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Biocides are used in oilfields for primarily two reasons to preserve water-based fluids that are used in various oilfield operations, and to control befouling. The fluids that are used in oilfield operations are varied in composition and properties, but require the use of a biocide to prevent the degradation of important components of the fluids.
Biocides (Non Aldehyde Non Amine based)

Biocides are frequently used in the oil and gas sector for a variety of purposes, including the prevention of microbial growth during drilling, production, and transportation. Biocides based on amines have been widely utilised in the past because of their efficacy against numerous types of microbes.

Biocides (Amine based)

Amines are nitrogen-containing organic chemicals. Amines are commonly employed as biocides in the oil and gas sector.

Biocides (Aldehyde based)

Biocide (Aldehyde Based) is an exceedingly viable strong mix of Aldehyde bases which are successful in the on shore/seaward application.

Biocides (Glutaraldehyde Based)

iocides like glutaraldehyde are widely employed in the oil and gas sector to prevent the spread of bacteria and other microorganisms in places like drilling fluids, pipelines, and production systems. Preventing the spread of microorganisms is crucial since their proliferation can lead to corrosion, clogs, and other functional issues.

Biocides (Triazine Based)

The rising need for efficient biocides in the industrial and agricultural sectors has spurred developments in their formulation. In this category, triazine-based biocides stand out for their potent antibacterial effects.

Biocides (THPS Based)

It is usual practice in the oil and gas business to employ a biocide called THPS (tetrakis(hydroxymethyl)phosphonium sulphate) to prevent the proliferation of bacteria and other microorganisms in oil and gas wells, pipelines, and other machinery.

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