Training Programs

ETC’s products may seem simple, but there is quite a bit of intelligence just below the surface. We are committed to ensuring that our customers and partners know how to effectively setup and operate our products to get the most value possible.

Please check out our upcoming live interactive training sessions and sign up to reserve your spot. If you can’t make these sessions, please do check out the pre-recorded sessions that you can take on your own schedule. If there is a topic that you would like training on, please contact us and we will do our best to build and deliver a course in the near future.

Upcoming Live Training Sessions

Modbus Communications Basics
Modbus is the most common protocol used in the oilfield. In many cases, understanding the protocol and configuring devices to talk to each other is left to I&E, electricians, and developers. This course explains the fundamentals of serial communications and Modbus so that anyone can have a basic understanding of the protocol and how to use it.

ALiEn2 Optimization Techniques
The ALiEn2 line of plunger controllers can operate autonomously or as part of a SCADA system. It is capable of a number of different advanced optimization modes that allow it to adapt to any plunger lift well. In this course, we step through each of the available modes to explain how they fundamentally work, equipping you with the information you need to decide which mode to use for a given well.

Recorded Training Sessions

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Presentation Slides

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Case Studies

Major producer in South Texas uses ALiEn2 to achieve 16,000% ROI

The ALiEn2 plunger controller replaced a competitive controller on a plunger lift well that was not meeting production expectations. Production was doubled within 12 days and the well has continued producing at the higher rate since.

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Cyclops proves 100% accuracy, becomes standard for major producer in the San Juan Basin

The Cyclops sensor was installed on wells that were frequently missing plunger arrivals, leading to 100% reliable detection of the plunger.

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