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Artificial Lift Techbook 2016

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2 Artifcial Lift The 2016 Techbook A supplement to E&P Table of Contents HART ENERGY 1616 S. Voss, Suite 1000 | Houston, Texas 77057 Tel: +1 (713) 260-6400 | Fax: +1 (713) 840-8585 Editor-in-Chief MARK THOMAS Group Managing Editor JO ANN DAVY Executive Editor RHONDA DUEY Senior Editor, Drilling SCOTT WEEDEN Senior Editor, Production JENNIFER PRESLEY Chief Technical Director RICHARD MASON Contributing Editors LAWRENCE CAMILLERI LOU HEAVNER CAMILLE JENSEN DAVE KIMERY JEFF SAPONJA RICHARD SPEARS DARREN WILTSE Senior Editor, Digital News Group VELDA ADDISON Associate Managing Editor ARIANA BENAVIDEZ Corporate Art Director ALEXA SANDERS Senior Graphic Designer FELICIA HAMMONS Production Manager GIGI RODRIGUEZ Marketing Director GREG SALERNO For additional copies of this publication, contact Customer Service +1 (713) 260-6442. Vice President –Publishing RUSSELL LAAS Vice President –Publishing SHELLEY LAMB Publisher, Midstream Business DARRIN WEST Editorial Director PEGGY WILLIAMS President & Chief Operating Offcer KEVIN F. HIGGINS Chief Executive Offcer RICHARD A. EICHLER A lone pump jack at work in the Permian Basin scrub keeps production fowing. (Photo by Tom Fox, courtesy of Oil and Gas Investor) OVERVIEW Global Artifcial Lift Market Growth Slows Impact of low oil and gas prices on the artifcial lift market is felt but not as drastically as compared to other market sectors. KEY PLAYERS Players Keep the Progress Pumping These artifcial lift key players stayed ahead of the game the past year via new technologies and services. TECHNOLOGY An Unconventional Look at Artifcial Lift Providers look to collaboration and new technologies to keep production fowing in unconventional wells. Automation Leads to Optimization The digital oil feld is overtaking artifcial lift, and the industry is a better place because of it. CASE STUDIES Testing the Untestable Accurate production trends on inaccessible remote ESP wells are obtainable. Gas-lift Optimization Solutions for Boosting Operating Margins Solution uses real-time well data to dynamically optimize production while operating within process and resource constraints. The Artifcial Lift Gap A new system combines the benefts of gas lift, multiphase fow conditioning practices, research, feld testing and operator experience to close the lifting gap. Enhancing Value by Maximizing Production, Minimizing Operational Cost New continuous capillary line tool helps deliver chemical downhole with improved effciencies and reduced operational costs. 6 18 26 32 36 40 Hart Energy's Techbook Series The 2016 Artifcial Lift Techbook is the ninth in a series of techbooks in which Hart Energy provides comprehensive coverage of effective and emerging technologies in the oil and gas industry. Each techbook includes a market overview, a sample of key technology providers, case studies of feld applications and exclusive analysis of industry trends relative to specifc technologies. To learn more about E&P technology trends, visit Hart Energy © 2016 | May 2016 | 1 43

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