Monitoring and Optimization
Monitor real-time data to optimize ESP performance and production operations
Remote, real-time data monitoring is an invaluable tool for optimizing ESP or PCP operation and well production. Our team of Application and Surveillance Engineers helps customers improve ESP operations and total production by providing expert surveillance, application, or operational recommendations based on deep experience managing and supporting thousands of producing wells around the world. Three levels of support are available.
Real-time Data Monitoring
Borets provides a secure, online interactive dashboard so customers can remotely monitor their ESP wells in real-time 24/7. Highly customizable, the dashboard can be configured to monitor and report alarm set points, operating parameters, and performance trends.
ESP and well performance are monitored daily and analyzed on a monthly basis. Borets application and production engineering experts provide diagnosis of issues and proactive recommendations to improve and optimize production.
Gas Lock Ride Thru Software
Available for Axiom II variable speed drives (VSDs), the new Gas Lock Ride Thru software is the latest in surface-control software helping ESP systems to perform better at greater risk of becoming gas locked. The software enables the drive to detect gas lock conditions and adjust ESP speed accordingly. It can adjust motor speed faster to help overcome smaller gas bubble events and is able to reduce motor speed as required to help the ESP manage longer-duration gas slugs.
Key inputs configured at surface include:
- Gas lock detection threshold – the underload current level at which the drive considers the conditions that may exist for gas lock.
- Gas lock detection time – the time duration over which the drive output current remains at or below the preset gas lock detection threshold before the drive accelerates/decelerates to the gas lock speed.
- Gas lock speed – the frequency (speed) to which the drive sets when gas lock conditions are detected.
- Gas lock dwell time – the duration (in seconds) over which the adjusted gas lock speed is maintained until the drive re-evaluates conditions. The speed does not return to the original value if the gas lock condition persists.