Nov. 13, 2019


Description

The Max Lift-HP gas lift system details the comparison between conventional gas lift system applications, and high pressure/Annular Flow gas lift system application. The Max Lift-HP gas lift system provides for a further reduction in Flowing Bottomhole Pressure (FBHP) and increases in overall liquid production, in comparison to the conventional gas lift system application. The study results of the Max Lift -HP gas lift system was conducted in the Permian Basin during Q1 of 2018. The presentation outlines five different application types for gas lift. This includes tubing flow gas lift, the gas lift equipment, design considerations and, FBHP comparisons between conventional gas lift system applications and Max Lift-HP. Annular flow gas lift (tubing inside casing) is also compared to tubing flow gas lift and explains the difference in FBHP when flowing surface area is increased by utilizing annular flow gas lift. The Max Lift-HP gas lift system application equipment and design parameters are detailed in the presentation. Design comparisons with calculated FBHP and production rates are shown to illustrate the difference in overall liquid production that resulted from the Q1 study in the Permian Basin. Outcomes and lessons learned discuss proper selection and compressor sizing, surface facility considerations, and proper sizing of the gas lift equipment.


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Matt Young
Speaker Matt Young
Matt Young is the Technical Sales Manager with Flowco Production Solutions. After graduating from Texas A&M; he started his career with BJ Services as a field engineer in the cementing division in Hobbs, New Mexico, before moving into the Artificial Lift space. Matt has worked on gas lift and plunger ...

Matt Young is the Technical Sales Manager with Flowco Production Solutions. After graduating from Texas A&M; he started his career with BJ Services as a field engineer in the cementing division in Hobbs, New Mexico, before moving into the Artificial Lift space. Matt has worked on gas lift and plunger lift installs and optimization projects throughout Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Louisiana oil and gas fields. Working a brief stint in Canada and MENA with various technical and sales positions. He is a member of the SPE.

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Organizer

Ehsan Davani

Program Chair of SPE-GCS Completions and Production Study Group


ehsan.davani@qrigroup.com


Date and Time

Wed, Nov. 13, 2019

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Norris Conference Center – Houston/Westchase

9990 Richmond Avenue
Houston, TX 77042
United States of America