23rd Reservoir Microbiology Forum (RMF2017)
15 – 16 November 2017
Energy Institute, 61 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 7AR
This respected forum provides a highly technical programme featuring the latest research and guidance on reservoir microbiology in oil fields, including biodegradation, bioremediation, and applications for oil recovery and enhancement.
The RMF is an excellent multi-disciplinary platform which brings together oil producers, scientists, technologists, engineers, academics and researchers from around the world to present, share and discuss the widespread and versatile effects of microbes in oil reservoirs.
Comparative transcriptomic analysis of Epsilonproteobacteria during nitrate-mediated sulfide oxidation and iron corrosion
Sven Lahme, Newcastle University
Microbiological investigation of an oil export pipeline
Ketil Sørensen, Ramboll
Higher corrosion rates associated with nitrate addition to seawater microcosms
Julia R. de Rezende, Lyell Research Fellow, Heriot-Watt University
MIC risk assessment model: new approach to prevent microbial corrosion
Rik Winters, Bioclear earth
Volatile hydrocarbons inhibit crude oil biodegradation under sulphate-reducing conditions
Luiza Andrade, Newcastle University
Laboratory study and field trial validation of a glutaraldehyde/thnm blend for injection water at petrobras onshore field
Matheus Paschoalino, Dow Microbial Control
Microbial induced carbonate precipitation as a sand control measure for oil wells
Bart Lomans, Shell Global Solutions International BV
Novel sulphidogenesis inhibitory chemistry development part 3: field trials
Brett Geisler, Nalco Champion, an Ecolab Company
Mitigation and remediation strategies and case studies
Andrew Osnowski, LUX Assure
Microbial exploration techniques: an off-shore case of study
Juan de Dios Miranda, Repsol Technology Center
Using DNA based method for biocide evaluation studies – how can we utilise these techniques?
Heike Hoffmann, Intertek
Microbiological approaches for de-risking offshore deep water oil and gas exploration
Casey Hubert, University of Calgary
If you are interested in presenting at RMF please contact Vickie Naidu:
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Past RMF programmes
More about RMF
The event is run by the Energy Institute (EI) with the support of a small working group within the EI’s Microbiology Committee. The current RMF working group members are:
- Dr Carol Devine MEI, North East Corrosion Engineers
- Dr Lisa Gieg, University of Calgary
- Dr Ian M. Head, Newcastle University
- Dr Richard Johnson, Oil Plus
- Dr Bart Lomans, Shell Global Solutions International
- Dr Anthony Mitchell, Statoil
- Dr Geert van der Kraan, Dow Microbial Control
Find out more about the committee here.
Who attends this event?
As the effects of microbes in the oil recovery are very widespread and versatile, this event will be of interest to all professionals and students working on issues resulting from the detrimental or beneficial impacts of microbes in oil recovery.
Areas of work or research will include:
- Microbiology and molecular biology
- Production chemistry and engineering
- Geochemistry and geophysics
- Reservoir engineering
- Material sciences
- Computer modelling
The informal nature of this event makes it an excellent networking opportunity with delegates from all over the world representing companies, chemical suppliers, research institutes, universities, consultancies and service companies. Students are also encouraged to participate.
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t: +44 (0)20 7467 7192
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Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
This event can count towards your professional development – for further information go to: https://www.energyinst.org/education/CPD.
Chartered Scientist registration (CSci)
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