Extended-Life ESP Reliably Accommodates Wide, Abrasive Production Range in Remote Brownfield | Schlumberger
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Location
Oriente Basin, Ecuador, South America, Onshore
Byline
Jorge Luis Villalobos Leon and Carlos Reyes Hill, Schlumberger
Publication
World Oil
Publication Date
6/21/2021
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Mature & Marginal Fields Artificial Lift Remote Operations

Extended-Life ESP Reliably Accommodates Wide, Abrasive Production Range in Remote Brownfield

World Oil article

Electric submersible pumps (ESPs) are well-known as effective secondary recovery strategy solutions. Until recently, however, their individual drawbacks have required an operator to use multiple, if not dozens, of individual ESPs to handle various reservoir challenges. Abrasive production content, high downhole reservoir temperatures, deep setting depths, extended run times, and a broad production envelope were faced during secondary recovery in a conventional well in the Oriente basin of Ecuador. New

REDA Continuum extended-life ESP pumps—combined with a remote, real-time surveillance workflow—handled all of these requirements and enabled long-term field success.

REDA Continuum ESP.
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