2011 Electrical Submersible Pump Workshop

The Gulf Coast Section of the Society of Petroleum Engineers invites you to register for the 2011 Electric Submersible Pump Workshop, being held April 27 to April 29 at the Woodlands Waterway Marriott and Convention Center.
 
Learn more at: http://espworkshop.com/
 

To register online: http://www.spe.org/events/esp/2011/pages/general/registration.php

 

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This workshop, sponsored by the SPE Gulf Coast Section, is devoted to the enhancement of operation, maintenance, and technical advancement of electric submersible pumps (ESPs). The Program Committee solicits abstracts for both high-interest papers (20-minute presentation and 10-minute question and answer period) and short stories (10-minute presentation and 5-minute question and answer period) dealing with ESP and ESPCP production operations. The emphasis of the workshop is on practicality, and papers should contain case histories where possible.

To register online: http://www.spe.org/events/esp/2011/pages/general/registration.php

For more information about the 2011 ESP Workshop:

http://www.spe.org/events/esp/2011/index.php
 

For more information about the 2011 ESP Workshop Exhibits, please contact Stephanie Desmarais (steph@magneygrande.com).

 

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

SESSION I – Surveillance, Modeling and Testing
 
CO-CHAIRS   Rafael Lastra / Roger Brown
 
8:00
Keynote Speaker:  MOHAN CHAWLA (KOC)
9:00
It’s coming! Update on the new International Standard for ESPs (ISO 15551-1) - Shauna Noonan (ConocoPhillips)
9:30
Large-Scale Experimental Investigation of ESP Performance with High Viscosity Fluids and Gas - Lissett Barrios (Shell)
10:00
BREAK
10:30
Prediction Of The Transitions In Two-Phase Performance Of An Electrical Submersible Pump - Jose Gamboa (Multiphase System Integration)
11:00
Viscous and Gas effects on the Performance of Multi-stage Centrifugal Pumps – Lyle Wilson (Baker Hughes)
11:30
Production Allocation Using ESP in the Peregrino Field - Ketan Sheth (Baker Hughes)
Alternate 1
Model-Derived Flow Monitoring in an Electric Submersible Pump (ESP) Application – Tommy Denney (Baker Hughes)
12:00
LUNCH
 
 
SESSION II – Dismantle, Inspection and Failure Analysis
 
CO-CHAIRS    Atika al Bimani/ Tom Van Akkeren
 
1:00
A Holistic Approach to Improving ESP Run Life in the Forties Field, UKCS. – Jeff Dwiggins (Dwiggins Consulting)
1:30
Improving Electric Submersible Pump (ESP) Performance with Root Cause Failure Analysis - Sebastiano Lapi (ExxonMobil)
2:00
Effect of Near Wellbore Condition on Electrical Submersible Pump Design - Part 2 - Mohamed N. Noui-Mehidi (Aramco)
2:30
BREAK
3:00
Declining ESP Runlife -M Field Study - Iqbal Sipra (Petroleum Development Oman)
3:30
Typical corrosion patterns in ESP equipment - Ignacio Martinez (Baker Hughes)
4:00
Breakout Sessions - #1 – ISO, #2 – Producing deviated slugging wells
6:00
Cocktail Party
 
 

Thursday, April 28, 2011

 
SESSION III – Alternative Deployed
 
CO-CHAIRS: William Milne / Robert Lannom
 
8:30
Cost efficient alternative deployed ESPs for deep water GoM - Jørn Andre Carlsen (Statoil)
9:00
ESP Challenges in Ultra-Deep Water Wells - Lower Tertiary Reservoir  in the Gulf of Mexico - Carlos Lopez (BakerHughes)
9:30
Geared Centrifugal Pump - Project Update – Bruce Morrow (Harrier Technologies)
10:00
BREAK
10:30
Electrical Submersible Pump With Integral Pod Intake System - Kristopher Snyder (BakerHughes)
11:00
New Developments in Through Tubing Conveyed Technology in the Rocky Mountains - David L. Olson (BakerHughes)
11:30
World's Deepest Thru Tubing Conveyed ESP's - Jennifer Julian (BP)
Alternate 1
Alternate Deployment method for ESPs in the Cliff Head offshore development – John Mack (Baker Hughes)
12:00
LUNCH
 
 
SESSION IV – On the HOT seat
 
CO-CHAIRS Bud Missel / Tommy Vineyard
 
1:00
A Tale of Two Operating Companies, One ESP Manufacturer and a Very Hot Flow Loop. – Leon Waldner (Nexen)
1:30
Developing a High Temperature Field with 3.75” Pump Systems - Ricardo Mazzola (Pan American Energy)
2:00
High Temperature ESP Applications in Surmont Field - Esteban Oliva (ConocoPhillips)
2:30
BREAK
3:00
Use of Failure Analysis Techniques to Improve Material Selection and Performance in SAGD Wells - Haining Pan (Schlumberger)
3:30
Enhanced ESP Motor Cooling - Design, Testing & Field Trial - Ketan Sheth (BakerHughes)
Alternate 1
ESP Recirculation System Solves Production Issue  in Granite Wash Gas Well - Leslie C. Reid (Baker Hughes)
4:00
Breakout Sessions - #1 – Surveillance, #2 - POWER what are the problems (regulatory to harmonics to supply)?
6:00
Crawfish Boil
 
 
Friday, April 29, 2011
 

SESSION V –Field Studies


CO-CHAIRS:   John Patterson/ Craig Stair

 
8:30
First Electrical Submersible Progressive Cavity Pump (ESPCP) Run In Ecuador Opens New Opportunities For Heavy Oil Production - Ernesto Barragán (Andes Petroleum Ecuador Ltd.)
9:00
Review of Dual ESP System Applications Following 100 Installations – Brian Scott (Schlumberger)
9:30
Use of Multistage Centrifugal Surface Pumping Systems to Optimize CO2 EOR in Mature Fields - Neil Ferrier (Wood Group ESP)
10:00
BREAK
10:30
Successful Application of ESP’s In Bohai Bay Development - Ed Sheridan (Baker Hughes)
11:00
ESP Optimization in Naturally Fractured Horizontal Wells through the use of ESP Design Technology, High Resolution Data Acquisition, Surface Controls, and Innovative VSD Control Logic - Keith Fangmeier (Hess)
Alternate 1
Advanced ESP Completion for New Field development - Miguel Hidalgo (Schlumberger)
Alternate 2
Dual Completion with a Permanent Magnet ESPCP and a Sucker-Rod Pump - Fendor Galkin (Borets)
11:30
Breakout Session Summary
12:00
Closing Comments
12:15
BOX LUNCH
1:00
Golf Tournament
6:30
Casino Night
Organizer SPE Registration

When?

Wed, Apr. 27 - Fri, Apr. 29, 2011
8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. US/Central

Where?

Woodlands Waterway Marriott
1601 Lake Robbins Drive
The Woodlands, TX 77380
USA

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