This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Multiphase Pump User Roundtable (MPUR). This one-day event gives operators and manufacturers the opportunity to meet in an informal setting to explore the latest advancements and most exciting applications of this rapidly maturing technology.
The Multiphase Pump User Roundtable is an interactive forum, emphasizing
case study examples and field-proven technologies. By engaging, and
sometimes challenging the speakers, audience members play a crucial role
in facilitating the exchange of information. Our formula works to help
speakers set the stage, but it is the extended, interactive discussions
that tease out and explore critical issues related to this years theme.
Case study presentations will show how incorporating booster technology opens the door to success in a variety of development scenarios. Emphasis will be placed on the dramatic reduction in Capex provided by these solutions and the improved efficiency and reliability of subsea multiphase pumps.
While each case study is unique, the common element is a strong business case for the strategic application of technology in projects facing a strict FID. Attendees are encouraged to interact with presenters, ask pertinent questions and dig deep into the specifics of these projects.
Incorporating booster technology will open the door to success in a
variety of development scenarios. The Multiphase Pump User Roundtable
will present field experiences that highlight the value of booster pump
applications in various development solutions, maximizing early
production, enabling staged development programs, and eliminating the
need for additional HUB facilities. While each case study is unique, the
common element is a strong business case for the strategic application
of technology in projects facing a strict FID.
Event Locations and Dates:
Houston, TX: 1 Day event - May 3, 2018 | Facility: Chevron Corporate Office in Downtown Houston
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: 1-Day event - Nov. 22 and 23, 2018 | Facility: Petrobras University
Paris, France: 1-Day event - September 6, 2018 | Facility: Tour Coupole 2, Pleace Jean Millier 92078 Paris La Defense, France
Presenters: Bernard Quoix - Total E&P - Senior Fellow and Head of Rotating Machinery Department and Benoit
Ludot - Total E&P - Vice-President Deep Water & Subsea
Technical Presentation anticipated for MPUR workshops in 2018 include:
• Seafloor Multiphase and Single - Phase Boosting
• Seafloor Wet-Gas Compression
• Other Seafloor Pumping Topics such as Seawater Injection and Mud/Solids Pumping during Drilling
• New “Topsideless” Pump Technologies
• ESP Technologies for Gas-Handling and Improved Reliability
• Barrier Fluid Systems
• Onshore Twin-Screw Pump Applications (North America, South America, and Europe)
• New Uses of Multiphase Pump in Unconventional Pad-Based Developments
• New Uses of the Multiphase Pump Technology in Brownfield Applications (Seafloor Boosting)
• Proven Case-Histories - Enhanced Oil Recovery with multiphase pumps
• Monitoring Surveillance
**** Brazil event will include discussions on Metering
Who should attend:
This elite event gives thought leaders, decision makers and strategic
partnerships the opportunity to build stronger projects! While exclusive
to registered attendees our event is an informal setting for
professional persons with a level of authority within, their respected
company: Mechanical Engineer, Flow Assurance, Pre-Projects, SURF,
Architectural Project Manager, Facilities, Reservoir Engineer, and
Completions. The typical attendee has a background in multiphase
applications, and a baseline understanding of the specific issues being
address in each session and workshop. Not only does this interactive
platform bring the presentation material into better focus, it also
ensures the program content is responsive to the needs of each
The over-arching goal is for all involved to come away with a clear sense of how seabed multiphase boosting can impact the economics of their projects, maximizing early production, enabling staged development programs, and eliminating the need for additional HUB facilities.
An industry think tank led by a team of prestigious academics, Petroleum ETC takes a rigorous approach to educating and advancing energy professionals in new and emerging technologies through organizing industry events and conferences, training sessions, field trials, data review, case studies and offering validation of key findings. Our unique position affords us the ability to extend our expertise as collaborators as well as consultants. Originally founded in College Station, Texas, our corporate headquarters moved to Houston, Texas in 2013. We started as an operation with knowledge-sharing events worldwide on topics ranging from multiphase pumping, multiphase metering, hydraulic fracturing to reservoir engineering.