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Methane Digestor from Old Oil Tanks

 
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I am looking to turn two 250 gal old oil tanks into a methane digestor for manure. I was curiuos if the old oil residue in the tanks would deminish the the anerobic process.
 
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The oil will probably get digested as well. Bacteria (and fungi) get very innovative when you give them a carbon food source.
 
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