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The Electric Submersible Pump System (ESP) is considered an effective and economical means of lifting large volume of fluids from great depths under a variety of well conditions. Over the years, the ESP companies, in conjunction with the major oil companies, have gained considerable experience in producing high viscosity fluids, gassy wells, high temperature wells,etc. With this experience and improved technology, wells that were once considered non-feasible for submersibles are now being pumped economically.
This course is designed to provide recommendations for designing ESP systems for special applications including gassy wells, production of fluids with solids, viscous oil, dual completions, Ytool applications, shrouded motors, production through the annular, high temperature and recirculation. Pump curves (Head vs. Flowrate) for several pump speeds are generated in class as an exercise.
Course Objectives: Provide in depth knowledge of the advantages and limitations of the Electric Submersible Pumps used in aggressive environment applications. Participants will learn well optimization and troubleshooting.
-Review of Reservoir Performance
-Productivity Index – Darcy Exercise
-Centrifugal Pump Explanation
-Applications: Standard and Non-Standard
-Equipment Selection - Exercise
-Affinity Laws & Nodal Analysis 4.1. Exercise
-Design of High Gas Application - Exercise
-ESP Design for Highly Deviated Wells
-Viscous Fluids Application
-Production of Abrasive Fluids
-ESP – TCP – Ytool
-Hybrid ESP – Gas Lift Application
-Evaluation of Specific Cases Using Appropriate Software (DesignPro, Prosper, SubPump, etc.)
-Introduction to ESP Failure Analysis
Participants should be familiar with basic Production Engineering, have some field experience in Production. Also participants should have taken the Electric Submersible Pumps Application Engineering course or field experience using ESPs.
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