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REDA Continuum

Unconventional extended-life ESP stage

REDA Continuum 1000 stage flow range: 200 to 1,350 bbl/d
REDA Continuum 2500 stage operating flow range: 1,000 to 3,200 bbl/d
REDA Continuum 4000 stage operating flow range: 3,500 to 7,000 bbl/d
Abrasion-resistant tungsten carbide radial bearing configuration

Increase production in unconventional and challenging environments

Eliminate stress on the pump during slugging and gas production as flow declines with the REDA Continuum unconventional extended-life electric submersible pump (ESP) stage; its compression design properly distributes the increased downthrust, enabling operation outside the flow range. Its optimized geometry, architecture, and material selection enable the stage to operate with high efficiency through a wide operating range—from 200 to 7,000 bbl/d—improving recovery and reliability at low rates and in transient flow.

With higher initial production and faster drawdown than with natural flow, the REDA Continuum stage is suitable for gassy and abrasive environments, reservoirs with uncertain productivity, wells with steep production decline, and unconventional resources.

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REDA Continuum
Unconventional extended-life ESP stage

Optimize flow with real-time monitoring, a plug-and-play design, and solids production

With real-time monitoring and an advanced design, the REDA Continuum stage eliminates the need for costly replacements due to production changes, reduces overall operating expenses, and optimizes uptime.

Real-time monitoring

Real-time monitoring enables early detection of pump events and downhole conditions. With proactive management, you can prevent downtime and further reduce well intervention costs.

Plug-and-play design

ESPs using REDA Continuum stages arrive at the wellsite ready for installation, which reduces rig time and eliminates the risk of human error.

Durable technology

The REDA Continuum stage uses a harder material on the impeller hub to combat the effects of erosion and temperature increases on the pump caused by solids production.

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