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Artificial Lift Technology & Production Operations | 2012 Olympics Petroleum School

Oil & Gas Academy

Monday, 30 July 2012 at 09:00 - Friday, 3 August 2012 at 17:00 (BST)

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Oil & Gas Academy 2012 Olympics Petroleum School

The Oil & Gas Academy 2012 Olympics Petroleum School offers delegates a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit the United Kingdom when London will become the first city to officially host the modern Olympic Games three times, having previously done so in 1908 and in 1948.

The Oil & Gas Academy Olympics Petroleum School takes place in the bustling city of Manchester, less than 3 hours away from London by train, offering delegates an opportunity to participate in the nationwide celebrations around the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, “the most exciting time in British history”.

Travel connections between London and Manchester offer unrivalled access to a host of Olympic sporting events as the UK welcomes 700,000 Olympic visitors. The Oil & Gas Academy 2012 Olympics Petroleum School programme is conveniently scheduled to provide delegates ample sight-seeing opportunities during this exciting time. We look forward to welcoming you in Manchester.

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Artificial Lift Technology & Production Operations

Learning objectives

At the end of this course the participants will have knowledge of the physics of fluid movements from the reservoir to the surface installations by means of artificial lift methods. Well bore inflow and outflow performance calculations, using nodal analysis techniques will enable the participants to choose the correct type of artificial lift method.

Who Should Attend

Supervisors & Engineers

What You Will Learn

Course Content

  • Fluid flow fundamentals 
  • PVT sampling 
  • Inflow performance relationships, Multiphase flow 
  • Nodal analysis technology 
  • Overview of outflow by means of artificial lift 
  • Comparison of artificial lift systems i.e. Artificial lift analysis using measured data
  • Artificial lift selection
  • Beam (rod) pump systems  including Dynamometers, Troubleshooting, Pump off controls and Optimization
  • Progressive Cavity Pumps - design, fluid viscosity, slip, power requirements, diagnosis, cost issues, Pump off controls and Optimization
  • Electric submersible pumps (ESP) their applications, design and the selection of ESP's Installation, Operations, Runlife, Pump off controls and Optimization, use of VSD’s
  • Principles of gas lift  
  • Gas Lift Systems 
  • Design and operations of Intermittent vs. continuous systems, icw plunger lift

Course Venue

The course takes place at Peter House, the landmark building in the centre of Manchester’s established and vibrant business district, with views overlooking Barbirolli Square and St. Peter’s Square.

The course is delivered in a small, intimate classroom environment ensuring you have one-to-one contact with the course leader.

About the Presenter

Groote, G.J. (B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering) has more than 25 years international working experience in upstream oil & gas operating companies. He developed through production supervision, planning & programming positions which included computerisation: EPPROMS, compilation of comp. standards, offshore installation manager to coordinator automation Production Administration through SAP. Presently he is Operations Management consultant / Coordinator Production Administration automation / Production operations lecturer.

About Oil & Gas Academy

Our vision is to make world-class continuing education available to all petroleum professionals at an affordable price.

Our Petroleum Schools held in different parts of the world cover a wide variety of technical and management courses in E&P taught by a truly international faculty consisting of highly qualified and experienced Learning Consultants.

Do you have questions about Artificial Lift Technology & Production Operations | 2012 Olympics Petroleum School? Contact Oil & Gas Academy

When & Where


Piccadilly House
49 Piccadilly
M1 2AP Manchester
United Kingdom

Monday, 30 July 2012 at 09:00 - Friday, 3 August 2012 at 17:00 (BST)


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Oil & Gas Academy

Oil & Gas Academy is a Training Services Provider as well as a Research & Development organisation.

Our vision is to make world-class continuing education available to all petroleum professionals at an affordable price.

Our Petroleum Schools held in different parts of the world cover a wide variety of technical and management courses in E&P taught by a truly international faculty consisting of highly qualified and experienced Learning Consultants.


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