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Bactericide additive chemical eliminates ubiquitous oil field unicellular microscopic organisms which present themselves as aerobes or anaerobes bacteria associated with produced water which can rapidly form colonies and plug production and flow stream delivery equipment such as extraction casings and gathering systems and midstream pipelines, and even downstream refineries. Bactericide additive can also be combined with other appropriate designed chemicals to eliminate bacteria which can promote corrosion, bio-fouling, or generate H2S that can contribute to pitting corrosion.

Bacteria induced corrosion, bio-fouling and pitting can cause the increase of production pressures, plug production and accelerate wear and tear of equipment. Bacteria existence can increase costs and reduce profits.

OilFlux™ “SCF” Bactericide additive chemical gets in front of the rapid formation of bacteria colonies to prevent the corrosion, bio-fouling and pitting.

OilFlux™ “SCF” Bactericide additive chemical increases profits and reduces cost.

OilFlux™ “SH2” sequestering additive chemical successfully decreases the reaction of H2S formation of H2SO4 which may be formed by bacteria accumulation.


When added to crude oil, it gets rid of the bacteria produced by the water. It can also be applied to refineries when necessary.  (Bactericide)


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  2. API RP-38, Recommended Practice for Biological Analysis of Subsurface Injection Waters. 1975. Washington, DC: API.
  3. Hart, P. R. 2003. Removal of Water Soluble Organics from Produced Brine without Formation of Scale. Presented at the Society of Petroleum Engineers International Symposium on Oilfield Chemistry, 5-7 February, Houston, Texas, USA. SPE-80250-MS. http://dx.doi.org/10.2118/80250-MS
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