TAILIEUCHUNG - Desulfurization of crude oil and oil products by local isolated bacterial strains

The presence of organic sulfur-containing oil in the environment is harmful to animals and human health. The combustion of these compounds in fossil fuels tends to release sulfur dioxide in the atmosphere, which leads to acid rain, corrosion, damage to crops, and an array of other problems. The process of biodesulfurization rationally exploits the ability of certain microorganisms in the removal of sulfur prior to fuel burning, without loss of calorific value. In this sense, we hypothesized that bacterial isolates from crude oil and oil products polluted soils can demonstrate the ability to degrade crude oil and oil products as well as dibenzothiophene (DBT), the major sulfur-containing compound present in fuels. | Desulfurization of crude oil and oil products by local isolated bacterial strains

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