Case Study Novel Dual-ESP Completion Increased Field Production by 33%
ENAP produces formation water for direct injection and oil independently from one well.
Improve reliability and maximize flow
Each REDA ESP pump consists of a rotating impeller and a stationary diffuser that are designed to deliver hydraulic efficiency and optimal lift performance. We use computational fluid dynamics modeling and prototype performance verification to optimize internal pump geometry and flow profiles.
Assembled in a compression, factory-shimmed design, the pump shafts are matched at the factory to enable axial thrust transfer directly to the high-load protector bearing—eliminating time-consuming and error-prone field shimming procedures, reducing cost of ownership and installation, and enhancing ESP reliability.
To maintain optimal performance in corrosive or abrasive wells, our standard Ni-Resist stage material improves abrasion resistance, increasing pump life. MONEL high-strength shafts enable greater horsepower delivery to the pump, improving lift performance.
The patented abrasion-resistant tungsten carbide bearings and compression-ring construction provide advanced radial stability even in the most challenging conditions, minimizing vibration and ensuring smooth operation and reduced wear. The bearings have repeatedly shown less wear during tests and field performance compared with alternative bearing materials over a wide range of well conditions.
Optional extreme abrasion-resistant stage materials and full bearing housing (FBH ) upgrades enable field-proven designs for long run life in even the most rugged conditions.