136 Composition and Distribution of Organic Compounds in Oil-Contaminated Peat Soils of the Mamontovskoye Field (KhMAO–Yugra)

Fedorov D.V., Serebrennikova O.V., Elchaninova E.A., Kadychagov P.B. (2024) Solid Fuel Chemistry, 58 (2), pp. 129 – 139,  DOI: 10.3103/S0361521924020022

ABSTRACT: Abstract: Changes in the composition of oil compounds in a vertical section of peat soil on the territory of the Mamontovskoye oilfield (KhMAO, Western Siberia) 6, 12, and 18 years after oil pollution were studied using gas chromatography–mass spectrometry (GC–MS). The distribution of individual compounds in the surface soil layer after an oil spill was largely determined by biodegradation reactions progressing with time. In the underlying layers at a depth of 10–50 cm, the composition and concentration of oil components indicated the influence of migration processes on their differentiation.

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