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Electric Submersible Pump – PASTI JALAN

Electric Submersible Pump : Design, Principles, Installation, Operation, Maintenance and Troubleshooting

Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta | 24 – 26 September 2013 | Rp. 7.600.000 – PASTI JALAN
Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel, Yogyakarta | 21 – 23 oktober 2013 | Rp. 7.600.000,-

 

 

INTRODUCTION
This course is to summarize the state of the art of Electric Submersible Pump (ESP) technology. It included the example problems to illustrate the use of various theoretical solutions, it also listed an overview of conventional well productivity and Inflow Performance Relationship (IPR) technology and is general introduction to the latest methods of production optimization using Electric Submersible Pump (ESP) technology.

This course compiled as aid to engineers and production people in the Petroleum Industry who have the responsibility of planning and selecting electrically driven submersible pumping equipment. Included are fundamental principles involving sizing, operation and trouble shooting of submersible pump equipment. Also included are tables, data and general information which it will be value to everyone who utilize s submersible pumping equipment.

Much material of this course has been published previously and is reassembled in this course. However, there is also a considerable amount of new material included that will assist the participants of the course in their pump selection and operation.

Designing a submersible pump installation is not an exact science; it is mostly an art. But it is a talent which can be easily acquired if care and attention are paid to what the well is telling us, and what we want to do with the

well. The well conditions vary from one well to other, but the basic information required for a design does not. What we require from a particular well must, of course, be within the limits of the well in question.

Submersible pump design provided information required for analyzing the behavior of a productivity well interval using rod pump. This thus makes it possible to answer some fundamental questions:

(a) What is the well producing capacity?
(b) What fluids do they produce?
(c) At what flow rates?
(d) What is the submersible pump to use?

In this course, it has also included example problems to illustrate the use of various theoretical solution. Wherever possible, it has not only discussed practical difficulties that one may encounter while using the theoretical solutions, but it has also listed some of the method that one can used to obtain the desired information. It also included descriptions on field histories wherever they were available and trouble shooting using submersible pump.

This course is mainly directed to the practicing professionals who make engineering calculations and decision on submersible pump application and troubleshooting. For managers, the course helps to review the present state of the art. It also outlined some of new method in artificial technology exist today. These gaps in technology will be useful for research engineers and research professionals to determine the areas of future research.

OUTLINE

I. Hydraulic& Electrical Fundamentals
a. Introduction

b. Hydraulic Fundamentals

  • Density
  • Gradient
  • Specific Gravity
  • Viscosity
  • Pressure
  • Head
  • Pump Intake Pressure
  • Fluid Flow
  • Pipe friction

C. Centrifugal Pump Hydraulics

  • Pump Thrust
  • Affinity Laws
  • Cavitation
  • Gas Locking
  • Hydraulic Horsepower
  • Brake Horsepower

D.Well Performance

  • Productivity Index (PI)
  • Inflow Performance Relationship (IPR)

E. Electricity Fundamentals

  • Electrical Power Distribution
  • Voltage
  • Current
  • Resistance
  • Ohm’s Law
  • Power
  • Frequency
  • Inductance
  • Capacitance
  • Impedance
  • Conductors
  • Insulators
  • Power Factor
  • Transformers
  • Cable
  • Motors

II Equipment Description
A. Introduction

B. Centrifugal Pump

C. Rotary Gas Separator

D. Seal Section

  • Thrust Bearing

E. Electrical Submersible Motor

F. Generalized Motor Composite Curves

  • Motor Composites Characteristic Curve (Loading)
  • Motor Composites Characteristic Curve (Voltage)
  • Motor Temperature Rise (Fluid Velocity)

G. Motor Controllers

  • Switchboards
  • Soft Starter
  • Variable Speed Controller (VSC)

H. VSC Effects on ESP Components

  • Centrifugal Pumps
  • Electric Motor
  • Matching Motor, Pump and VSC
  • Pump Shaft Limitation
  • Pump Housing Limitation
  • Vibration and Wear
  • Motor Efficiency
  • Motor Heating
  • Motor Insulation
  • Starting

I. Down hole Pressure and Temperature Monitors

J. Transformers
K. Junction Box
L. Wellhead
M. Check Valve
N. Drain Valve
O. Backspin relay
P. Centralizer
Q. Cable
R. Cable Bands
S. Motor Lead Extension

III Typical ESP Applications
a. Introduction
b. Shrouded Configuration
c. Booster Pump
d. Direct Production-Injection-System
e. Horizontal Injection System
f. Cantle slope? Injection System
g. ESP Installation with Deep Set Packer
h. ESP Installation with “Y” Tool
i. Bottom Intake Booster Pump
j. Operation of Submersible Pumps in Harsh Environments

  • High Temperature Wells
  • Abrasive Well Fluids
  • Corrosive Well Fluids
  • Gaseous Production Fluids
  • High Productivity Pumps for Limited Diameter Wells
  • Cable for Harsh Environments

IV. Equipment Sizing
A. Introduction
B. Basic Data Required

  • Well Data
  • Production Data
  • Well Fluid Conditions
  • Power Sources
  • Possible Problems

C. Sizing Procedure High-Water-Cut
D. Sizing example : High-Water-Cut
E. Effect of Viscosity on Centrifugal Pump Performance
F. Sizing Procedure for Viscous Fluids
G. Sizing Example: Viscous Fluids
H. Sizing Procedure High GOR
I. Sizing Example High GOR
J. Sizing Procedure Variable Speed
K. Sizing Example: Variable Speed

V. Installation Maintenance and Trouble shooting
A. Introduction
B. Equipment Transportation
C. Equipment Handling
D. Well Preparation
E. Installation of Down Hole Equipment

  • Documentation
  • Motor Installation
  • Seal Servicing
  • Pump Assembly
  • Cable Installation

F. Installation of Surface Equipment

  • Motor Controller
  • Transformers

G. Starting ESP
H. Testing
I. Data Gathering
J. Re-running Equipment
K. Economic Evaluation
L. Failure Analysis
M. Ammeter Technology
N. Field Checkout
O. ESP Troubleshooting Chart

VI. Engineering Data

  • Electrical Terms and Definition
  • Useful Formulas
  • Relationships Regarding Flow and Pressure drops in Pipes
  • Temperature Rise in Pumps
  • Measurement for Water Flow
  • Areas of Circles
  • Conversion Factors
  • Temperature Conversion Table
  • Fundamental Unit of Length, Area, Volume and Mass
  • Conversion Factors For Units of Energy
  • Casing and Tubing Sized and Capacities
  • Stretch of Suspended Casing, Tubing or Drill Pipe
  • Tubing Weight in Fluid
  • Hydrostatic Head
  • Well Temperature versus Current
  • Absolute Viscosity of Gas-Free Crude Oil, Centipoises
  • Absolute Viscosity of Gas-Saturated Crude Oil, Centipoises
  • Pressure Loss Charts
  • Flow Loss due to Friction in API. Pipe (U.S)
  • Inflow Performance relationship Equations

VII. Installation, Operating And Troubleshooting The Pump

TRAINING METHOD

  • Presentation
  • Discussion
  • Case Study
  • Evaluation

INSTRUCTOR :

Imam Sujanmo

TIME AND PLACE

  • 24 – 26 September 2013
  • 21 – 23 oktober 2013
  • Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel

TRAINING FEE

Rp. 7.600.000,- / peserta / non recidential

FACILITY

  • Training Kit
  • Handout
  • Certificate
  • Lunch + 2 X Coffee Break
  • Souvenir

 

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