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 on: August 01, 2008, 07:53:28 PM 
Started by Faisal - Last post by esp vicso
What is the Standard for the esp controller?

Is there a common standard among the esps? How best to write the specifications?

What I got from field, a standard esp controller should have:
1) Ampchart, 2) Monitor for Current, Voltage on 3 phases [today is electronically done] where you can set overload/underload, restart time delay. 3) Vacuum contactor as per rated amps required.4) Main disconnecting Switch, 5) Start/stop Button, The rests are optional.
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 on: August 01, 2008, 01:10:09 PM 
Started by Longtime CL employee - Last post by Longtime CL employee
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 on: July 29, 2008, 05:11:22 AM 
Started by RCasado - Last post by RCasado
CV Artificial Lift Engineer Esp Application Engineer

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Year of birth  1982

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Current Location/Address 
City or Town  El Tigre
State   Anzoategui 
Country  VENEZUELA

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Permanent/Home Location/Address 
State   Anzoategui 
Country  VENEZUELA

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Languages
Primary Language  Fluency 
Spanish  Read, write and speak fluently

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Nationalities 
Nationality By Birth  VENEZUELA
   

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Experience Classification 
Job Function  Years Experience
Lift Engineer  2
Industry  Years Experience
Oil and Gas  2

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Qualifications
Highest Qualifications  Degree

Qualification Subject  Establishment/Country  Year 
Degree Electrical Engineer Universidad Central de Venezuela / Venezuela 2005

Other Qualifications, Memberships, Certification
April 2007 – May 2007: ESP Application Engineer II. Schlumberger. Europe Learning Center. Melun – France.

October 2006 – November 2006: Sales Training Course I. Schlumberger. Caracas – Venezuela.

April 2006 – May 2006: ESP Application Engineer I. Schlumberger. Europe Learning Center. Melun – France.

March 2006: Well Completion, Testing and Artificial Lift. Schlumberger. Europe Learning Center. Melun – France.

October 2005: Oilfield Services (OFS 1). Schlumberger. Houston, Texas – USA.

November 2005: Light Vehicle Training. Schlumberger. Kellyville Training Center.
Tulsa, Oklahoma – USA.

March 2005: Utilizing Buses in Control Process Systems. Emerson Process Management. Caracas - Venezuela.

April 2005: Utilizing Industrial Instrumentation. INTRAVEN. Caracas – Venezuela.

April 2004: I Electrical Engineering Latin American Congress.Los Andes University. Mιrida - Venezuela.

April 2000 – January 2002: English as a Foreign Language. American Venezuelan Center. Caracas - Venezuela.

 


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Computer Skills and Software Used 
Programming Language: Visual Basic, C, Assembler, Pascal, SQL.
General: Microsoft Access, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Visio.
Applications: Matlab, Simulink, LabView, Maple, OrCad, PSpice, Opto22, DesignPro.
 

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Work Locations 
Are you willing to move or relocate?   
Yes - I will travel domestically
Yes - I will relocate domestically
Yes - I will travel internationally
Yes - I will relocate internationally 

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Availability
Start Immediately?   Available Now

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Ideal Next Job
Challenging, rewarding and multicultural job in which I can keep on developing all my potentials and skills, and have a good opportunity for growth.

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Required Salary & Conditions
6000 $/month + benefits

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Employment History
Total Years of Work Experience:   3
Commenced Full Time Work:   2005 
Name  Schlumberger
Job Title:  Esp Application Engineer
Duration  From : 2005 To: 

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Summary 

 

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Work Experience 
• Design, size and selection of Electrical Submersible Pump systems for oil well applications.
• Design, size and selection of Surface equipment (Variable Speed Drives, Step Down and Step up Transformers, Line and Load Harmonic Filters) for Electrical Submersible Pump systems for oil well applications.
• Surveillance and troubleshooting (using downhole Multisensor data) the performance of Electrical Submersible Pump systems installed in PDVSA – Dacion oil field (former ENI – Dacion project) in East Venezuela.
• Supervise technical personnel in charge of monitoring PDVSA – Dacion oil field (former ENI – Dacion project) wells in East Venezuela.
• Writing weekly and monthly financial and operation reports related to PDVSA – Dacion oil field (former ENI – Dacion project) activities.
• Coordinate logistics related to Electrical Submersible Pump system installation and pulling jobs in PDVSA – Dacion oil field.
• Technical support for Schlumberger Artificial Lift Sales Team in East Venezuela.
• Perform field installation and pulling jobs of Electrical Submersible Pump systems for oil well applications.
• Set and start up surface equipment (Variable Speed Drives, Step Down and Step up Transformers, Line and Load Harmonic Filters) for Electrical Submersible Pump systems for oil well applications.
• Assemble, disassemble and inspection of Electrical Submersible Pump system components (Pump, Motor, Protector, Intake, Gas Separator).
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 on: July 24, 2008, 11:51:27 AM 
Started by Reda 1 - Last post by Reda 1
Baker Hughes convicted of three felony counts for bribery and paying tens of millions of dollars in fines is the type of news that you don't want others to see, if you are a Baker Hughes employee.  And it should be news for a long time, for those that don't yet know. These felonies were recidivist - in other words, Baker Hughes was caught doing it once, and then kept on doing it.

