Poster Sessions

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MIC, biocorrosion, souring, monitoring & treatment
#001 Control of the Biogenic Sulfate Reduction by Molybdate. E.B. de Jesus.
#006 Development and Application of the Biocompetitive Exclusion Technology in the Control of Biogenic Sulfide in the Oil Industry. A. Carvalho.
#014 Reducing Souring from Oil Wells: an Eco-physiological Study of using Bacterial Isolates with Antagonistic Activity owards Sulphate Reducing Bacteria. R. Magalhães.
#015 Metagenomic Bacterial Population Characterizations of FPSO Slop Tanks Reveal a Dominance of Sulfate Reducers. J. Wrangham.
#016 Sulfidogenic Prokaryotes Diversity and Composition in Production Fluids from High Temperature Corroding Oil Reservoirs. J. Guan.
#022 Assessment of Microbial Diversity and Corrosion Risk in Tanks Storing Heavily Fouled Biodiesel. B. Stamps.
#037 Biofilm Activity Monitoring In Flow System: Carbon Steel Application. L. Esnault.
#074 Electronic Equipment Failure due to Corrosion. Y. Tariq
#084 Influence of Presence of Waste at Crude Glycerol from Biodiesel in Sulphide Production. S. Cerqueira Dos Santos.
#087 Development of a Novel Biocide for Enhanced Biofilm Control. C. Keller.
#088 Multi-technique Approach to Assess Oilfield Microbial Populations’ Response to Biocide Treatments. R. De Paula.
#090 Use of Molecular Microbiological Methods to Develop Effective Microbial Control Strategies for Hydraulic Fracturing. B. Yin.
#104 CIM Monitoring using 96-Well Microplates in Production Systems for Oil and Gas. B. Neumann.
#107 Diagnostic, Predication and Control of Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion in the Oil & Gas Industry. T.L. Skovhus
#113 Search for Chemical signatures for Microbially-Induced Corrosion in Laboratory and Field Samples Vincent Bonifay.
#127 Factors Associated With Microbial Contamination in Diesel Fuel. A. Ramos

MMM
#004 Metagenomics Analysis of Production Water from a Deep and Hot North Sea Oil Reservoir. N-K. Birkeland.
#027 The Influence on the Indigenous Microorganism after Injecting Sewage Treatment Additive into the Oil Reservoirs. Y. She.
#033 Diversity of Genetic Markers from Sulfate Reducing Prokaryotes to Monitor and Manage Oil Reservoir Souring. R. Stedtfeld.
#034 Euryarchaeota Dominate the Brazilian Petroleum on Campos Basin. E. Korenblum.
#040 The Role of a rhlA Gene Homologue on the Population Profile and Surfactant Properties of Rhamnolipids Produced by Burkholderia kururiensis. L. Fernando Dias Tavares.
#043 Diversity and Distribution of Bacteria Community in Different Type Oil Reservoirs in China. T. Ma.
#047 Assessment of New Detection Method of Potential Biocorrosion (MIC) in Oil and Gas Pipelines and Tanks. S. Tulio Cassini.
#048 Characterization of Microbial Community of an Onshore Oil Reservoir Candidate for CO2 Injection. N. Bossolan.
#050 Metagenomic Analysis and Biodegradative Potential of Microbial Communities in Deep Oil Sands. C. Ridley.
#057 Effect of Film-Forming Corrosion Inhibitors on Biofilm Microbes and Pitting Corrosion in a Model Flow Cell System. K. Duncan.
#061 Process Issues Caused by ‘Slime’: The Use of Analytical Chemical and Molecular Microbial Methods (MMM) to Identify and Treat Flow Issues, a Case Study. R. Johnson
#066 Application of Molecular Biology Methods in Identifying Biosurfactant Spore Forming Producers for Oil Recovery Enhancement. S. Al-Bahry
#092 Improving of Indigenous Nutrients System and Its Effect to Enhanced Oil Recovery. T. Ma.
#095 Quantitative PCR Assays For Monitoring Oil Facility Microorganisms. A. Oldham.
#100 Evaluation of PCR Primer Specificity for Anammox Bacteria and Their Diversity in Different Environmental Samples. J-D. Gu.
#114 Isolation and in situ Detection of Thermophilic Microorganisms from Brazilian Oil Reservoirs. Isabel Natalia.
#115 Characterization of cultivated bacterial diversity in sludge of a bioreactor under high salinity conditions from a Brazilian oil terminal. Elmer E. Gonzales.
#118 Sulfate reducing prokaryotes pcr-dgge bio-prospecting in sensitive environments in potiguar oil basin. C. Carvalho.
#120 Metagenomic monitoring and evaluation of mangrove microbiome response to contamination by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. B. Gomes de Sousa.
#122 Whole Genome Analysis of the Hydrocarbon-Degrading Bacterium, Brevibacillus agri Strain 5-2, Isolated from Deep Oil Reservoir. Y. She.
#124 Tropical Soil Multi-Contamination: a Metagenomics Approach to Evaluate Nickel Influence in Petroleum Biodegradation. N. Taketani.

