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, and high temperature wells. 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, shrouded motors, production through the annular, high temperature and recirculation. This course will provide in depth knowledge of the design and installation of the ESP used in aggressive environment application, delegates can learn how to optimization and troubleshooting in ESP Installation.
Advanced Electric Submersible Pump: Design and Analysis
Top Learning Objectives
- Understand the fundamental theories and procedures related to ESP operations.
- Recognize the different components of the ESP system, and their basic structural and operational features
- Understand how special well conditions (high fluid viscosity, free gas production, abrasives in well fluids, etc.) can be handled by properly designed ESP systems
- Have a working knowledge of the types, the application, and the advantages of Variable Speed Drives.
- Be able to design an ESP installation and select the optimum components of the ESP system
- Be able to use NODAL Analysis program packages to describe the operation of ESP installations
- Have a basic understanding of power efficiency and system losses in the ESP system
- Be able to conduct a basic troubleshooting of ESP installations
- Improve the reliability and safety with ESP system
- Optimize well inflow performance through latest techniques in ESP systems
Who Should Attend?
The course is designed for, but not limited to, production technologists, petroleum engineers, and production engineers, who are directly involved with electric submersible pumps operations
- Reservoir Engineers
- Production Technologists
- Petroleum Engineers
- Production Engineers
- Field Operators
- Lifting Executives Maintenance Engineers