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ONLINE: Artificial Lift Systems Design, Diagnosis, Operations and Optimisation (PRE903)

  • 11-14 October 20214 daysVirtual instructor-led course, OnlineCourse Fee: 1950 EUR + VAT

Description

This course covers the selection, design and diagnosis of the major artificial lift techniques for both conventional and unconventional reservoirs. You will gain an appreciation of the key concepts involved in the application of artificial lift methods and a practical understanding of their operation and optimisation. Well modelling software will be used to illustrate design and troubleshooting applications.

Course Structure: 12 modules of 1½ hours each, delivered over 4 days
Each day will consist of 3 modules, split into units of 1½ hours, with multiple breaks.

Course Level: Foundation / Skill
Instructor: Alastair Baillie

Designed for you, if you are...

  • Petroleum engineering or field staff involved in the selection, design, operation or troubleshooting of artificial lift systems (beam pumps, PCPs, plunger lift, jet pumps, ESPs and gas lift) for standard or unconventional reservoir applications

How we build your confidence

  • Combination of live instructor-led training coupled with self-directed learning, live Q&A sessions and group discussions

The benefits from attending

By the end of the course you will feel confident in your understanding of:

  • Artificial lift methods, concepts of operation and equipment
  • Selection criteria to ensure the most appropriate artificial lift method is chosen
  • How to perform design procedures for artificial lift wells
  • How to recognise the correct data required for well analysis
  • Diagnosing and troubleshooting artificial lift well performance
  • Optimising the artificial lift system for production and long term reliability

Topics

  • Recap of well and reservoir performance (fluid properties, outflow and inflow performance)
  • Use of pressure gradient plots for artificial lift well design and diagnosis
  • Review of artificial lift systems components and physics of operation
  • Artificial lift methods comparison and selection criteria
  • Special considerations for the application of artificial lift to unconventional reservoirs
  • Design, diagnosis and practical troubleshooting techniques for start-up and operation
  • Workshop sessions and tutorials covering building and matching of well models


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