deep subsurface oil reservoirs was thus first mentioned. Since the work of Bastin and colleagues, abundant literature has referred to active bacterial communities which can inhabit the subsurface environments up to several kilometres below the earth’s surface (Fredrickson et al., 1995; Head et al., 2003; Parkes et al., 1994; Pedersen, 2000).
Consequently, the concept of a deep biosphere constituting adapted indigenous bacterial communities was recently developed and has now been widely accepted by the scientific community.
Oil reservoirs constitute deep geological environments with diverse physicochemical in situ conditions where indigenous microbial communities are supposed to grow or survive if these conditions are not too drastic for life (e.g., extreme temperatures or salinity). Nevertheless, although the existence of indigenous populations in oil fields has been widely admitted (Head et al., 2003; Larter et d., 2003; Magot et al., 2000), direct proofs of their existence are scarce in the literature. In this chapter, the main reasons of this lack of information will be discussed, together with the data in favour of the existence of indigenous bacterial communities in oil fields. The term indigenous will be used herein its narrowest sense, i.e., to designate those bacteria that are not supposed to have been introduced into the environment during reservoir development.
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Petroleum Microbiology 1st Edition pdf free contains the following topics in this Edition
I. MICROBIOLOGY OF OIL FIELDS / 1
Oil Reservoirs and Oil Production / 3
Indigenous Microbial Communities in Oil Fields / 21
Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria and Archaea / 35
Hyperthermophilic and Methanogenic Archaea in Oil Fields / 55
Nitrate-Reducing Microorganisms / 71
II. ERNICIOUS EFFECTS OF BACTERIALACTIVITY / 89
Biodegradation of Petroleum in Subsurface Geological Reservoirs / 91
Reservoir Souring: Mechanisms and Prevention / 123
Microbial Corrosion in the Oil Industry: a Corrosionist’s View / 143
Biofouling in the Oil Industry / 171
III. BIOTECHNOLOGY AND OIL PRODUCTION / 199
Microbial Control of Hydrogen Sulfide Production in Oil Reservoirs / 201
Microbially Enhanced Oil Recovery: Past, Present, andFuture / 215
Biotechnological Upgrading of Petroleum / 239
IV. BIOREMEDIATION OF HYDROCARBONCONTAMINATED ENVIRONMENTS / 257
Diversity, Function, and Biocatalytic Applications of Alkane Oxygenases / 259
AnoxicConditions / 277
Biodegradation in Petroleum-Laden Environments / 337
Biodegradation of Fuel Ethers / 301
The Microbiology of Marine Oil Spill Bioremediation / 317
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