Artificial Lift Company becomes AccessESP
- Business & Finance
Artificial Lift Company (ALC) has changed its name to AccessESP, saying it would now better communicate the value proposition of the company’s unique and practical electric submersible pump (ESP) conveyance technologies. The company unveiled its name, logo and website today.
AccessESP’s new name reflects the industry’s need to radically simplify the process of deploying ESPs while providing easy full bore access to the reservoir in ESP lifted wells.
For remote well sites with challenging logistics as well as offshore locations, maximizing the value of ESP wells while simplifying the conveyance of ESPs without a costly workover rig is crucial, the company has explained in a press release.
Since 2008, AccessESP’s streamlined technological focus has provided simplified rigless conveyance solutions that greatly reduce intervention cost, non-productive time and lost production. The company has conveyed ESPs using its technology for international and national oil companies around the world.
“I am pleased to announce our company’s name change to AccessESP, a name that accurately reflects our unique technology. This also serves as an opportunity to reintroduce our approach where we partner with ESP providers to deliver a rigless, slickline deployable, through tubing, full bore access ESP solution that provides all the functionality of a conventional ESP,” said David Malone, president and chief executive officer (CEO), AccessESP.
AccessESP’s management team is based at its headquarters in Houston and includes seven executives including Malone; Ahmed Allouache, vice president and chief financial officer; Todd C. Wray, vice president of marketing and sales; Greg Nutter, vice president of operations and QHSE; Dwayne Leismer, vice president of engineering; Graham Anderson, region manager; and Dan Theriault, manufacturing manager.