Introduction to Progressing Cavity Pumping (PCP)
- When and why PCPs are used as opposed to other forms of artificial lift
- Applications where PCPs are well-suited;applications where they don’t fit
- Where PCPs are used in the world
- Major players in the industry: service companies, consultants
PCP System Components
- PCP fundamentals
- PCP ratings
- PCP drive equipment
- Auxiliary equipment and alternate systems
- Hands-on look at some typical PCP components
PCP System Design and Evaluation
- PCP system design issues
- PCP system failures and diagnosis
- Available tools: software tools, training courses, etc.
- High-viscosity oil
- High sand cut
- Low productivity or pumped-off wells
- Gassy wells
- Directional wells
- Coalbed methane and water source wells
- High temperatures
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