For producing companies, replacing faulty units or installing new ESPs incur heavy financial costs. Whether that’s payment to workover crews, reallocation of technical and human resources from other tasks or profit loss due to downtime. Additionally, there is a risk of environmental damage caused by trip-shows. This is why onshore or offshore pulling-and-running operations are naturally unsafe and need highly qualified staff and special support equipment to run safely and smoothly.
Standard submersible equipment requires a special workover service rig and killing fluid that may adversely impact the reservoir properties in the bottom-hole area of the well.
We have developed an advanced solution that is especially relevant for offshore, geographically remote, and hard-to-reach oil fields. We offer a compact 29.5 ft (9 m) long Thru-Tubing (up to 12,000 rpm) electric submersible pump. The unit is cable-deployed in a casing and can be mounted through 3.5″ (89 mm) tubing. The installation is carried out through the wellhead lubricator.
TT ESPTM installation does not require a workover rig or shutdown. It also avoids the need to kill wells with a heavy fluid that damages the bottom-hole area, reduces productivity, or slows the well’s recovery.
Our solution helps reduce OPEX by up to 40%, prevents long-term negative impacts to the bottom-hole area of the well, and increases employees’ safety.