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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. Experience gained over many years of ESP operation and the continuous evolution of technology have expanded the operational capabilities of ESPs. In particular, ESPs are widely used for the production of fluids from SAGD (Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage) well pairs and other applications that requires a reliable pumping system in high temperature wellbores.
This course is designed to provide an introduction to the ESP and its applications in high temperature environments. The specific functions of the ESP components are covered. Basic Application Engineering principles, operating practices and troubleshooting are reviewed. Knowledge gained in the classroom is reinforced with practical demonstrations of the technology and components in the workshop by watching real equipment being assembled and tested.
Course Objectives: Provide theoretical and practical knowledge of the advantages and limitations of ESP systems in high temperature environments such as SAGD, CSS and Geothermal applications.
This course is designed for engineers, field supervisors, operators and electricians involved in the application and operation of electric submersible pumps.
Students should have basic knowledge of Production Engineering, operator experience and/or field electrical experience.
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