Electrical Submersible Pumping Systems

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Electrical Submersible Pumps (ESP)
Electrical Submersible Pumping Systems
Q-MAX™ Gas Bypass Systems
Halliburton’s Q-MAX™ Gas Bypass is the most efficient
gas mitigation product in the electrical submersible
pumps (ESP) industry. The Q-MAX Gas Bypass is
designed to increase the production of ESPs in oil wells in
which a high concentration of gas is the productionlimiting factor. The patented separation technology
enables gas bubbles to expand and separate from the
liquid more freely. Hundreds of field installations in the
largest shale oil basins have shown that Halliburton’s QMAX Gas Bypass operates in higher gas oil ratio (GOR)
conditions and draws wells to pressures that were
previously unattainable with ESPs.
Environments
• Unconventional oil wells
• High-GOR wells unable to efficiently separate gas
by using standard gas-separation equipment
• Conversion wells from gas lift to ESP
• Gas-well dewatering
• Horizontal wells
• Gas-slugging wells
Features
• Patented separation system for high-GOR environments
for drawdown maximization
The Q-MAX Gas Bypass can be installed in conjunction
with a rotary gas separator and a pump charger. This
system is available in various restrictor sizes to tailor the
most efficient range of gas separation. In combination with
a variable speed drive, the system is capable of mitigating
gas slugs in horizontal wells to an extent that has not been
possible in the ESP industry.
• Abrasive resistant construction for sandy environments
• Flexible constructions enabling efficiency maximization
at different ranges
Benefits
• Expands production range through drawdown
maximization
The patented Q-MAX
Gas Bypass system can
increase production and
maximize drawdown in the
most challenging gas and
abrasive environments.
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• Significantly increases oil volume through downtime
and restart reduction in challenging environments
• Permits operating in previously inoperable high-GOR
wells, due to superior gas separation efficiency
Specifications
338 Series
Shaft Diameter Shaft
Rating
11/16 in.
7/8 in.
125 and 200 hp at 60 Hz
215 and 410 hp at 60 Hz
K-500 MONEL®, INCONEL® K-500 MONEL®, INCONEL®
Shaft Material
GOR Maximum Range
®
400 Series
3.38 in. (85.85 mm) 250 to 4.00 in. (101.60 mm) 75 to
Outside Diameter
3,500
6,000
®
MONEL and INCONEL are registered trademarks of Special Metals Corporation.
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Maximized Drawdown and Increased Production
A North American operator wanted to increase well drawdown
and stimulate gas production in a well previously produced by
gas lift where its 2,280 GOR prohibited ESP usage. Halliburton
installed the Q-MAX Gas Bypass in the ESP equipment string for
gas separation. After 12 months of operation, gas production
increased to 1,168 Mcf/d from 650 Mcf/d with pump intake
pressure drawdown of 850 psi.
Pump intake
pressure
400 600
drawdown of
850 psi
200
800
1000
0
psi
Incremental
gas volume of
80%
Separation Champion
In North America, a well’s 3,250 GOR created intermittent
operations and threatened the viability of the dual pay zone
completion. Halliburton proposed a test in which the well
would produce 30 days with a competitior’s rotary gas
separator (RGS) and then the RGS would be placed with a
Q-MAX Gas Bypass. After 20 days, the oil production of the
competitior’s RGS was 154 b/d (25 m3/d) with gas lock and
intermittent operations. The Q-MAX system’s oil production
was 95% larger at 300 b/d (48 m3/d), had continuous
operations, and drew the well down from 1,000 to 300 psi.
Pump intake
pressure
reduced
from 1,000 psi
to
300 psi
400 600
200
800
1000
0
psi
Total volume
increased
from 154 b/d
to 300 b/d
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Delivery
All of the ESP pumps are fully integrated into Halliburton’s industry-leading,
customer-oriented global service network. Beginning at the manufacturing
plant in China, which has provided high-quality ESP systems for operators
across the globe for over a decade, and then to the Halliburton Field
Service Technician who supervises the installation and startup of the
pumps on site, Halliburton’s quality-management system helps solve
challenges at any stage of the process for operators in mature
fields, unconventional resources, and deepwater. Control
of this work flow enables continuous improvement in
the hydraulic designs so that they fit customer-specific
requirements, improve operating efficiencies, and adapt
to the dynamic conditions of the oil field.
Halliburton’s Artificial Lift offerings help operators
increase recoverable hydrocarbons by selecting the
optimal lift method over the life of the well cycle
to enhance well drawdown and provide reliable
on-stream times that can maximize revenue and
decrease costly well interventions, leading directly to
increased customer profitability. Another important
value to the customer is the ability of our Artificial Lift
representative to collaborate across other Halliburton
product lines so that the recommended solution is
optimal not only from the pump selection point of view
but also as it relates to delivering value to the reservoir.
Halliburton’s foundry provides high-quality
ESP stages and assembled/tested pumps for
a variety of customers and applications all
across the world.
Halliburton’s process entails the latest
technology in hydraulics, metallurgy,
machining, and assembly, and the
quality is assured through the rigorous
quality-management system.
Halliburton technicians accompany the
ESP systems to the field and supervise the
installation and startup to maximize success.
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