2017
DOI: 10.2118/183821-ms
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Brian A. Roth, J. J. Xiao, Mohannad Abdelaziz, John Mack, Yahya Sarawaq, Richard Reid, Andrew Helvenston

Abstract: Abstract Electric submersible pumps (ESPs) are a widely used artificial lift technology. Conventional ESP systems provide power with a cable banded to the outside of the tubing. These systems have drawbacks in terms of installation speed and efficiency. To overcome these obstacles, a novel cabledeployed (CD) ESP system developed for use in a high hydrogen sulfide (H2S) production environment is a future solution. This paper focuses on the challenges, results, and lessons learned from the first f…

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