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Digging into Mic

Corrosion-causing bacteria account for approximately 20 percent of corrosion failures in oil and gas pipelines, and billions of dollars of damage each year. Yet, relatively little is known about how this phenomenon, known as Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC), occurs.

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Microbiologically-influenced corrosion (MIC) accounts for 20% of corrosion failures in oil and gas pipelines. Dr. Lisa Gieg is determined to find out more about this damaging phenomenon. Gieg co-leads a $7.8 million collaborative research project which, three years in, is providing some much-needed answers.
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