Challenging Artificial Lift Solutions – Paradigm Shift to Excellence


Production and Operations

Description

Artificial lift systems have been successfully used to produce volumes higher than what is possible with reservoir energy. As need to produce from harsh and unconventional environments expands the application techniques for artificial lift and production optimisation need to be adapted. This course provides overview of challenges faced while lifting from hot, heavy, and unconventional reservoirs. Using case studies across the globe, issues encountered, and lift solutions applied for harsh and non-traditional environments like thermal, HPHT, highly corrosive, gassy, and sandy production. Also lifting from shale reservoirs are addressed. A special discussion on digital oilfield’s importance in lift and production optimisation is also included.

Course Length

1 Day

Why Attend?

Deeper understanding of issues gained from this class will help you apply lift system prudently in unfamiliar environments

Who Should Attend

Anyone interested in learning about applying lift systems in non-traditional environments. Production and field operations engineers, operators who wish to understand the implications of harsh conditions on their lift systems.

Special Requirements

Must have basic understanding of various lift systems. Suggested prerequisite is one day class on artificial lift and production optimization.

CEUs

0.8 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) awarded for this 1-day course.