Product Sheet XLO-R-B Barrier Series Gas Lift Valves
Extends the capability of gas lift systems.
Our gas lift products give you the quality and flexibility you need to maximize production. Gas lift installations manage abrasive materials, such as sand, and can be used in low-productivity, high-gas/oil ratio-wells or deviated wellbores. With our gas lift products, slickline-retrievable gas lift valves can be pulled and replaced without disturbing tubing if designs or system performance must be changed.
We provide conventional and unconventional lift systems and components for both continuous- and intermittent-flow production. Whereas our conventional systems maximize production in shallow wells, our line of unconventional lift systems are pressure barrier qualified and rated to a higher pressure to provide reliable performance in deepwater and subsea wells. The higher pressure rating and pressure barrier features mean deeper depths of gas injection and enhanced wellbore integrity. System components, such as side-pocket mandrels, extend the run life of the gas lift system and eliminate workovers—ultimately lowering costs over the life of the well.
Optimize production with both conventional and unconventional gas lift options for continuous or intermittent flow.
Deliquifies unconventional gas wells and watered-out, long, perforated intervals.
Lower costs and downtime by improving the pressure integrity of the entire wellbore environment.
Improve system efficiency and economical performance with components that extend the gas lift run life.
Maximize production and revenue while minimizing or eliminating costly workovers.
Improve sealing capability and simplify repairs with retrievable gas lift valves.
Oval forged side pocket mandrels for 1.5-in 38.1-mm valves.
A complete system that enables reliable and accurate control of well production.
1-in Barrier Series gas lift valves and slim side pocket mandrels maximize performance and enhance reliability.
Reviewed in detail are the technical challenges of modeling the well and pump performance using dynamic multiphase flow simulators, and the ESP design for the pilot application in deep, horizontal gas condensate well in Russia.