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CentriLift Submersible Pump Handbook
by: Author(s) Unknown — Added 11/9/2009 12:00:00 AMWinkler Library - General ESP


The CENTRILlFT Submersible Pump Handbook is a CENTRILIFT publication compiled as an aid to engineers and production people in the Petroleum Industry who have the responsibility of planning and selecting subsurface electrically driven submersible pumping equipment.

Included are fundamental principles involving the sizing and operation of submersible pumping equipment. Also included are tables, data and general information which we hope
will be of value to everyone who utilizes submersible pumping equipment.

Much of the material in the submersible handbook has been published previously and is reassembled in this single volume for your convenience. However, we feel that there is also a considerable amount of new material included that will assist you in your selection
and operations.

Any future additions or editions will include information and revisions suggested by those of
you who use this handbook. Your comments and suggestions are cordially requested.

Permission to rep

Electrical Submersible Pumping ---- Referemces for Operational Problems and Their Solutions
by: Various Authors — Added 11/10/2009 12:00:00 AMWinkler Library - General ESP


This contains various articles about ESP Operational Problems and Their Solutions.

1. SPE 19495 - Electrical Submersible Pump Optimization in the Bima Field.

2. 1990 ESP Workshop, Electrical Submersible Pump Performance in France.

3. Optimization of Submersible Pump Operation in the Bonne Glen Field.

4. A Model for Estimating the Life of ESP's.

5. East Beverly Hills Field Electrical Submersible Pump Optimization.

6. ELECTRICAL SUBMERSIBLE PUMPS OPERATIONAL AND DESIGN CHANGES TO IMPROVE RUN LIFE
IN THE MITSUE GILWOOD SAND UNIT NO. 1 A FIELD STUDY

6. ESP CABLE FAILLJRES...A TEN YEAR HISTORY.

7. Redwater Submersible Pump
Selection Experience.

8. DEALING WITH EXCESSIVE FREE GAS IN ELECTRIC SUBMERSISLE PUMP OPERATIONS.

9. ESP PERFORMANCE IN SAND LADEN FLUIDS IN THE BELLSHILL LAXE FIELD.

10. SPE 20675 --- Analyzing Electric Submersible Pump Failures in the East
Wilmington Field of California.

11. CORROSION CONTROL PRACTICES FOR SUBMERGIBLE P

Electrical Submersible Pumps - The Amoco Way
by: Unknown — Added 6/12/2009 12:00:00 AMWinkler Library - General ESP


This is a document that describes:

- ESP Equipment Description and Function
- Well Preparation
- Equipment Handling
- Pulling and Installation Procedures
- Start-Up Procedures
- Reports
- Operating and Maintenance Program
- Troubleshooting

Reda Alternative Deployed Pumping Systems
by: Author(s) Unknown — Added 11/10/2009 12:00:00 AMWinkler Library - General ESP


The CDPS3 Pumping System is designed to reduce workover costs and downtime associated with remote well sites.

With this cable deployed system, the submergible pump
is lowered into the well with a tension cable and seated in a landing profile in either 5" or 7" production tubing. A custom
designed drawworks unit is utilized to pull and run the
downhole pump, eliminating the need for a conventional
workover rig.

Reda Downhole Dewatering Ssytem
by: Author(s) Unknown — Added 11/10/2009 12:00:00 AMWinkler Library - General ESP


REDA's Downhole Dewatering Systems combine the production and disposal functions in the same well, maximizing profits in both oil and gas wells. Both
Downhole Dewatering Systems can greatly reduce surface equipment expense, energy
costs and environmental risks.