In 1916, a young Russian engineer named Armais Arutunoff developed a submergible electric motor and centrifugal pump for use in water wells, mines and ships. Within a few short years, he and Oklahoma oil tycoon Frank Phillips would revolutionize the petroleum industry. This week on LoyalTV, join us in Bartlesville for a look at how his novel invention pioneered oil production and was the foundation for the world's largest ESP manufacturing company.