Electric submersible pump system
Increase production with our standard ESP designed for conventional, unconventional, and shallow well conditions.
Maximize electric submersible pump (ESP) system reliability with the Trident extreme-conditions motor lead extension (MLE), an innovative, robust design that uses advanced materials to ensure long-term, dependable performance in the most high-power-demand and run-life-critical applications.
The Trident MLE comprises three PEEK-insulated, copper conductor cable leads that plug directly into the motor through individual connectors. This design minimizes the cable manipulations usually required during the manufacturing and assembly processes. Such additional manipulations can lead to undetectable insulation microcracks and internal damage, which can reduce system reliability.
The high current-carrying capacity of Trident MLE single-core conductors enables higher horsepower with lower stator voltages and less insulation stress than previously possible. By securing the leads tightly within the OD of the system, the Trident MLE ensures that cables and pothead connectors are protected from mechanical impact and damage while the system is being lowered in the well.
Deepwater wells produce more than 100 million bbl of fluid after start-up and an average of 137,000 bbl/d.
The new Trident motor lead extension (MLE) electric submersible pump (ESP) connectors feature a plug-in design aimed at improving reliability and eliminating errors, as well as saving rig time.
Petrobras operates the Jubarte heavy oil field located in the northern Campos basin offshore the state of Espírito Santo, Brazil, in 4,260 ft water depth. Initial field development (Phase I) included four producing wells connected to the FPSO P-34 (Rodrigues et al. 2005)1.