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Succession in The Petroleum Reservoir Microbiome Through An Oil Field Production Lifecycle

 Adrien Vigneron, Eric B Alsop, Bartholomeus P Lomans, Nikos C Kyrpides, Ian M. Head, Nicolar Tsesmet
  8th-Dec-2017
Description: Subsurface petroleum reservoirs are an important component of the deep biosphere where indigenous microorganisms live under extreme conditions and in isolation from the Earth’s surface for millions of years.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Fossil Fuel/Nuclear
Contributing Organization: Semantic Scholar
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The ISME Journal (2017), 1–14
www.nature.com/ismej

ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Succession in the petroleum reservoir microbiome
through an oil field production lifecycle
Adrien Vigneron1,2, Eric B Alsop2,3, Bartholomeus P Lomans4, Nikos C Kyrpides3,
Ian M Head1 and Nicolas Tsesmetzis2
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School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK;
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