Multiphase Pump User Roundtable
Over the past two decades, MPUR has grown to become an elite event in the ever-evolving multiphase pump industry.
Artificial lift provides an affordable means to maintain production and generate cash-flow when drilling has become uneconomical. MPUR being the leading industry experts together to foster the exchange of key learning: Deepwater – Affordability to reduce cost and time to deployment. For the past 3 years MPUR has led the way in standardization discussion with API, IEEE and other initiatives…moving away from the custom design seen for every pump build so far a toward collaboration between end-users. Onshore Unconventional – Artificial lift moves into the for front to add production from existing wells and offset declines in production from Frac’ed wells. Wellhead multiphase pumping/compression is the MOST fundamental form of artificial lift and MPUR features all the Leading suppliers and key end user success stories. ESP’s- An emerging area of multiphase pumping where reliability and improved gas-handling have been the themes of past events. MPUR provides a focused forum to discuss advances for both onshore and deepwater. Prepare your abstracts for MPUR-2017 and get your company involved with the planning the upcoming event.
At MPUR, you can interact with everyone from oil & gas operators and manufacturers to regulators, researchers, and students. MPUR fosters the sharing of emergent ideas in multiphase pumping.
PetroleumETC is currently organizing the strategy sessions and more information on the event will be reviewed and published mid-November. Thank you for your interest in continuing to support and grow MPUR’s elite event.
ABSTRACT CALL : February 28th, 2017 (Extended Date)
MPUR has received latest testing, most historic lessons in case histories, greatest potential abstracts in previous years; let’s give everyone a run for there money and pump out an incredible agenda thus far.
Presentation topics include:
- Case Histories on Multiphase Pumping (seafloor, topside-offshore and landmark onshore applications)
- Multiphase ESP Technology and Case Histories (in-well, horizontal and caisson)
- ESP High Quality/Reliability Developments
- Monitoring Techniques for Pumps (fiber optic, signal, bearing load, shaft position etc)
- Technology and Laboratory Testing
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