Hydrocarbon biodegradation
#008 Methanogenesis from Heavy Oil in Long-Term Microcosms from a Canadian Oil Sands Reservoir. C.R.J. Hubert.
#013 Selection Of Filamentous Fungi For Bioremediation Of Diesel Oil Contaminated Soils. M. Rodrigues Sandri.
#017 Metagenomics of Microbial Communities from a Transect of Non-contaminated to Highly Hydrocarbon-contaminated Soils in King George Island, Maritime Antarctica. D. Jurelevicius.
#021 Diesel Oil Degradation Triggered By Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria Isolated From Poplar Trees Growing On A Diesel Contaminated Plume. P. Gkorezis.
#025 Analysis on Alkane-oxidizing Methanogenic Community from a Production Water of an Oil Indication in Japan. K. Nakamura.
#026 Dynamic Analysis of Methanogenic Communities from Oil Reservoir Production Water After Nutrient Substance and Exogenous Microorganisms Addition by using Functional Genes and Quantitative Real-Time PCR. G-c. Yang,
#028 Characterization of Stimulated Microbial Communities and Changes on Heteroatoms of Crude Oil in an Indigenous Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery Culture. Y. She.
#035 Ecophysiology of Anaerobic Syntrophic Hydrocarbon-Degrading Microorganisms. A. Galushko.
#036 Toward the Design of Future Fuel Formulations: Relative Biodegradability of n- and iso-alkanes. T. Lenhart.
#039 Ozone Pre-treatment of Synthesized Naphthenic Acid Compounds Improves Biodegradation. L. Brown.
#041 Phylogenetic Diversity of Bacterial Communities Associated with Bioremediation of Crude Oil in Microcosms. X. Hu.
#058 Effect of Oil Sand Naphthenic Acids on Emiliania Huxleyi. J. Beddow.
#064 Microbial Conversion of Crude Oil to Methane in Column Systems Simulating Marginal Oil Fields. C. Berdugo-Clavijo.
#073 BIOSURFACTANTS FROM YEAST: Production, Characteristics and Application. V. Kalekar.
#075 A Comparative Study On Biodegradation Of Diesel By Single Bacterial Isolates And Consortia In Liquid media (Flask Studies). O. Edeki.
#106 Study of the Biosurfactants Production by Degrading Hydrocarbons Marine Bacteria. Y. Barrios
#111 Study of the Biosurfactants Production by Degrading Hydrocarbons Marine Bacteria Yaima Barrios.
#116 Respiratory activity of microorganisms decomposing petroleum. D. Martins.
#119 Entrapment of a metagenomic clone originated from oil reservoir in chitosan beads for application in bioremediation. B. M. Dellagnezze.
#123 Microbial community composition by illumina hiseq sequencing during storage of blend (b10) contaminated with an uncharacterized inoculum, with and without mbo (50%). F. Bücker.
#126 Degradation of phenol by hydrocarbon assimilating Candida isolates. S. Mahgoub.
#130 Phytoremediation of petroleum hydrocarbons and bacterial structure from the rhizosphere. V. Liduino.
#132 Diesel Bioremediation on soils subjected to drought. Manzanera M

