Whats New in Artificial Lift Part 2 | SLB
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World Oil
Publication Date
5/31/2013
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What's New in Artificial Lift? Part 2

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. The MLE connectors are designed with materials specifically selected and qualified to improve reliability in various applications, such as subsea, offshore, onshore, high-profile wells, and environments with a high presence of hydrogen sulfide. The system employs three individual polyetheretherketone (PEEK) copper conductor leads that plug directly into the downhole ESP motor. This design minimizes the space required for the connector, in addition to providing greater heat dissipation during operations, and minimizing the need to manually manipulate the cable and connector during connection into the motor.

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. The MLE connectors are designed with materials specifically selected and qualified to improve reliability in various applications, such as subsea, offshore, onshore, high-profile wells, and environments with a high presence of hydrogen sulfide. The system employs three individual polyetheretherketone (PEEK) copper conductor leads that plug directly into the downhole ESP motor. This design minimizes the space required for the connector, in addition to providing greater heat dissipation during operations, and minimizing the need to manually manipulate the cable and connector during connection into the motor.

What's New in Artificial Lift? Part 2
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