SPE Gulf Coast Section Electric Submersible Pumps Symposium

13-17 May 2019, The Woodlands, Texas, USA

Number of conference papers: 30

Day 3
16 May 2019

Session 9: Dealing with Unusual Operational Requirements

Unusual operational requirements create the need for novel design workflows. In this session, we will see how operators have accommodated such unusual requirements, in a variety of applications.

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Munoz, Miguel, Qarun Petroleum Company
Aboutaleb, Mohamed, Qarun Petroleum Company
Dwiggins, Jeff, Artificial Lift Solutions Pte Ltd
194408-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Williams, A. J. Sandy, Artificial Lift Performance Ltd
194417-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Shang, Song, Schlumberger
Nascimento, Carlos, Schlumberger
Gomez Bustamante, Nicolas, Schlumberger
Graham, John, Suncor Energy Inc
Babatunde, T. K., Suncor Energy Inc
194403-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Session 10: High GOR Applications

High GORs are a known challenge in unconventional applications. In this session, we will review interesting solutions implemented by operators and the results achieved, in terms of higher drawdowns, more stable operations, and reduced failure rates.

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Nicholson, B. L., Occidental Petroleum
Tyler, C., Occidental Petroleum
Yicon, C., Occidental Petroleum
Sikes, M. A., Occidental Petroleum
El Mahbes, R., Baker Hughes
194396-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Gonzalez, Gustavo, Odessa Separator Inc.
Loaiza, Carlos, Chevron
194418-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Session 11: ESP Sub-Sea

Subsea ESP systems are challenging at best and considered all but impossible at worst. However, they have found a place in the Artificial Lift world and, not surprisingly, have proven to be both viable and profitable. This session provides some of the latest information on how a relatively new deployment of an in-well ultra-high horsepower system has found its way into a very challenging application, and a more mature mudline concept has been improved to bring value to the producer’s bottom line.

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Pedroso, Carlos Alberto, QGEP
Cavalcante, Barbara, QGEP
Marsili, Marcelo, QGEP
Santos, Marcelo, QGEP
Rocha, Paulo S. V., QGEP
194407-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Vergara, Luis, Schlumberger
Bacellar, Francisco, Petrobras
Neves, Marcelo, Petrobras
Watson, Arthur, Schlumberger
Harris, Grant, Schlumberger
194395-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Yasmin, Yazid, Brunei Shell Petroleum
194385-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Session 12: Alternative ESP Deployment

So long as ESP reliability is less than the life of the well, alternative, non-conventional deployment methods for ESPs will forever be a topic of interest for our industry. This session focuses on the very nature of what it means to reel these systems in and out like a pro fisherman trolling for trout. If you’ve ever been interested in how alternative deployment has been tried in the higher stakes onshore and offshore arena, you need to attend this session because we have all of this and probably more.

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Patterson, John, Patterson Consulting
Dornan, Grant, ConocoPhillips Alaska
Jensen, Marc, ConocoPhillips Alaska
Targac, Gary, ConocoPhillips
Malone, David, AccessESP
Cheblak, Samer, AccessESP
Julian, Jennifer, BP Alaska
Walker, Matthew, AccessESP
194419-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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Vierkandt, Steven, Chevron
Olabinjo, Lanre, Chevron
Malone, David, AccessESP
English, Jack, Consultant, Chevron
194412-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2019
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