An AccessESP rigless ESP conveyance system – the only through-tubing, slickline-deployed ESP solution – has been in continuous service for more than one year since it was pulled and reinstalled for ConocoPhillips in a Permian Basin well.
AccessESP has unveiled its fourth-generation rigless ESP conveyance system, the Access375. Features include a state-of-the-art, single-section permanent magnet motor.
Artificial Lift Company has changed its name to AccessESP to better communicate the value proposition of its practical ESP conveyance technologies.
Artificial Lift Company has successfully deployed its rigless ESP system for Total in the Republic of Congo. The system was installed, conveyed, and retrieved during a system integration test (SIT) in a water well near the Djeno terminal.
An Artificial Lift Company rigless ESP system successfully pulled from and reinstalled in a ConocoPhillips West Texas well has been in continuous service for more than 180 days. This project is testing the durability of the fourth-generation system and its suitability for producing wells in Alaska, north of the Arctic Circle.
Artificial Lift Company has worked with a major operator to install the first completion with their new generation rigless electric submersible pump system in an Alaska North Slope well.