REDA Multiphase HPS Surface Pump | Schlumberger

REDA Multiphase HPS

Horizontal multistage surface pump

Eliminate wellhead separation
Tankless design using pipelines with multiphase boosting to a central processing facility (CPF) eliminates storage tanks and trucking.
Eliminate flaring
With multiphase pumping of oil and gas through flow lines to the CPF, you can monetize the gas instead of flaring it.
Increase oil production
Producing at lower wellhead flowing pressure enables more aggressive reservoir drawdown.
Flow capacity: 3,150 to 50,000 bbl/d [500 to 8,000 m3/d]
Gas volume fraction: up to 90%
Max. boost pressure: 900 psi [6,200 kPa]

Maximize efficiency for crude oil production and pipeline transport without phase separation

REDA Multiphase HPS horizontal multistage surface pump improves the efficiency of boosting and transporting unprocessed crude oil and gas, eliminating the need for phase separation. By eliminating the limitations of conventional surface centrifugal pumps, the REDA Multiphase HPS pump is ideal for zero-flaring operations to enhance production from wells and transfer raw gas and commingled oil fluids to a central processing facility.

In addition to eliminating costs of wellhead equipment and separators, the technology enables wells to produce at a lower wellhead flowing pressure, facilitating more aggressive reservoir drawdown that increases oil production.

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REDA Multiphase HPS pump boosts commingled gas and oil fluids without separation.

Eliminate routine gas flaring and monetize produced gas

The REDA Multiphase HPS pump design is an enhancement of the reliable REDA HPS horizontal multistage surface pumping system, using axial stages based on the field-proven MGH multiphase gas-handling system. The pump efficiently boosts crude oil with gas content up to 90% in continuous operations.

By enabling efficient boosting of multiphase fluids to central processing facilities without the need for conventional gas separation equipment, routine gas flaring can be eliminated. This contributes to the World Bank Zero Routine Flaring by 2030 initiative and enables monetization of gas.

Assembled pumps are delivered to a site, ready for operations. Each pump is instrumented to enable remote monitoring of crucial operating parameters for equipment protection and performance analysis.

The pump facilitates rapid maintenance for reduced downtime with improved configuration of pumps, thrust chamber, seal, and motor.

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