Prospects for MEOR/ Biodesulfurization/biofuels
#005 Effect of the Addition of Tween 80 in the Production of Xanthan Gum by Xanthomonas campestris Growing on Oil Industry Residues. B.F. Ramos.
#020 Exopolysaccharide Yields obtained from Growing Enterobacter sp on Glycerine Resultant from the Biodiesel Transesterification. S. C. Santos.
#023 The Effect of Detergent Amendments upon Biopolymer Producing Bacteria: Product Yields and the use of Industrial Glycerine as a Carbon Source. L. Souza.
#038 Possible Impact of Carbon Capture and Storage on the Methanogenic Activity and Pathway in a High-Temperature Petroleum Reservoir. D. Mayumi.
#042 Laboratory Study and Field Trial of Enhanced Oil Recovery By Selectively Stimulating Indigenous Microbial Community In A Low Temperature Oil Reservoir, China. T. Ma.
#049 Investigating Microbial Enhanced oil Recovery on Unconventional Resources in Replicated Model Systems using Molecular Techniques. A. Millar.
#051 Enabling MEOR: Microbial Community Analysis of a Carbonate Petroleum Reservoir. B. Clement.
#052 CaCO3 Biomineralization During Reactive Transport and Implications for Pore Space Occlusion. C. Werth.
#055 Effect of the Addition of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Lineage on the Production of Xanthan Gum Grown in Oil Industry Residues. B. F. Ramos.
#056 Optimization of Surfactant Biomolecule Production with Potential Applications in the Oil Industry. T. Roldán-Carrillo.
#062 Biosurfactant-Producing Bacteria in Hydrocarbon-Enriched Waters From Brazilian Coastal Aquatic Environments. V. Alvarez
#063 The use of Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery Techniques to Reduce Residual Oil Saturations in Carbonate Reservoirs. Y. Al-Wahaibi
#068 Roles and Contribution of Chromatographic Data Interpretation while Drilling to Evaluate Low Thickness Hydrocarbon Bearing Sand to Detect Low Thickness Pay Zones and Maximized the Productivity. Ras Fanar Field. Gulf of Suez, Egypt (case study). N. El-Sayed.
#069 Sophorolipids Production by Candida bombicola ATCC 22214 and its Possible Application in Enhancing Oil Recovery. A. Elshafie.
#070 Indigenous Microbes in Oil Formation and Their Potential for MEOR. L. Huang.
#071 Field Tests of Active Endogenous Microbial Flooding in the Reservoir after Polymer Flooding. X-L. WU
#076 Identifying Microbes For a MEOR Application: Comparing a Surface And Subsurface Sampling Strategy. E. Biegel.
#080 Microbial Lipopeptides: Structural Characterization and Their Potential Application in Enhanced Oil Recovery. B. Mu.
#086 Characterization of Stimulated Microbial Communities and Changes on Heteroatoms of Crude Oil in an Indigenous Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery Culture. Y. She.
#093 MEOR Methods in Oil Production for Conditions of Kazakhstan. B. Anapiyayev
#096 Progress on Pilot Tests of Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery in Daqing Oilfield. J-J. Le.
#097 Ex Situ Evaluation of the Effects on Crude Oil Recovery by Bacterial Consortia Isolated from a Mexican Oilfield. A. Muñoz-Colunga.
#098 Evaluation and Characterization of Biosurfactants Produced by Microorganisms Isolated from Brazilian Oils. J. F. B. Pereira,
#099 A Biosurfactant-producing and Oil-degrading Bacilus Subtilis Strain Enhances Oil Recovery under Simulated Reservoir Conditions. E. J. Gudiña.
#105 Bioconversion of Extraheavy Oil from the Orinoco Oil Belt, Venezuela. E. Castillo.
#121 Anaerobic microbial communities potential to enhance oil recovery in a low-temperature heavy oil reservoir. L. Chai.
#125 Molasses injection as a MEOR strategy: Enrichment incubations of brine/oil from Maersk Field. A. Halim.
#128 Self-Cycling Fermentation of Rhamnolipid Production For Enhancing Oil Recovery. C. Zheng,
#129 Production of biosurfctant utilizing raw glycerin, a sustainable biotechnological alternative. A. Damião.

Microbes in Extreme Operating Conditions
#003 Novel Thermoanaerobacter spp. from Hot Water Produced from the Thar Jaht Oil-Field in South Sudan. N-K. Birkeland.
#083 Response of Archaeal Community to Simulated Petroleum Derived-hydrocarbon contamination in Marine and Hypersaline Ecosystems. C. Couto.
#117 Impact of heavy metals and NaCl on the growth and ability to volatilize methylmercury by Pseudomonas putida V1 isolated from petrochemical sludges. L. Cabral.
#131 Response of archaeal community to simulated petroleum derived-hydrocarbon contamination in marine and hypersaline ecosystems. Camila Rattes.