About the Event
The 2019 International Sucker Rod Pumping Workshop will be held in Oklahoma City between September 9th and September 12th. The continuing education course will take place on September 9th-10th, and the workshop itself will be on Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 11 and 12, 2019.
Brandon Bridgman with Signal Hill Petroleum to be the General Chair for the 2019 Sucker Rod Pumping Workshop. His mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
The venue for the Workshop is the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The Workshop itself, the Continuing Education Classes, and the Exhibits will be in the Cox Convention Center which is located next to the Hotel.
Note: Advanced registration will close on Friday, August 22, 2019. It will be possible to register on site starting on Tuesday morning, Sept. 10, 2019 in the Cox Convention Center.
Presentations & Evaluation Summaries
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The 2019 International Sucker Rod Pumping Workshop hotel is the Renaissance Hotel in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Additional information on the hotel and transportation to the hotel is provided below.
Renaissance Hotel, Oklahoma City
10 North Broadway Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
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|Session No. 1 – New Technology, Research and Development
|1||Black Gold Pump & Supply||Ryan Bair||Large Bore Pumps Fluid Velocity Study||Abstract||Presentation|
|2||MindMesh Inc.||Mark Frenzel
|New Time Domain Analyses Provides Quantitative Insights into Rod Lift System Design, Operation and Maintenance||Abstract||Presentation|
|3||Walter Phillips, Inc.||Walter Phillips||Advanced Dynamometer Wave Analysis||Abstract||Presentation|
|4||Walter Phillips, Inc.||Walter Phillips||Dynamic Load Cell Calibration||Abstract||Presentation|
|5||Weatherford International Art. Lift||Clark Robison||A New Torque-Based Technique for Balancing Pumping Units||Abstract||Presentation|
|6||Echometer Company||O. Lynn Rowlan
Carrie Ann Taylor
|How to Determine the Location of Downhole Sticking||Abstract||Presentation|
|7||Roatap Silver Stream||Tracei Reed
|Review of Case Studies Illustrating Impact of New Well Spacing Tool / Rod Rotator and Wireless POC Load Cell||Abstract||Presentation|
|Session No. 2 – Design, Automation, Optimization, Challenges
|1||Don Nan Lift||Jason Dominguez||Analysis and Optimization of Sucker Rod Pump Design||Abstract||Presentation|
|2||Weatherford International Art. Lift||Daniel Renteria||An Alternative Sucker Rod Technology for Aggressive Applications||Abstract||Presentation|
|3||Echometer Company||O. Lynn Rowlan
Norm Hein Jr.
|Recommended Limits for (DLS) Dog Leg Severity and (SL) Side Load||Abstract||Presentation|
|4||Harbison Fischer – Apergy||Randy De Werff||Two Operating Areas—Challenges & Solutions||Abstract||Presentation|
|5||Baker Hughes||Victoria Pons||IRIS: Getting More out of your wells!||Abstract||Presentation|
|Ask the ExpertsFollowing the technical presentations, we will host a session entitled “Ask the Experts”. This open forum will give attendees an opportunity to pose questions about problem wells, new technologies, or new applications related to sucker rod pumps. Walter Phillips will moderate a panel of experts with backgrounds in rod pump design, applications, surveillance, and manufacturing.|
|Session No. 3 – Case Histories, Field Experiences, Recommended Practices
|1||Western Falcon||Mark Turland
|Friction in Sucker Rod Pumping Systems
Stay Smooth…Don’t Sacrifice
|2||Production Technology||Tom van Akkeren||Long and Slow is the Way to Go||Abstract||Presentation|
|O. Lynn Rowlan
|Pump Filled with Liquid is the Secret of SR Pumping||Abstract||Presentation|
|4||Baker Hughes, a GE Company||Victoria Pons, Ph.D.
|IT’S ALL ABOUT THE DATA: Deviated Downhole Data Extraction||Abstract||Presentation|