REDA Coil CT-Deployed ESP System | Schlumberger

REDA Coil

Coiled-tubing-deployed ESP system

Coiled tubing wall thickness selection of 0.175 in, 0.190 in, or 0.204 in
Shear rating of 3,000 or 5,000 psi [20,684 or 34,474 kPA]
Discharge head with 1.18-in INCONEL internal shaft
Bottom intake protector designed for use with REDA ESP system 538 and 540 series pumps
Shrouded intake and thrust chambers available in a variety of sizes, materials, and elastomers

Eliminate need for workover rig

Deploy an electric submersible pump (ESP) using standard coiled tubing—eliminating the need for a workover rig and surface equipment—using the REDA Coil coiled tubing (CT)-deployed ESP system. This simplified deployment method is especially beneficial in offshore and deepwater applications, where moving a rig onsite increases costs and delays production.

Extend capabilities with more production paths

In the REDA Coil ESP system, fluid flows through the large annulus either between the coiled tubing and permanent production string into which the ESP is deployed or—when no permanent production string is required by the operator—between the coiled tubing and casing.

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REDA Coil CT-Deployed ESP

Simplify deployment with inverted string

The REDA Coil ESP system consists of a length of coiled tubing with a preinstalled ESP power cable. An inverted system positions the motor at the top and the pump at the bottom. At the surface, the coiled tubing is made up to a coiled tubing hanger that is landed in the wellhead. This configuration enables the ESP to be run and retrieved without removal of the production tree or flowlines—and without a rig. The ESP cable is terminated to a wellhead penetrator for connection to a surface cable.

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