REDA Hotline High-Temperature Electric Submersible Pump Systems

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Reliable and efficient at high temperatures

REDA Hotline ESP systems perform reliably in high-temperature reservoirs, during thermal recovery of heavy oil, and in applications where poor motor cooling is expected. The REDA Hotline Plus ESP system can operate in environments up to 428 degF [220 degC] while the REDA Hotline XTend system is rated up to 482 degF [250 degC]. Preconfigured for immediate deployment at the wellsite, these systems are designed to cope with the wide variation between the cool surface and hot downhole operating temperatures.

Optimized thermal recovery operations

During thermal recovery operations, optional integrated PT gauges near the pump intake help you produce at the optimal subcool temperature, reduce the steam/oil ratio, identify steam breakthrough, and improve overall pump efficiency. The motor’s internal temperature can also be monitored. In horizontal wells, bottom-feeder gas separators enable steam to bypass the pump on the high side of the casing, extending run life.

Increased drawdown and reservoir recovery

Hotline systems can be installed with AGH advanced gas-handling devices for GORs up to 90%, enabling a higher drawdown and improving recovery ratio.

Early production for greater asset value

Hotline systems enable early completion after steam pumping or steaming while the ESP is operating. Accelerated production improves cash flow and decreases the cost of ownership.

REDA Hotline XTend HT ESP System

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HT Applications

  • Oil thermal recovery
  • HT gradient oil wells
  • Geothermal wells
  • Low-production-rate wells
  • Viscous applications with poorly cooled motors

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The Hotline XTend HT ESP system is designed for increased control, efficiency, and reliability in oil thermal recovery applications and abrasive environments with poor cooling characteristics. Read article