BIOCIDE SCREENING TEST TO PRODUCE WATER REINJECTION IN THE X OIL FIELD

Zulkifliani Zulkifliani

Abstract


Oil field produced water with a high fl ow rate usually contains suspended solid, such as corrosion, scale, bacteria, clay, wax, and oil residue. Biocide is used to reduce viability of bacteria cell in produced water reused for produced water reinjection into oil reservoir. The objectives of this study is to examine anti bacteria activity of fi ve active compound biocides i.e. Glutaraldehide (Biocide-1), Aldehyde-Based and Surfactants (Biocide-2), Glutaraldehyde, Quartenary Ammonium Compounds (Biocide-3), Tetrakis Phosphonium Hydroxymethyl Sulfate (Biocide-4), and Amine Aldehide (Biocide-5) for reduced bacteria cell in produced water in this fi eld. Resulted in this study is general aerobic bacteria group is high contamination at the produced water reinjection. Bacteria isolates identifi ed is Bacillus sp (2 types of isolates) and Pseudomonas alcaligenes. The type of Biocides-2 and Biocide-3 reduced the number of bacteria cells maximal at a concentration of 200 ppm.

Oil field produced water with a high fl ow rate usually contains suspended solid, such as corrosion,

scale, bacteria, clay, wax, and oil residue. Biocide is used to reduce viability of bacteria cell in produced

water reused for produced water reinjection into oil reservoir. The objectives of this study is to examine

anti bacteria activity of fi ve active compound biocides i.e. Glutaraldehide (Biocide-1), Aldehyde-Based

and Surfactants (Biocide-2), Glutaraldehyde, Quartenary Ammonium Compounds (Biocide-3), Tetrakis

Phosphonium Hydroxymethyl Sulfate (Biocide-4), and Amine Aldehide (Biocide-5) for reduced bacteria

cell in produced water in this fi eld. Resulted in this study is general aerobic bacteria group is high

contamination at the produced water reinjection. Bacteria isolates identifi ed is Bacillus sp (2 types of

isolates) and Pseudomonas alcaligenes. The type of Biocides-2 and Biocide-3 reduced the number of

bacteria cells maximal at a concentration of 200 ppm.


Keywords


biocide; produced water reinjection; viability

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.29017/SCOG.51.3.54

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