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PART I: Corrosion in the Oil and Gas Upstream and Mid-stream: Introduction
1. Cost of corrosion
2. Petroleum fluids properties and production schemes: Effect on Corrosion
3. Corrosion Management
Part II: Corrosion In Oil and Gas Production and Transmission: Current Knowledge and Challenges
4. Downhole Corrosion
5. Onshore Corrosion in Surface Production and Transmission Sectors- Current Knowledge and Challenges
Ali N. Moosavi
Part III: Corrosion Mechanisms: Current Knowledge, Gaps and Future Research
6. Sour Corrosion
Jon Kvarekvål and Jeremy Moloney
7. CO2 Corrosion of mild steel
Aria Kahyarian, Mohsen Achour and Srdjan Nesic
8. Microbiology-Influenced Corrosion (MIC)
Judit Telegdi, Abdul Shaban, and Laszlo Trif
9. Pitting Corrosion
Nihal U. Obeyesekere
10. Corrosion of Weldments
Dimitris I. Pantelis and Theodora E. Tsiourva
11. Sulfide Stress Cracking
Roger A. King
12. Stress Corrosion Cracking
John Beavers and Thomas A. Bubenik
13. Hydrogen Damage
Khlefa A. Esaklul
Sandra Hernandez, Shokrollah Hassani and Anass Salem Nassef
15. Under Deposit Corrosion
Bruce Brown and Jeremy Moloney
16. Top-of-the-Line corrosion
17. Corrosion Under Insulation
18. Corrosion and Scale at High Pressure High Temperature
Paula Guraieb and Qiwei Wang
Part IV: Advancements in Testing and Monitoring Technologies
19. Corrosion Inhibitors – Advancements in Testing
20. Advances in Monitoring Technologies for Corrosion Inhibitor Performance
21. Advances in Testing and Monitoring of Biocides in Oil and Gas
22. Molecular Microbiology Techniques
Xiangyang Zhu and Mohammed Moniee
Part V: Advancements in Corrosion Mitigation
23. Biocides Overview and Applications in Petroleum Microbiology.
Vic Keasler, Renato M. De Paula, Glen Nilsen, Ludger Grunwald and Timothy J. Tidwell
24. Pipeline Coatings
25. Advancements in Cathodic Protection of Offshore Structures
Jim Britton and Matthew L. Taylor
26. New Steels and Corrosion Resistant Alloys
Richard Hill and Aquiles L. Perez
27. Non-metallics applications in oil and gas production (pipes, liners, rehabilitations)
Khlefa A. Esaklul and Jim Mason
Part VI: Advancements in Modeling and Prediction
28. Pitting corrosion
29. Top-of-the-Line corrosion
30. Modeling and Prediction of Stress Corrosion Cracking of Pipeline Steels
31. Mechanistic Modeling of Erosion-Corrosion for Carbon Steel
Faisal Mutahhar, Gusai Aithan, Erin V. Iski, Michael W. Keller, Siamack Shirazi and Kenneth Roberts
32. Residual Life Predictions - Extending Service Life
Richard B. Eckert
33. Non-metallic Materials - Coupling of Multiphysics for Aging Rate Prediction
Sebastien Didierjean and Högni Jónsson
34. Mathematical Modeling of Uniform CO2 Corrosion
Aria Kahyarian, Mohsen Achour and Srdjan Nesic
Part I: Abbreviations
Abdelmounam M. El-Sherik
Trends in Oil and Gas Corrosion Research and Technologies: Production and Transmission delivers the most up-to-date and highly multidisciplinary reference available to identify emerging developments, fundamental mechanisms and the technologies necessary in one unified source.
Starting with a brief explanation on corrosion management that also addresses today’s most challenging issues for oil and gas production and transmission operations, the book dives into the latest advances in microbiology-influenced corrosion and other corrosion threats, such as stress corrosion cracking and hydrogen damage just to name a few. In addition, it covers testing and monitoring techniques, such as molecular microbiology and online monitoring for surface and subsurface facilities, mitigation tools, including coatings, nano-packaged biocides, modeling and prediction, cathodic protection and new steels and non-metallics.
Rounding out with an extensive glossary and list of abbreviations, the book equips upstream and midstream corrosion professionals in the oil and gas industry with the most advanced collection of topics and solutions to responsibly help solve today’s oil and gas corrosion challenges.
- Covers the latest in corrosion mitigation techniques, such as corrosion inhibitors, biocides, non-metallics, coatings, and modeling and prediction
- Solves knowledge gaps with the most current technology and discoveries on specific corrosion mechanisms, highlighting where future research and industry efforts should be concentrated
- Achieves practical and balanced understanding with a full spectrum of subjects presented from multiple academic and world-renowned contributors in the industry
Oil and gas production engineering; Pipeline engineers; Oil and gas operators; Petrochemical engineers; Process engineers in oil and gas; Pipeline coaters; Researchers in corrosion
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- © Woodhead Publishing 2017
- 14th June 2017
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Abdelmounam Sherik is a Corrosion Science Consultant focusing on corrosion management in crude and gas handling and transmission facilities. In his current position with Saudi Aramco, Dr. Sherik established and advanced pipelines corrosion research in areas such as black powder, external corrosion, modeling and prediction of hydrogen induced cracking, and sulfur solubility and deposition in gas lines. He is regularly invited as a keynote speaker on black powder in international conferences and workshops. Prior to joining Saudi Aramco, he was a Senior Metallurgical Engineer with Arcelor Mittal Dofasco in Canada and a Research Scientist with the National Research Council of Canada. Abdelmounam is active in many organizations such as NACE, SPE and ASME and has served on technical committees and chairperson in several international conferences. He also owns seven patents, has authored a chapter on black powder, and has over eighty journal and conference publications. Abdelmounam earned his PhD and MSc in Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, both from Queen's University in Canada.
Corrosion Science Consultant, Saudi Arabia
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