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Course Details

ARTIFICIAL LIFT : DESIGN & FAILURE ANALYSIS

Location
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Date
From Date: 11-Jan-2021   
To Date: 15-Jan-2021
Duration
5 Days
Language
English
Discipline
Introduction

RefNo:        REFDE011
Title:           Artificial Lift: Design & Failure Analysis
Start Date:  11 January, 2021  End Date: 15 January 2021
Fee:             $6,250
Venue:        Amsterdam, Netherlands

In any of the 5 star hotel. Exact venue will be informed soon.

Discussion on entire gamut of various artificial lift techniques deployed in onshore as well as offshore oil fields for optimum exploitation of hydrocarbons. Each mode of lift would be discussed in details about its designing criteria, selection, equipment description, techniques for the installation, their operations and trouble shooting.

Objective

The participants would be made adequately aware about the technology inherent in each mode of artificial lift and they would be made fully conversant with their operational details. The working executives would be encouraged to get that doubts clarified during the course period. Adequate value would be added to each participant and their performance would enhance when they go their jobs in oil fields.

Audience

The course has been designed in such a way that participants either working in oil field or new entrants would get adequate benefits. Executives already on job would refresh their memory and add new technology to their knowledge. It is therefore suggested that every oil field worker / Executive having basic knowledge of oil industries will derive immense knowledge and confidence after attending the course. This would enable the freshers to work with these units in the fields with total confidence.

Content

TRAINING INTRODUCTION

DAY 1

PART 1

  • Overall scenerio of oil & gas industries, Part – 1 & Part- 2.
  • Nodal analysis

PART 2 

  • Inflow performance relationship (IPR)
  • Multiphase flow
  • Fluid flow through rocks.
  • Darcy’s equation
  • Petrophisical properties of rocks.
  • Productivity index - PI
  • Pressure stabilization
  • Pressure drawdown.
  • Evolution of IPR curve.
  • IPR curves for different reservoir drives.
  • Change of PI with Cumulative recovery
  • Vogel’s work of a reference curve
  • Standing extenstion of Vogel’s method
  • Fetkovich’s method for calculating IPR
  • Stratified formations
  • Conducting inflow performance test.
  • Flow efficiency & Skin effect
  • Bean performance
  • Tubing intake curves
  • Integrating the IPR, TIC & Bean performance
  • Ros’s formula
  • Achong’s correlation
  • Conclusion & recommendations

DAY 2

PART 1

  • Introduction to Artificial lift – Why Artificial lift ?
  • Different modes of Artificial lift
  • Selection criteria for different modes of artificial lifts.
  • What is gas lift ?
  • Types of Gas lift
  • Understanding gas lift
  • Design criteria of gas lift
  • Operating design of continuous gas lift.

PART 2

  • Operating design of intermittent gas lift
  • Operating design of plunger lift
  • Operating design of micronic tubing with chamber lift
  • Equipment selection
  • Installation of Gas lift
  • Two pen recording
  • Trouble shooting
  • Maintenance of gas lift installation

Day 3

Part 1

  • Introduction to rod pumps
  • Surface equipment
  • Prime movers
    • Electic motor
    • Internal combustion engines
  • Devices to protect oil field motors
  • Gear reducer
  • Pumping unit
    • Conventional crank balance units
    • Beam – Balance units.
    • Air Balance units.
  • Pumping units API designations.
  • Sub Surface equipments
  • Sucker rods
    • Steel sucker rods
    • Fiber glass sucker rods
  • Continuous sucker rods
  • Sub surface pumps
    • Tubing pumps
    • Rod pumps
    • Working barrel
    • Standing valve
    • Traveling valves
    • Plungers
  • API pump classification
  • Standard designation for a complete pump
  • Pump displacement requirements
  • Stroke efficiency
  • An actual example for class work
  • Pump sizing
  • Plunger sizing
  • Stroke length
  • Pump speed
  • Rod string design
  • Materials
  • Rod stress calculations
  • Tapered rod strings
  • Rod loads during pumping
  • API system design procedure
  • Dimension less variables
  • Design example
  • Plunger stroke correlations
  • Peak polished rod load correlations
  • Minimum Polished rod load correlations
  • Selection of counter weights
  • Peak torque correlations
  • Polished rod horse power correlations
  • Rod stress correlations

DAY 4

PART 1

Polished rod dymemometers

  • Mechanical dymometers
  • Hydraulic dymometers
  • Electronic dymometers
  • Dymometers card interpretation
  • Rod load versus displacement
  • Un anchored tubing
  • Anchored tubing
  • Testing the standing valve
  • Testing the travelling valve
  • Measuring the counter balance effect

System monitoring : Dynagraph
Synthetic dynagraph 

PART 2

An overview of progressive cavity pump (PCP)

  • Selection criteria
  • Operational procedures
  • Maintenance care
  • Trouble shooting

DAY 5

PART 1

Electrical submersible pump :

  • Introductions
  • Selection criteria
  • Design of the pump
  • Operational details
  • Factors affecting smooth operations
  • Troubleshooting

PART 2

Hydraulic Jet Pump :

  • Introductions
  • Selection criteria
  • Design of the pump
  • Applicability
  • Operational details
  • Factors affecting operations
  • Trouble shooting

PART 3

  • Group Discussion
  • Case History

NOTE:
Pre & Post Tests will be conducted
Case Studies, Group Exercises, Group Discussions, Last Day Review &Assessments will be carried out.

Certificate

Define Management Consultancy & Training Certificate of course completion will be issued to all attendees.

Methodology

The entire discussion would be presented through slides and each participant would be encouraged to ask questions so that they become fully conversant with the technology. The case history will also be presented to give them the live picture of various fields operating under various modes of artificial lift.

Fees
6,250US$ per participant for Public Training includes Materials/Handouts, tea/coffee breaks, refreshments & Buffet Lunch

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