Are  Baker Hughes employees still having to take tests and polls periodically asking if they've bribed anybody? If yes, then it remains news. It takes a long time to change cheater cultures.

That's what good companies like mine competes  with in the market - with cheaters like Baker Hughes. It's ethics. Hey, whose checking your pumps to see if they are to spec? Or are you "inspecting" your own pumps?
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 on: July 23, 2008, 06:26:49 AM 
Started by Artur - Last post by Artur
One of Russia's largest electrical submersible pump (ESP) manufacturers, Novomet, has entered a Joint Venture agreement with Dubai's Petrocomp FZCO.
Novomet is the fastest growing ESP manufacturer in the Russian Federation with an estimated 60,000 operating units.

In comparison, similar ESP units operating in the North Sea sector does not exceed 100 while in the Middle East there are approximately 5000 units deployed.


The Joint Venture was brokered and Framework Agreement drafted by Dubai legal and business support consultancy Hugh Fraser International-Ventures International (HFI-VI).
Novomet currently has 35% of the Russian ESP market and is growing fast. With a proactive and responsive approach to customer requirements and a patented technology which gives them a competitive advantage over other manufacturers, Novomet will be of enormous interest to Middle East oil and gas operators and contractors.

Petrocomp general manager, Ahmed Al Mashgari, said: "This is a perfect fit for both companies. Novomet has superb, innovative technology and the manufacturing capability to make a huge impact in the Middle East while Petrocomp has the market knowledge, marketing ability and an understanding of the different cultures involved, to make this happen.

"The ESP business is a very conservative market which makes penetration difficult, especially if you have to compete with established Western companies that have a long track record working with the unique characteristics of the oil reservoirs in this part of the world.

"But even in the short time since the JV was formed, we have already made great strides in some very tough markets where the barriers are traditionally very high, and I am confident this will result in generous returns for both partner companies."

HFI lawyer Amr El Sabahi, who oversaw the legal work associated with forming the JV, added: "The Novomet/Petrocomp JV is an excellent example of how HFI-VI can assist Russian companies contemplating investment opportunities in the Middle East.

"One of our great strengths is the diversity of the HFI team, who speak many languages including Arabic, English, Russian, French and Italian, and are comprised of different legal backgrounds that combine both the Anglo-American legal system and the civil law legal system.

"This helps us overcome any language barrier or any possible misunderstandings and shortens the negotiations, drafting and legalization stages, which results in ensuring the new business is up and running efficiently in a very short time."

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 6 
 on: July 22, 2008, 08:25:17 PM 
Started by Bankole - Last post by ESP Admin
Hello all,

I am a student currently working on my Thesis and was hoping to find some assistance here. Can anyone please direct me to sources for information on worldwide/regional ESP Statistics, run life, failure rates, applications etc. My project also seeks to relate downhole vibration to ESP failure (mechanical). Any information or references on these will be kindly appreciated. I am not too sure if this is the right section to post this but i hope it reaches some members!

Regards 


A personal message has been forwarded to you via the ESPLIFT.com internal mail system
with the name of an expert in this field together with his email address. He is a professional and a top forensic ESP specialist and works for Borets USA (Weatherford) .
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 on: July 21, 2008, 06:03:40 AM 
Started by Bankole - Last post by Bankole
Hello all,

I am a student currently working on my Thesis and was hoping to find some assistance here. Can anyone please direct me to sources for information on worldwide/regional ESP Statistics, run life, failure rates, applications etc. My project also seeks to relate downhole vibration to ESP failure (mechanical). Any information or references on these will be kindly appreciated. I am not too sure if this is the right section to post this but i hope it reaches some members!

Regards 
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 on: July 17, 2008, 12:01:56 PM 
Started by Bankole - Last post by Bankole
Hello all,

I am a student currently working on my Thesis and was hoping to find some assistance here. Can anyone please direct me to sources for information on worldwide/regional ESP Statistics, run life, failure rates, applications etc. My project also seeks to relate downhole vibration to ESP failure (mechanical). Any information or references on these will be kindly appreciated. I am not too sure if this is the right section to post this but i hope it reaches some members!

Regards 
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 9 
 on: July 09, 2008, 04:31:18 PM 
Started by Reda 1 - Last post by ESPengineer
If I am not mistaken the referenced SEC action against BHI was made public last year (2007).  This is not new news.
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 on: July 09, 2008, 10:39:34 AM 
Started by Salah71 - Last post by krowgrem
Absolutely right!   The only difference today is quality & control…otherwise all the pumps are Chinese.
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