Electric Submersible Pumps (ESP)2017-07-17T19:35:11+00:00

In the oil and gas industry, electric submersible pump (ESP) systems are identified as an effective artificial lift method for pumping production fluids to the surface. ESPs are especially effective in wells with low bottomhole pressures, low gas/oil ratios, low bubble point pressures, high water cuts or low API gravity fluids.

Over the last several years, ESP technology has developed a reputation as a low-maintenance, cost-effective alternative to vertical turbine, split case and positive displacement pumps in various fluid-movement surface applications in the petroleum industry.

ESP system can be divided into surface components and downhole components. These components are listed below:

Surface Components:

  • Transformers
  • Motor controller switchboard
  • Variable Speed Drive (VSD)
  • Junction box
  • Cable venting box
  • Wellhead

Downhole Components:

  • Cable
  • Cable guard
  • Cable clamps
  • Pump
  • Gas separator
  • Seal section
  • Motor
  • Sensor and data acquisition instrumentation
  • Drain valve
  • Check valve
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