REDA ESP System Cables
High-integrity power cables
Choose customizable ESP cables for specific downhole conditions, including high-temperature, gassy, and corrosive wells.
The REDA Hotline XTend extended-capability high-temperature electric submersible pump (ESP) system—our third-generation Hotline system—has been reengineered to maximize production in higher temperatures for increased reliability. Its field-proven design incorporates knowledge and experience gained from earlier Hotline systems.
The Hotline XTend system is available in either SLIM size or 562 Series, with temperature ratings that enable higher temperature steam injection for optimal reservoir recovery while reducing downtime and invention costs.
Integrated monitoring features, including a motor internal temperature transducer and fluid pressure and temperature gauges, extend ESP operating envelope and run life by improving control and efficiency.
In place with multiple operators in Canada and the Middle East, the Hotline XTend system is best fit for oil thermal recovery applications and abrasive environments with poor cooling characteristics.
Integration of ESP system, pump, and gas separator reduces drawdown, improves efficiency, and minimizes shutdowns and deferred production.
Developments in new artificial lift technologies that increase efficiency and reliability while providing higher production.
Optimizing production economics is always a concern for oil and gas companies, but with robust demand and high activity levels creating upward pricing pressures on all types of equipment and field services, production optimization has become a top priority to maximize revenue streams in both conventional and unconventional fields.
Steam-assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) is a proven technique for producing heavy oil. Schlumberger Artificial Lift worked to extend the temperature range of the REDA Hotline ESP.
The Schlumberger REDA HotlineSA3 high-temperature electric submersible pump (ESP) system can reliably produce from wells with bottomhole temperatures of up to 250 degC, thus enabling the installation of the ESP in early stages of development.
Schlumberger Artificial Lift has developed a new electrical submersible pump (ESP) system for operation at 250ºC [482ºF]. In late 2009, the system has gone through a benchmark test jointly launched by Schlumberger and ConocoPhillips, successfully validating the temperature limit.