Thursday, Dec. 1 at 2 p.m. ET
Join LuminUltra experts to understand why microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) is an important threat to manage. Costing industries an estimated US $2.5 trillion annually, MIC can cause serious equipment degradation and failure, process interruptions, safety hazards, and product quality issues.
But quickly and accurately understanding the microbiological activity in your system can be difficult, with many current measurement tools providing unreliable results or lengthy delays between sample and result.
In this webinar you’ll learn:
Tools and strategies to better identify the risk of MIC in your system
The value of establishing a system baseline using microbial monitoring techniques
How to assess your biocide control program
How different technologies can help you identify and quantify the presence of problematic microbes in pipeline systems with same-day results
How to implement or augment a microbial control strategy in applications including injection water, produced water, pipelines, drilling muds and other oilfield fluid samples
Founded in 1995, LuminUltra is a global leader in applied molecular biology diagnostics, with solutions and services that deliver accurate and actionable feedback in bioprocessing, biofouling, and biosecurity applications. With operations in six countries, LuminUltra serves dozens of Fortune 500 customers across more than 100 countries.
Dave Tracey is a licensed professional engineer in the province of New Brunswick, Canada with 20 years of experience dealing in microbiological management in water, wastewater, and industrial applications. He serves as the Director of Global Channel Sales for LuminUltra Technologies Ltd, a Canadian firm focusing on rapid and innovative biological monitoring solutions. In this role, he focuses on partner network expansion and business development initiatives across numerous international growth territories.
Danika Nicoletti is an Applications Scientist at LuminUltra Technologies Ltd, specializing in microbial diagnostics for a variety of industrial applications including upstream oil and gas. In this role, Danika focuses on product development, product applications, and thought leadership related to oilfield microbiology. Danika has a background in petroleum microbiology with research experience in microbiologically influenced corrosion and souring, and is an active member of industry associations AMPP and IATA.