SPE Online Education
Effect of Fluid Over Pump on the Reciprocation Sucker Rod System Performance
Recorded On: 10/20/2020
The application of the reciprocating pumping system growing steadily, with the improvement in the system technology, allows the application envelop of this system to open. Therefore, the need for better understanding the system performance is heavily required. Where predicting the dynamic responses and loads are critical, it is important to determine the operating situation and total system performance and output.
Usually the perception of reducing the fluid level over the pump will result in maximize well production and system overall efficiency. This not always true, in several cases increasing fluid over the pump lead to more production, improving subsurface pump volumetric efficiency and improving system efficiency.
The presentation will show results of a study investigating the effects of fluid level over pump, pump size, and pump setting depth on the sucker rod system performance.
This webinar is categorized under the Production and Operations technical discipline.
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Dr. Mohamed Ghareeb
Petroleum Engineering Staff, Future University, Egypt
M. Ghareeb has PhD in Petroleum Production Engineering with specialty in artificial lift and production engineering & operation. He is a member of petroleum engineering staff, Future University in Egypt.
M. Ghareed is a technical and business professional with over 34 years’ experience in oil & gas industry with long experience of business development, sales, marketing, operation, teaching and applications engineering covering Artificial lift design , operation and optimization (SRP, PCP, ESP, Jet and PL) for major service companies ( Lufkin, GE, Tundra process solutions (SSI) , Weatherford) and oil filed operations for a major operators ( ENI , Agiba, GPC).
M Ghareeb field experience includes the setup, installation, operation and optimization of different forms od artificial lift systems in Middle East, North Africa Russia Romania, Turkey and Brunei. Over the past years he also has played a major role in the practical training for the field staff and engineers in oil & gas production engineering and well operations for different major companies in the MENA, USA, Canada, Romania, Turkey and Far East.
He was SPE - Egyptian section president, program and membership chairperson. He published and presented over 55 technical papers. He chairs several technical sessions for local and international conferences and workshops. Currently he is committee member for ATCE 2020 and 2021, MEALF, SPE Middle East Artificial Lift conference. Also elected as board member for SPE Artificial Lift & Gas Well Deliquificaton Technical Section
M. Ghareeb is the 2011 and 2020 recipient of the SPE Regional Technical Award in Production & Operation.
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