Abstracts

Title Presenters Topic
(01) SUCKER ROD PUMP ROOT CAUSE FAILURE ANALYSIS

Fred W. Clarke

Murphy Exploration and Production

 

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(02) ALTERNATIVE MEASURE OF THE RATE OF CORROSION

Carter Copeland and Bruce Martin
Owl Energy Services, Ltd.

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(03) IMPROVE HORIZONTAL ROD PUMP OPERATIONS UTILIZING ISOLATED TAILPIPE

Brian Ellithorp, James N. McCoy and Lynn Rowlan
Echometer Company

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(04) FIBERGLASS ROD DESIGN AND LOAD HANDLING

Ryan Gernentz, Karol Hricisak, Jairo Ocando and Dustin Martin
Endurance Lift Solutions

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(05) INFERRED PRODUCTION TESTING OF OIL AND GAS WELLS

S.G Gibbs and Ken Nolen, Greenshot, LLC

Rowland Ramos, Pioneer Natural Resources

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(06) CONVERSION OF ESP TO ROD PUMPING SYSTEM WITH AN IMPROVED GAS SEPARATOR SYSTEM IN DEPLETED WELLS

Gustavo Gonzalez, and Kyle Greer
Odessa Separators Inc.
Melinda Alleman and Brian Lewis, ConocoPhillips 

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(07) PERFORMANCE CASE STUDY OF A STATIC/CENTRIFUGAL DOWNHOLE GAS SEPARATOR IN GASSY WELLS (BROAD OAK ENERGY)

Gustavo Gonzalez, Luis Guanacas and Bob Greer
Odessa Separator Inc.

Greg Wilkes, Broad Oak Energy

 

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(08) SAND CONTROL METHODS TO IMPROVE ESP OPERATIONAL CONDITIONS AND RUN TIME

Gustavo Gonzalez and Luis Guanacas 
Odessa Separator Inc.

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(09) STATIC GAS SEPERATION INCREASES ESP EFFICIENCY IN COLOMBIAN FIELD

Gustavo Gonzalez, Randy Simonds and Diego Pinto
Odessa Separator Inc.

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(10) PRODUCTION OPTIMIZATION THE BALANCE-PORTED VALVE IN THE PERMIAN BASIN

Rick Haydel, Jack Brink, Gary Gassiott, Joseph Bourque, Ray Dees, Chris Daigle, and Jacob Leger  
Altec Inc. 

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(11) SRP PUMP CLEARANCE

James F. Lea and Mike Brock
PLTech, LLC

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(12) FOCUSED PRODUCTION MEASUREMENT

Jay Miller

Tech-Flo Consulting, LLC

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(13) VORTEX TOOLS FOR HORIZONTAL LATERALS OIL PRODUCTION ENHANCEMENT

Colin McKay Miller, Alan Miller,  and Richard C. Haas
Vortex Tools

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(14) TICKETLESS TRACKING OF PRODUCED WATER FROM THE CRADLE TO THE GRAVE WITHOUT HUMAN INVOLVEMENT

Fred Newman

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(15) PRACTICAL AUTOMATION FOR FACILITIES ENGINEERS

Kyle Richter
Occidental Permian, Ltd.

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(16) GAS SEPARATOR SELECTION AND PERFORMANCE

Jim McCoy, Lynn Rowlan, Brian Ellithorp, Echometer Company

Tony Podio, Univeristy of Texas at Austin

 

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(17) OVER-TRAVEL CAN OCCUR ON BOTH THE UPSTROKE AND DOWN STROKE

O. Lynn Rowlan, Carrie Anne Taylor and Ryan P. Craig

Echometer Company

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(18) CORROSION- FATIGUE RESISTANT SUCKER RODS

Rodrigo Ruiz, Gustavo Alvarez, Edgardo Lopez, 
James Few, and Jeff Harris
Tenaris

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(19) PREVENTING FAILURES FROM THE POLISHED ROD CLAMP TO THE DIP TUBE

Rodney Sands
Dover ALS/Harbison Fischer

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(20) MITIGATING SLUG FLOW AND TRANSITIONING FROM GAS LIFTING TO ROD PUMPING RESULTS IN SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN MULTIPLE WELL NPVs

Jeff Saponja and Dave Kimery
Production Plus Energy Services Inc.
Greg Wilkes
Broad Oak Energy ll LLP
 

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(21) ADVANCED SUCKER ROD MATERIAL REDUCES WEAR IN UNCONVENTIONAL WELLS-CASE HISTORIES

Seth Silverman, Hess Corp.
Diane Nielsen and William Nielsen, Materion Corp.

 

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(22) ENHANCING FAILURE ANALYSIS THROUGH THE USE OF ROD PUMP SERVICE DATA

Zackary D. Smith, and Jonathan Dove 
Don-Nan Pump & Supply

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(23) FACTORS AFFECTING STEEL RODS AND ROD GUIDES

Arun Sriraman
UPCO INC./Dover Artifical Lift

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(24) MATURE ASSETS IN THE PERMIAN BASIN SHOW SIGNIFICANT PRODUCTION INCREASES WITH PLUNGER LIFT

Mike Swihart
Production Lift Companies

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(25) BEST OF BOTH WORLDS FROM PROPPANT DISTRIBUTION TO FRACTURE

Vidya S Bammidi
Keane Group

Drilling Operations