CENesis Curve Tight-Radius System

Install an ESP through high buildup rates in horizontal wells
Decisions made during wellbore construction, particularly for deviated or horizontal wells, often limit an operator’s ability to install electrical submersible pumping (ESP) systems at the deepest possible setting depth. Because industry guidelines recommend not installing an ESP system through a buildup rate greater than 6° per 100 ft., systems are typically placed in the vertical section of the wellbore, which can adversely impact production.

Get closer to the payzone

The CENesis Curve™ tight-radius system from Baker Hughes overcomes this challenge, allowing operators to land the ESP system closer to the payzone to maximize production and reserve recovery. An entirely new design of the connection between ESP system components allows the system to reliably pass through buildup rates up to 25° per 100 ft. During installation, the mechanical stresses on the connections can make them the most vulnerable part of the system. The CENesis Curve threaded connection is able to withstand greater mechanical stresses than the standard bolted flange design, minimizing reliability issues.

Improve ESP system reliability

This innovative new system can reduce rig time, and its threaded connection helps avoid the risk of dropping bolts or tools down hole during installation.

Electrical Submersible Pumping Systems

Our electrical submersible pumping (ESP) systems solutions will optimize your production and the associated investments required to deliver increased value from your reservoir.

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