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An operator in Quito, Ecuador had a vertical
well with a hydraulic pump system installed
in 7-in. casing and set at 9,400-ft. The well
operated with 80% water cut and well IP
of 0.2 BFPD/psi. Abrasives were present
in the fluid and for more than five years,
production remained around 500 BFPD with
a strong waterflood and high maintenance
costs. The old method of operation was
adequate for many years, and the operator
had a normal routine of using hydraulic
pump systems in certain lower-flow-rate
wells. Hydraulic pumps had always been
the most economic means for production.
The operator accepted regular workovers on
those wells with abrasives and higher gas-tooil
ratios (GOR) as necessary for operations.
The hydraulic pump system had lower
efficiency levels. The operator contacted
Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE), for
more information about an alternative
artificial lift method to increase production,
handle abrasives, and reduce OPEX. flexpump-productionwave-increased-revenue-3-million-usd-equador-cs.pdf