Wireline Retrievable ESP (WRESP)
Permanent Magnet Motor (PMM)
Research and Engineering
The WRESP began development in 1995, with the current generation in the field since 2014. There have been 21 permanent completions installed with 35 slickline run/retrievals.
The AccessESP PMM forms the heart of the retrievable ESP system and is now in its fourth generation. It is approximately 1/5 the length and weight of an equivalent conventional motor.
AccessESP has an ongoing program of technology testing and development with major operators. These target key technical limitations of ESP completions to the funding operators.
Wireline Retrievable ESP (WRESP)
The WRESP began development in 1995, with the current generation in the field since 2014. There have been 21 permanent completions installed with 35 slickline run/retrievals.
Permanent Magnet Motor (PMM)
The AccessESP PMM forms the heart of the retrievable ESP system and is now in its fourth generation. It is approximately 1/5 the length and weight of an equivalent conventional motor.
Research and Engineering
AccessESP has an ongoing program of technology testing and development with major operators. These target key technical limitations of ESP completions to the funding operators.