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Get your copy of "Operator saved cost of motor replacement by reusing encapsulated motor"

An operator in the Williston basin wanted
to accelerate the initial production of
unconventional, Bakken wells before
switching to a lower-flow pump. The wells
had deep setting depths, high bottomhole
temperatures, and high levels of gas in the
production fluid. The Artificial Lift Systems
team of Baker Hughes, a GE company
(BHGE), designed an electrical submersible
pumping (ESP) system capable of
operating in these challenging conditions.
The downhole motor, a critical component
of the ESP system, was designed for the
elevated temperatures and harsh operating
conditions characteristic of the Bakken. The
patented process of encapsulating the motor
windings and end coils in epoxy improves
heat dissipation, increasing reliability at
elevated operating temperatures. esp-motor-saved-cost-of-motor-replacement-bakken_cs.pdf