April 11, 2018


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Abstract:

Artificial lift is a vital application in today’s unconventional environment. Two common types of artificial lift include gas lift and hydraulic lift. During this discussion, attendees will have an opportunity to learn the key basic concepts of these lift systems and how these systems are being used. The talk will be broken down two parts: gas lift and hydraulic lift.

 For gas lift, discussion will center around

  • Gas lift’s role in providing solutions to today’s unconventional fields, fields where laterals are getting longer and IP targets are growing
  • The basics including its flexibility which allows engineers to obtain higher initial rates, while also being able to optimize life-of-well production.
  • Showing examples of how “conventional” design techniques may be limiting the effectiveness of a gas lift system while outside-the-box completion options are expanding gas lift’s normal operating window further than ever before.

 For hydraulic lift, attendants will have the opportunity to learn and discuss about

  • The basics (how it works, its performance, system response, components, configurations, proper operation).
  • Specific application topics especially with regards to early production.

Schedule

Networking / Check-in: 6:30 - 7:00 

Discussion: 7:00 - 8:00

Q&A and Final Networking: 8:00 - 8:30


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Corbin Moziske
Speaker Corbin Moziske
Corbin Moziske is the US Gas Lift Technical Advisor for Liberty Lift Solutions.  Duties include providing clients with customized solutions to their specific gas lift programs, providing all necessary training to successfully implement and maintain these solutions, and improving Liberty Lift’s operations. Beginning his career in 2006, he has over …

Corbin Moziske is the US Gas Lift Technical Advisor for Liberty Lift Solutions.  Duties include providing clients with customized solutions to their specific gas lift programs, providing all necessary training to successfully implement and maintain these solutions, and improving Liberty Lift’s operations.


Beginning his career in 2006, he has over 11 years of experience focused mainly in gas lift.  After 3 years working in the field, Corbin took the position of Gas Lift Specialist of Weatherford’s Midcontinent region in 2009.  In 2013, Corbin moved into a US Advisory role for Weatherford Gas Lift.


Corbin holds a BS degree from The University of Houston

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Speaker: Osman A. Nunez-Pino
Speaker Osman A. Nunez-Pino
Osman A. Nunez-Pino is a a Hydraulic Lift Applications Engineer for Liberty Lift Solutions. He has proven global experience in hydraulic lift systems which include both jet pumps and piston pumps. He began his career in 2002 where he began working in Venezuela as an Artificial Lift Field Engineer with …

Osman A. Nunez-Pino is a a Hydraulic Lift Applications Engineer for Liberty Lift Solutions. He has proven global experience in hydraulic lift systems which include both jet pumps and piston pumps.


He began his career in 2002 where he began working in Venezuela as an Artificial Lift Field Engineer with Weatherford. His career has included roles that include: Field Engineer (Baker-Centrilift), Field Supervisor (Baker-Centrilift), Applications Engineer and Operations Manager (Weatherford International). In 2013, he started a role as a Hydraulic Lift Global Business Unit Applications Engineer with Weatherford.


Osman holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from “La Universidad del Zulia” in Maracaibo. He has published several technical papers with the SPE and other oil & gas conferences, co-authored some technical articles about hydraulic lift systems, and served as instructor of hydraulic lift technology at several locations around the world.


 

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Organizer

Eric Regel


Date and Time

Wed, April 11, 2018

6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Chevron Building

1400 Smith St, Houston
Houston, TX
United States



Group(s): SPE Newsletter