ESP Application and Sizing

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$1,690.00
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TD-COPR-201

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Short Description
Learn to design optimized electrical submersible pump (ESP) systems to meet targeted production requirements for diverse well conditions

Learn to design optimized electrical submersible pump (ESP) systems to meet targeted production requirements for diverse well conditions

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Course Objectives

Learn to:

  • Design optimized electrical submersible pump (ESP) systems to meet targeted production requirements for diverse well conditions

Course Length:2 days

Delivery Locations

  • Houston, Texas
  • Dubai, UAE
  • Customer on-site course available

Who Should Attend

Personnel involved with the design of ESP systems who have attended ESP Technology and Operation or have previous ESP experience.

  • Production managers
  • Production supervisors
  • Field operators
  • Petroleum engineers
  • Production engineers

Course Description

ESPs are one of the primary tools to extend production from low-pressure wells. The course begins with a focus on fundamental ESP concepts using guided practice and student exercises. Building on that foundation, attendees are challenged with several sizing scenarios for which they perform calculations and analysis. The process and sequence of steps are provided, and participants work through each step of the process to come up with sizing solutions. Within each step, the participant is introduced to the calculations involved as well as special considerations and concerns that must be addressed.

Topics include:

  • The purpose of sizing
  • Proper sizing procedures
  • Gas handling guidelines
  • High temperature guidelines
  • Abrasive guidelines

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