Petroleum Microbiology Solutions Innovations for Enhanced Oil Recovery

Solving Bacterial Souring and Corrosion in Reservoirs and Wellbores

Do you have sour gas (H2S) in your reservoir? Do you have issues with wellbore equipment corrosion? Most souring and corrosion problems are caused by sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) and iron-reducing bacteria (IRB) living in oil reservoirs. How do you identify the source of the problem, and what can be done to design an effective, safe, and workover budget-friendly solution?

Pinpoint Lab Analyses for Sour Gas and Corrosion Bacteria – and Solutions for Field Operations

Dycor-Pipe-CorrosionDycor Technologies Ltd. has a water testing lab that is specifically focused on biological testing of water and emulsion samples from oil production operations. We will test your samples to determine whether SRB's and IRB's are present in your reservoir, how they contribute to your corrosion and souring problems, and most importantly, work with you to design solutions that will mitigate the problem. From biocides to nutrient stimulation, our microbial analysis and treatment programs are designed to respond to your specific reservoir conditions.

We can help you mitigate souring and corrosion problems, and ultimately enhance oil recovery. Dycor can also provide advanced analyses of the microbial population in your reservoir, mapping the bacterial population at the DNA level, to develop Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery strategies and procedures.

Identifying and treating the source of souring and corrosion problems just got smarter. Dycor's technical sales staff are available to discuss your requirements, how we apply our water testing lab procedures to find and show how sulfate-reducing bacteria and iron-reducing bacteria are impacting your operations, and how to fix the problem! Turn-around times for test results are quick, and we only require a small oil sample. Give us a call or contact us on-line, to get your wells analyzed and treated today!


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