December 2012, Vol. 239 No. 12

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GTI, Spyglass Plan Platform To Manage Microorganisms In Oil And Gas

Gas Technology Institute and Spyglass Biosecurity, Inc. plan to jointly develop a new portable, automated water laboratory platform for monitoring bio-corrosion and gas souring. The system will provide rapid data about the presence of potentially harmful microorganisms in water used for petroleum resource production. It will also offer other onboard sensing functions to measure the chemical and biological composition of water samples. With increased unconventional gas production, this will provide valuable information about the quality of water used in upstream processes. “It is important to know whether there are corrosion-causing microorganisms present that can contamina

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