The industry is advancing in the artificial lift sector as more wells are drilled horizontally, creating multiphase flow – and more
importantly, gas co-mingling with oil production. A high percentage of sand is now involved because of flowback from the fracturing process.
Multi-well pad drills have sparked the need for compact surface packages, along with the need for numerous rig-less pump optimizations over
the lifetime of each well. Jet Lift Systems has come up with state of the art jet pump technology that addresses each of these concerns to
fulfill the client’s artificial lift and well servicing needs. Our jet pumps work more efficiently and effectively, and excel at
a wide range of applications in the industry.
Horizontal well drilling and completion techniques are changing the oil and gas industry yet until recently, well production technology has not kept pace with this evolution. In order to maximize the benefit of horizontal well technology, what is needed is […]
Sand inflow is a common problem for conventional rod pumps and ESPs. Wellbore sand can either come directly from the rock matrix within the reservoir, or, as is very common with horizontal multi-zone complettions, it will come from the large […]
Wellbore gas inflow is often problematic for conventional pumping systems. Rod pumps can gas lock, PCPs can experience stator swelling and lock-up, and ESPs can overheat and fail. Across a range of bottomehole pressure (BHP) conditions and gas / liquid […]