Multiphase Pump User Roundtable

 The Multiphase Pump User Roundtable (MPUR) has developed an industry leading formula for sharing learnings and generating discussion exclusively on topics associated with multiphase pumping.  Join us for the 20th annual MPUR as Dr. Stuart L Scott returns to Chair the event he founded.  We invite you to benefit from the exceptionally strong program developed by our Distinguished Advisory Board.

What is MPUR? MPUR was created to foster the sharing of experiences and emergent ideas in multiphase pumping. MPUR is the only event solely focused on multiphase pumping.  MPUR has a strong “end-user” emphasis with a Distinguished Advisory Board comprised of companies such as BP, Chevron, ExxonMobil, Shell, Statoil and Total.  The event is based on end-user presentations and features strong end-user leadership in discussion and technology panel sessions.   MPUR is first to receive historic case histories and the latest field-trail and testing results; often years before they appear in oil & gas conferences and journals.  MPUR is supported by the leading multiphase pump equipment suppliers whose active involvement brings discussion on the latest emerging technologies. Over the past two decades, MPUR has grown to become an elite event in the ever-evolving multiphase pump industry.

Who Attends MPUR?  MPUR is attended by engineers, managers, researchers and industry thought-leaders in the upstream oil & gas business.  Typically, attendance is split between end-users and equipment suppliers and researchers.  The event is of interest to engineering disciplines such as production, process, facilities, rotating equipment, electrical and SURF.  Due to the strategic nature of the presentations and discussion, MPUR is well attended by development/operations managers, project team leaders and members of integrated development/venture teams including reservoir engineers.

 

Abstract Call November 1st, 2017

Key Topics for MPUR-2018:

  • Case Histories – Multiphase Pump Users
  • Onshore – Multiphase Pumps in Pad-Based Developments “Unitize existing field developments, centralize multiphase flow pipelines, and reducing environmental impact and footprint, cost savings from regulatory fees by adapting multiphase flow”
  • Emerging Multiphase Pump Technologies – Multiphase Pump Users Looking to Other Industries for Optimization (Digital Surveillance, Cloud Usage, Automation) for Tiebacks, ESPs, and all multiphase pumps
  • Technical Specification for Multiphase Pumps – Corrosion Inhibitors “Linked to Stabilizing the Flow Regime, Neutralization of the phenomenon created by reservoir pressure, and Multiphase Flow Viscosity Tests”
  • Cost Reduction Strategies – Reduce Intervention Setbacks

Location:

Norris Centers – Houston 816 Town & Country Blvd. Suite 210 Houston, Texas 77024
May 4, 2017

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MPUR Supporters

Advisory Board:

Dr. Stuart L
Scott

Event Coordinator:

Amanda Scott
Phone: (979) 777-9300
Cell: (832)876-2291
Fax: (713) 621-9857
Email: amanda@fracschool.com

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