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WCP 2010 emphasizes on influencing basic research, new microbial pathway finding, the practical process development, breaking results of R & D for accelerating translation of Petroleum Microbiology into applications on oil fields or beyond. Plenary, concurrent, poster sessions and exhibition focusing on the full spectrum of latest research will be helpful for all delegates from academia and industry to deeply understand the market and current situation to get what you need, such as the strategies of major players for oil field E & P in integrating scientific, technological, talent and business resources in a flat world to increase business competitive capacities. As a new international "Olympian" event in petroleum microbiology, it will pinpoint and identify opportunities and market needs, explore Asian demand and get updated on latest breakthroughs in Microbial Based Product R&D for the petroleum industry. Therefore,if you are following professionals, you can' t miss this must-attend event:

Petroleum, Environment and Geo- Microbiologists
Petroleum Engineers, Chemists
Scientific and Managerial Disciplines
Project and Petroleum Engineers
Technical and Commercial Managers, Those Responsible For Product Development or Evaluation And Field Operating Personnel Using Microbials
Employees Responsible for Environmental Issues or Marketing Of Microbial Based Products
Technical Professionals and Managers Responsible For Late Life Oil and Gas Production in Mature Fields Using Microbes
Members of Oil and Gas Service Companies Aiming To Reduce Souring and Corrosion Using Biotechnologies
Members Looking For Novel Technologies To Extend The Economic Life Of Ageing Assets and/or Develop Heavy Oil And Oil Sand Resources in the Long Term.
Oilfield Biotechnologists
Exploration Team Members Using Microbiology
Health, Safety, and Environment Team Members Involved in Bioremediations
Oil Field R&D Team Leaders Engaged in Petroleum Biotechnology
Project Managers & Engineers for Tertiary Oil Recovery Using Biomaterials
Specialist Functions in the Oil Industry Including Inspection, Material Selection, and Corrosion Control by Microorganisms
Those Staff of Service Companies Providing Corrosion Bio-Inhibitors and Overall Corrosion Services Using Biocides
Executives from Companies or Manufacturers Marketing Materials, Coatings With Biofilms and Equipment for Cathodic Protection, Inspection (NDT) and Corrosion Monitoring
Regulators, Government Agencies and Process Plant Contractors Involved with Oil and Gas Production
Senior Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Post-Doc Working on Geomicrobiology or Petroleum Microbiology
Professionals Working On Extremophilic Microbes from Oil & Gas Reservoirs

For those whose research interests in the following areas:

Petroleum Microbial Ecology and Evolution;
Functional Metagenomics to Capture The Soil Resistome;
Microbial Population and Environmental Genomics
Strain Genome, Pangenome and Metagenome
Petroleum Microbial Genomic and Metagenomic Metadata
Microbial Ocean Metagenomics
Systems Ecology of Petroleum Microorganisms
Petroleum Metagenomes and Metaspecies
Petroleum Microbial Diversity-Novel Techniques;
Genome Analyses of Uncultivated Microorganisms of Oil & Gas Reservoirs;
Novel Metabolic Traits and Pathways or Geomicrobials;
Comparative and Functional Genomics of Oil Field Microbes;
Enzymes and Compounds from The Petroleum Microbes to Biotechnological Applications
Constraints and Conceptual Needs of Environmental Microbiology.
Microbial Population and Environmental Genomics;
Bioinformatics and Computational Biology for Petroleum Microbiology
Multiple Organisms Interacting with Each Other and Their Environment;
Ecological Microbiology,
Population/ Community and Environmental Microbiology
Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery
R & D on Industrial Microbial Based Products for Oil Fields
Ontologies and the Description Of Habitat and Geolocation
In Situ to In Silico; Microbial Community and Interactions within Reservoir or in Surface Soils
Implications of Important Microbiota from Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soil Options
Deep-Ocean Reservoir Microbiology
Gene Identification from Short Gene Fragments in Metagenome and Their Use in Biogeochemical Studies
Metabolic Characterization of Reservoir Microbials
Host-Associated Petroleum Microbes;
Genomic and Genetic Insight into the Reservoirs
Oil Field Surface Microbiota Function and Manipulation
Applications of Biofule Technologies for Solving Petroleum Engineering Problems
Discovery of Novel Enzymes Efficient for Hydrocarbon Degradations
Single Molecule Analyses of DNA in Environmental Microbes
New Sequencing Technologies in Petroleum Microbes
International Petroleum Metagenome Sequencing Project
Metabolic Products from Petroleum Microbes to Their Implications of Human Health
Molecular and Bacterial Community Function
Enzyme and Protein Engineering for Novel Catalysts Using on Oil Fields
Biopolymer Development for Petroleum Industries
Biosurfactant Development for Petroleum Industries
Other Biological Agents replacing Oil Field Chemicals
Process Development of Biomaterials For Oil Recovery, Production and Bio-refinery
Petroleum Microbial Monitoring and QC/QA
Oil Field Sour Control Using Biotechnology
Petroleum Microbial Enhanced Recovery Data Analysis
Petroleum Wasting Control
Bioremediation for Environment Protection and Troubleshooting Process
Related Systems/Solutions
Standardization Of Petroleum Microbial Based Products
Regulations On Using Petroleum Microbes

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