MonoFlex™ dual-connection fracturing fluid delivery technology speeds up multiwell pad rig-up, reduces NPT, and limits HSE risks with a flexible, erosion-resistant conduit that can be used on any part of the fracturing fluid delivery system.
MonoFlex technology has been proven in field applications since 2017. By simplifying flow paths and minimizing the number of connections and flowlines, the technology has streamlined operations and optimized proppant and fracturing fluid delivery in more than 2,000 wells across North America.
Available to oil and gas operators and service companies, the technology has been used to connect
frac pumps with the missile system
missile trailer with the instrumentation skid
frac trees with zipper manifolds and trunk lines.
lbm of sand delivered through one line
bbl/min average pump rate for 5-in size
By eliminating sharp turns and multiple flow paths, MonoFlex technology limits friction losses by 2% to 4%, typically reducing hydraulic horsepower requirements while still accommodating flow rates up to 160 bbl/min.
Expedite mobilization by minimizing connections
MonoFlex technology features a robust and flexible high-pressure system with only two connections—a significant reduction compared with the 50+ hammer union connections required per well with conventional treating iron systems. This key technology
eliminates the potential to mismatch equipment
simplifies pad setup
eliminates excess flowlines
decreases NPT by reducing the number of possible leak paths
reduces operating expenses.
Various bore sizes with 15,000-psi [103.4-MPa] maximum working pressure and temperature range from –40 to 158 degF [–40 to 70 degC].
Nominal Diameter, in
Max. injection rate, bbl/min [m3/min]
Technology in action
Chevron Saves USD 690,000 per Year on Frac Fluid Delivery