Project Aims To Manage Microbial Corrosion In Canada’s Onshore And Offshore Oil Production

Steel corrosion costs the oil and gas sector between $3 billion and $7 billion in annual maintenance, repairs and replacement, with microbiologically-influenced corrosion responsible for at least 20 per cent, making a new collaborative research project aimed at addressing the issue of microbial-caused pipeline corrosion no small matter.

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