PB: Where is the industry in terms of ESP and PCP technology and reliability?

Speaker Shauna Noonan
Wells Technology Supervisor ConocoPhillips Shauna Noonan, SPE, is a Wells Technology Supervisor in the Completions and Production Technology Group for ConocoPhillips in Houston.   She has worked on artificial lift projects and technology development worldwide at ConocoPhillips and previously Chevron for over 19 years.   She has chaired many industry artificial lift forums ...

Wells Technology Supervisor ConocoPhillips



Shauna Noonan, SPE, is a Wells Technology Supervisor in the Completions and Production Technology Group for ConocoPhillips in Houston.   She has worked on artificial lift projects and technology development worldwide at ConocoPhillips and previously Chevron for over 19 years.   She has chaired many industry artificial lift forums and authored / co-authored numerous papers on the subject of artificial lift.  She was the chair of the ISO standard committee for PCPs and is the current chair of the ISO standard for ESPs.  She holds a position on SPE International Board of Directors as the 2013-2015 Technical Director for Production and Operations and serves on the JPT Editorial committee.  She also received the 2012 SPE-GCS Regional Production and Operations Award.   Shauna began her career working for Chevron Canada Resources and holds a B.Sc. in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Alberta.

Full Description
Where is the industry in terms of ESP and PCP technology and reliability?   How can these advancements and learnings be applied in the Permian Basin?  This presentation will provide answers to these questions, plus provide information on work in progress around the globe that may also be applicable to understanding and improving ESP and PCP performance in this region.
Organizer Amy Timmons