ACCESSESP COMPANY PROFILE: Harts E&P, Artificial Lift Techbook, Key Players, June 2015

Although its name might imply it’s only a provider of ESP pumps, AccessESP provides a much different service, said Todd Wray, vice president of Marketing and Sales. READ MORE

SURVIVING THE RENAISSANCE: Harts E&P, Artificial Lift Techbook, Technology Overview, September 2014

The unprecedented growth of the hydraulic fracturing industry in the U.S. has led to an energy renaissance for the country. But as the predominantly horizontal wells begin to mature, one basic concern arises: how to continue producing the wells to their fullest extent. READ MORE

OPTIMAL FORMS OF ARTIFICIAL LIFT: Upstream Pumping, February 2017

As horizontal wells in the US become more established and gradually age, operators are continually challenged to select the optimal forms of artificial lift to sustain maximum production. In the current market, increasing the overall value of a well has never been so vital. As a consequence, the artificial lift market will experience substantial growth over the next few years. READ MORE

CT FINANCIAL NEWS AND ACCESSESP ON HALLIBURTON/BAKER HUGHES UNION: CT Financial News, December 2014

Halliburton Co.’s (HAL) $34.6 billion deal to buy Baker Hughes Inc. (BHI) has global regulators delving deep into the pair’s plethora of businesses. Of particular interest are units where both or either company commands a leading presence. Key concerns are when Halliburton and Baker Hughes are conjoined, customers could be forced to pay higher prices in certain business lines. READ MORE

ARTIFICIAL LIFT ADVANCES BOOST INDUSTRY: The American Oil & Gas Reporter, June 2014

The ongoing and simultaneous development of multiple liquids-rich unconventional plays – including the Bakken, Eagle Ford, Permian Basin, Niobrara, Woodbine/Eaglebine, Utica and Mississippian Lime–and their wells’ hyperbolic decline curves have increased the demand for more efficient, flexible and automated artificial-lift solutions. READ MORE

SWAPPING TO A RIGLESS SYSTEM: Upstream & Midstream Operations, April 2017

Operators may reduce the cost of operating electric submersible pump (ESP) wells by installing an ESP deployment system, which allows the ESP to be replaced through tubing using slickline. The technology can be beneficial in remote areas such as the Arctic, jungles, deserts or offshore locations, where changing a traditional ESP would take a long time because of rig availability/ scheduling or cost a substantial amount because of loss of production. READ MORE

A SIMPLE SOLUTION: Oilfield Technology, April 2015

Increasing the overall value of a well has never been so critical. The artificial lift market will witness substantial growth over the next few years, and ESPs have been a neglected technology due to dated, rig-based, intrusive conveyance methods. AccessESP is changing the way ESP systems are deployed and utilized, in order to make them a more practical option in locations where they were not previously considered. READ MORE

INNOVATION FROM SMALLER SERVICE FIRMS: Oil and Gas Financial Journal, December 2014

The oil and gas industry has long been known for slow adoption of new ideas. However, there are always innovators and creative entrepreneurs trying new things. These innovative people found in most companies, but often pursue their ideas in smaller firms where they have more freedom to experiment. READ MORE

NORTH AMERICA EXPECTED TO CONTINUE ITS DOMINANCE IN ARTIFICIAL LIFT MARKET: Harts E&P, Artificial Lift Techbook, Key Players, June 2015

About 2 million oil wells are in operation worldwide, and more than 1 million wells use some form of artificial lift, according to SPE International. In fact, 96% of oil wells in the U.S. require artificial lift from the very beginning, according to Research and Markets. READ MORE

WHAT’S NEW IN ARTIFICIAL LIFT? World Oil, June 2014

Continuing last month’s “What’s new in artificial lift?” discussion, this report covers recent developments in the areas of electric submersible pumps (ESPs), progressive cavity pumps (PCPs) and plunger lift developments. READ MORE

OFFSHORE RIGLESS CONVEYANCE SYSTEM: Sea Technology, April 2017

Operators in challenging offshore locations continually seek to select optimal forms of artifcial lift to sustain maximum production, and there are a variety of different options available for the purpose: electric submersible pumps (ESPs), sucker-rod lift, plunger lift, gas lift, chemical lift, progressive cavity pumps (PCPs) and hydraulic pumping systems. READ MORE