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This book addresses the many changes in the practice and use of waters in oilfield applications that have occurred since the publication of Ostroff’s classic, Introduction to Oilfield Water Technology. Replacing the older book, this covers all aspects of water relevant to oilfield activities, including uses, treatment, corrosion and materials, microbiology, and environmental concerns. Sections of the original edition that are still relevant have been retained and updated, while entirely new chapters cover major advances in materials and treatment chemicals. Differences in practice in various parts of the world are featured. Content: Front Matter • List of Figures • List of Tables • Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Types of Waters 3. Oil Production Techniques 4. Analysis of Water 5. Corrosion Mechanisms 6. Corrosion of Metals 7. Nonmetallic Behavior 8. Corrosion in Waters 9. Corrosion Monitoring 10. Corrosion Control 11. Oilfield Water Microbiology 12. Monitoring for MIC 13. Biological Control 14. Scales and Sludges Deposited from Water 15. Scale Control 16. Water Systems 17. Water Treatment Processes and Equipment 18. Waste Disposal, Pollution, and the Environment Appendices Index
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