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Selection Criteria for Artificial Lift System Based on the Mechanical Limits: Case Study of Golfo San Jorge Basin
SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition
The Golfo San Jorge basin is the oldest productive basin of Argentina, and is located in south Patagonia. With 12,630 active oil wells, the basin produces 269,937 bpd of oil, and 2.9 MM bdp of water. The artificial lift systems are distributed as follows: 9,648 Sucker Rod Pumps (SRP), 1,615 Progressing Cavity Pumps (PCP) and 1,336 Electric Submersible Pumps (ESP). There are some important experiences with gas lift, plunger lift and hydraulic jet pump, but are not considered in this study. Closedoi:10.2118/124737-ms fatcat:hey5hrkrtvcedkqxuo4ixrynei