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AMPP Annual Conference + Expo

MP Innovation of the Year Award

Introducing the GeneCount® Corrosion Collection

We’re thrilled to announce the GeneCount® Corrosion Collection has been awarded a Materials Performance (MP) 2023 Corrosion Innovation of the Year Award.

The GeneCount Corrosion Collection targets microorganisms associated with microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC), including sulfate-reducing prokaryotes (SRP) and corrosive methanogens (micH). Our GeneCount® Voyager, qKits Preserve, qKit Purify (Standard or Auto), and qKit Assays work together to create an end-to-end solution that gives you the tools to easily collect, prepare, and test samples for a range of MIC targets, yielding quantifiable and actionable results.

This innovative approach provides a complete and seamless methodology yielding results in as little as 2 hours, compared to the weeks required by traditional testing methods.

Our qPCR technology can be used in a variety of oil and gas applications and can overcome sample inhibitors. Test a variety of sample types, including injection water, pigging sludge, brine, produced water, metalworking and drilling fluids, and biofilm.

GeneCount Voyager
Presenting author: Danika Nicoletti

Join us at the Research in Progress Symposium

Presentation Title: Use of Molecular Microbiological Methods (MMM) to assess biocide efficacy and MIC risk in a conventional oil well

Date: March 22
Time: 9 a.m.

This presentation will explore the use of molecular microbiological methods (qPCR & NGS) for microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) risk assessment of a conventional oil well. These molecular microbiology methods can help to gain understanding of the microbial changes that occur before and after mitigation strategies like biocide application.

Learn more about microbiologically influenced corrosion

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