Hanif Khodaverdi
Research Institute of Petroleum Industry
Environmental chemistryChemistryBioremediationAlcanivoraxTotal petroleum hydrocarbonPopulationEnvironmental remediationSoil contaminationBiostimulationMicrocosm
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#1Reza Peighami (RIPI: Research Institute of Petroleum Industry)H-Index: 1
#2Behnam Rasekh (RIPI: Research Institute of Petroleum Industry)H-Index: 14
Last. Hanif Khodaverdi (RIPI: Research Institute of Petroleum Industry)
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Abstract null null Beside numerous chemical methods, biological methods were developed to remove sulfide from streams using Sulfur Oxidizing Bacteria (SOB). Because of the wide variety of such bacteria and deep difference in their capability, the ability of seven well-known SOBs were investigated. According to the results T. versutus and T. aerophilum were selected as capable bacteria for further experiments. The valuable product of sulfide oxidation is elemental sulfur, the production of sulfur...
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#1Hasan Tirandaz (RIPI: Research Institute of Petroleum Industry)
#4Nasim Seyedipour (RIPI: Research Institute of Petroleum Industry)H-Index: 1
Last. Seyed Mohammad Mehdi Dastgheib (RIPI: Research Institute of Petroleum Industry)H-Index: 11
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Drilling operations of petroleum generate oily wastes. The disposal of a significant amount of oil-based drill muds has caused soil contamination and critical environmental impacts in the last decades.The current study aimed to investigate the potential of microbial remediation for an aged oil-based drilling waste and to monitor the fluctuation in microbial population throughout a 60-day microcosm experiment. A representative aged oil-based drilling waste sample was obtained randomly from a cont...
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