AccessESP Installs First Access375 Systems

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

April 28, 2016

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AccessESP, a leading provider of rigless electric submersible pump (ESP) conveyance solutions for the worldwide oil industry, has successfully installed two of its new Access375 systems on the North Slope of Alaska, the first commercial deployments of this system.

Both the first and second installations of the Access375 annular flow permanent completion with 130-horsepower Access375 retrievable assemblies were completed flawlessly, with no lost time in August and October 2015, respectively, saving hours in deployment time when compared to traditional ESP systems.

“We are excited to announce that the first commercial installations of our Access375 system were successfully deployed without a hitch,” said David Malone, chief executive officer, AccessESP. “AccessESP is committed to providing our customers with solutions designed to reduce the workover and intervention costs of replacing failed ESP systems by allowing operators to deploy and retrieve ESPs with a standard slickline unit. Our second-generation Access375 advantage system does just that by offering more robust operations and increased flexibility, and is considered the first true thru-tubing deployed ESP system.”

To date, both systems are operating and producing as expected.

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