What is the "New Normal" for the Oil & Gas Industry?
The results of oversupply and market price crash combined with the pandemic have likely left you looking for even more ways to get benefits out of existing resources and facilities. With the squeeze on revenue and CAPEX we have seen a trend that will focus on extending plateau production instead of drilling new wells. And as the market permits you will also bring on-line wells that have been choked back or shut in. To keep production running with rapidly declining wells, you could be pushed to do costly drilling instead of looking for ways to get added years of revenue out of existing wells. And still with less oil production, there is still the issue of methane release, which is more potent to the environment and has become a hot topic of conversation. Below, we have suggested solutions to these issues, and more.
If you have shut-in wells that you are planning to restart, you will encounter issues that may strain your current equipment and artificial lift systems. Avoid excessive load and complications from gas cap surges and water ingress. With a Leistritz Multiphase Well Service Pump Unit, you can greatly reduce the shock to ESPs, sucker rod pumps and plungers while at the same time manage any production issues as your wells come back flowing again. Check out our Mobile Unit to restart your wells pad by pad.
Boosting the multiphase flow in a single flowline downstream to the process or gas treatment facility can better capture valuable hydrocarbons, which makes sense even in a depressed commodity market. Additionally, eliminating stock tanks and reducing production site equipment can achieve better control of methane emissions. Check out our line of Multiphase Pumping Systems to take control of emissions.
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Multiphase Pumps: The Ultimate Tool for Surface Production Technology
For many years, the Oil and Gas Industry has relied on Twin-Screw Pumps to operate reliably and economically in crude oil applications. The benefits with displacement pumps are easily recognized: few moving parts, gas tolerance, direct driven at typical motor speeds, and with low shear forces and pulsations. In the late 1980s the industry saw the advantages in Twin-Screw Pumps: the ability to handle untreated well flow with one piece of equipment. The result… the Leistritz Multiphase Pump.
Leistritz offers a complete line of Multiphase Pumping Systems (MPS) designed to address specific Oil and Gas Field applications. Each system can reliably and economically boost production. Capitalizing on Leistritz’ Multiphase Pump technology, our standard systems are designed specifically for Wellhead Boosting, Gathering, and Liquid Unloading applications. All Systems are fully supported by our experienced engineering and service personnel.
Multiphase Wellhead Boosting System (MWS)
The Leistritz Multiphase Wellhead Boosting System (MWS) is a proven and economical method of artificial lift that accelerates production by lowering wellhead pressure and/or boosting discharge pressure to buck pipeline pressure.
Leistritz Multiphase Blow Down Unit (MBDU) is a portable, self-contained unit that simultaneously evacuates both the liquids and gases trapped and boosts the well pressure allowing the gas and trapped liquids to start flowing.
Multiphase Annulus Gas Unit (MAGU). These self-contained units efficiently boost gas and liquids coming from the annulus and boost the multiphase flow directly into the pipeline back to the satellite or battery.
The Plunger Assisting Multiphase Pump (PAMP), can stimulate your well's plunger operations by removing the fluids above the plunger and reinjecting the gas through the annulus to increase run efficiency and decrease the downtime for pressure accumulation.