Raise Production Inc. has developed a flexible and staged approach to artificial lift for deviated and horizontal wellbores which are intended to work together to achieve ultimate hydrocarbon recovery.
After initial flush production from a new multi-fractured horizontal wellbore, all wells exhibit the same pattern of significant declines in the first 6-24 months. The frac pressures are greater than the formation pressure and eventually dissipate, at which time it is back to natural reservoir pressure to flow fluids along the horizontal section.
DIVIDE THE WELLBORE into Vertical and Horizontal flow scenarios that can be controlled. Vertical flow is well understood and the various flow regimes are controllable as the well ages and the flowing pressures decrease.
In contrast, horizontal flow from a reservoir is a relatively new concept to the industry. Raise has gained intrinsic empirical knowledge through numerous installations of multiple pumps along the horizontal wellbore. With this knowledge, Raise has developed the solutions necessary to overcome the complex horizontal flow challenges.
Through use of its proprietary technology, Raise provides both Evolutionary and Revolutionary “Life of the Well” Artificial Lift Solutions.
Beyond The Build
Controlled Flow Optimization
- Flow management to facilitate fuild separation
- Sand control prior to pump intake
- Address frictional concerns
- Wireline or tubing set
- Run on end of tubing or as a velocity tube
Thru-Tubing Recovery Flowtube
- Increases drawdown
- Facilitates gas separation
- Unlimited by well geometry or deviations
- Engineered for specific well conditions
Recovery Flowtube With DynaholdTM / DynapackTM
- Wireline deployed thru-tubing & conventional placement in the wellbore
- Flowtube located separate from pump & tubing
- Reaches previously inaccessible reserves
- Installation services & equipment available by request
Beyond The Build Is Adaptable For Use With
- Plunger Lift
- Electric Submersible Pumps
- Progressing Cavity Pumps
- Hydraulic Submersible Pumps
High Angle Lift
- High compression strokes eliminate gas-locking
- Increased efficiency with reduced rod and tubing wear
- Normally closed and guided valves
- Internal solids elimination
- Articulated features allow >15o deflection
- Can land below tangent or in wells with no tangent
- Better lift efficiency and slower stroke speed
Horizontal Wellbore Production System
- Can be run & retrieved in close tolerance wellbores
- Multiple pumps with reliable activation
- Maximizes reservoir drawdown
- Access trapped or stranded reserves