SPE Electric Submersible Pump Symposium

24-28 April 2017, The Woodlands, Texas, USA

Number of conference papers: 36

Day 1
25 April 2017

Session 1: ESP Data Analytics

Data overload is a common problem with ESP systems. In this session we will explore some ideas on how to utilize ESP data to make meaningful decisions.
Guerra, F. W., Pacific Exploration & Production Corp.
Cortina, N., Pacific Exploration & Production Corp.
Franco, L., Pacific Exploration & Production Corp.
Vera, E., Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia
Pineda, Y., Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia
185274-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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Sheldon, John, C-FER Technologies
Trevisan, Francisco, C-FER Technologies
Radke, Craig, C-FER Technologies
Alhanati, Francisco, C-FER Technologies
185151-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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Session 2: ESP Subsea

Subsea production environments can be immensely challenging, in all aspects, including artificial lift. Focusing on direct field experiences, this session will look into subsea challenges for ESP technologies and how operators have managed them.
Rojas, Marisela, Shell
Barrios, Lissett, Shell
Cheah, Kean Wee, Schlumberger
Harris, Grant, Schlumberger
185142-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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Barrios, Lissett, Shell
Rojas, Marisela, Shell
Monteiro, Guilherme, Shell Brazil
Sleight, Neil, Shell Brazil
185141-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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Session 3: ESP Field Study/Surveillance

ESP surveillance is crucial to understanding and maximizing ESP operations and production performance as well as obtaining best possible ESP reliability. This session will focus on various technologies, and field experiences, that illustrate how surveillance can help meet these objectives.
Camilleri, L., Schlumberger
El Gindy, M., Schlumberger
Rusakov, A., Schlumberger
Ginawi, I., Schlumberger
Abdelmotaal, H., Schlumberger
Sayed, E., Khalda Petroleum Company
Edris, T., Khalda Petroleum Company
Karam, M., Khalda Petroleum Company
185144-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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Al-Bimani, Atika, PDO
Kulkarni, Rahul, PDO
Al-Muqbali, Harith, PDO
Mackay, Angus, PDO
Marin, Antonio Andrade, PDO
Al-Busaidi, Assad, PDO
Touqi, Shaymaa, PDO
Yazeedi, Zeyana, PDO
Awaid, Abdullah, PDO
Harthy, Khalfan, PDO
Kharusi, Faris, PDO
Kumar, Nitish, Weatherford
Gupta, Shyam, Weatherford
185135-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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Mali, Prasanna, Kuwait Oil Company
Al-Abdullah, Hashem, Kuwait Oil Company
Zerai, Mariam, Kuwait Oil Company
Al-Matar, Bader, Kuwait Oil Company
185134-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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Session 4: ESP High Temperature

Thermal applications can tax ESP systems to their limits. In this session we will explore technologies and techniques for successful operation of ESPs in these harsh environments.
Shang, Song, Schlumberger
Caridad, Jose, Schlumberger
185158-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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Ramirez, M., ESP OIL AND GAS ENERGY, SA DE CV
Martinez, J. F., PEMEX
185275-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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Session 15: Alternate Poster Session

Posters (alternates) will be on display during the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday morning coffee breaks. We encourage you to attend these interactive poster sessions to further enhance your knowledge and allow for networking opportunities with these accomplished authors. **Please note that final scheduling of poster presentations to be determined at time of event**
Guindi, Ramez, Magnetic Pumping Solutions MPS
Storts, Brent, Global Production Solutions GPS
Beard, Jeremy, Global Production Solutions GPS
185273-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2017
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