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artificial lift

artificial lift

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ARTIFICIAL LIFTAN INTRODUCTION
 
Reservoir characterstics
IPR
A well’s inflow performance relationship defines its production
potential
Liquid
 
production
 
rate
The anticipated production rate is acontrolling factor in selecting a lift method
Gas-liquid
 
ratio
A high GLR generally lowers the efficiency of pump-assisted lift
Viscosity
Viscosities less than 10 cp are generally not a factor inselecting a lift method; high-viscosity fluids can cause difficulty,
Other
 
reservoir problems
Sand, paraffin, or scale can causeplugging and/or abrasion. Presence of H
2
S, CO
2
or salt water cancause corrosion. Downhole emulsions can increase backpressureand reduce lifting efficiency. High bottomhole temperatures canaffect downhole equipment.

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