HOUSTON – April 3, 2019 – AccessESP announced today the first rigless wireline retrievable electric submersible pump installation in Brunei, a collaborative operation effort between Brunei Shell Petroleum and AccessESP. This installation in Brunei is the first of many planned in the region, adding to the population of systems already deployed in North America, Africa and the Middle East targeting the improves E&P operators’ lifting costs and profitability, minimizing deferred production and extending asset economic life.
This milestone confirms AccessESP’s position as an industry leader for rigless ESP deployment. AccessESP, a Houston-based provider of a unique and differentiating thru-tubing wireline retrievable ESP (electric submersible pump) solution to the global industry, developed a proprietary technology that provides an efficient and cost-effective solution for ESP thru-tubing installation and retrieval by means of standard slickline, wireline or coiled tubing on a live well.
AccessESP has long-running installations in well deviations up to horizontal, leveraging a well proven ESP deployment technology in sections which has been in use by the industry since 1997.
David Malone, AccessESP President and CEO, commented: “We are very excited to announce this deployment in Brunei. Working collaboratively with BSP – Brunei Shell Petroleum enable us to further our mission of providing our customers with our best-in-class products and services to maximize well productivity while lowering HS&E exposures associated with heavy workover activities and well intervention costs. We look forward to the continuation and expansion of our operations in Brunei and other areas around the world.”
Ed Sheridan, AccessESP Regional Manager Asia – Pacific, added: “I am extremely proud to announce this first of a series of installations in Brunei. This deployment is an enormously important development for AccessESP in the region confirming our position as leaders in rigless ESP deployment technology.”