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ESP Safety Aspects

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Course Credit: 0.15 CEU, 1.5 PDH

Part 1: Setting the Scene for ESP Safety or ESP Safety Conventional.


High volume ESP systems necessitate high voltage and involve high pressures. Managing high volumes, pressures, and voltage effectively requires careful planning and job evaluation. This session discusses the conventional ESP system components and processes requiring a critical look during selection and job planning, including onsite preparations.

Part 2: The Greening of ESP: PMM Safety Aligned for Performance & Reliability.


The number of ESP installations with Permanent Magnet Motor (PMM) is rapidly increasing. This session introduces the differences between induction and permanent management motors and how it changes the job planning process. Topics addressed are passive safety, active safety, and well control procedures.

Part 3: ESP System Model Comparing Factors that go into safety Evaluations.


This session focuses on often thought of but overlooked aspects of electrical safety and operational safety. It discusses the calculations that go into safety evaluations and monitoring tools and processes during RIH and POOH steps.

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Earn credits by completing this course0.15 CEU credit1.5 PDH credits


Dennis Harris
Dr. Rajan Chokshi
Richard Delaloye
Walter Dinkins