FLEXPump Series Electrical Submersible Pumps
Improve ESP operational flexibility in dynamic well conditions
With flow rates range from 50 to 10,500 B/D, the FLEXPump™ series electrical submersible pumps (ESPs) have the industry’s widest operating range. They provide customers with the operational flexibility required in dynamic well conditions to minimize ESP system change outs and nonproductive time while reducing operating expenses. The high-performance FLEXPump series pumps are specifically designed to maximize production and ultimate reserve recovery from conventional oilfields, low-flow rate mature oilfields, and unconventional resource plays in which the production index declines rapidly.
Improve the reliability and the efficiency of your ESP system
Our engineers designed the FLEXPump series pumps to deliver superior efficiency across the wider operating range, lowering OPEX—including power consumption—over the life of the well. These pumps deliver increased lift per stage, allowing for more drawdown with a shorter system that provides higher efficiency and improved uptime by reducing cyclic shutdowns. This higher efficiency across the operating range gives you an OPEX advantage over the life of the reservoir.
From existing assets and new production zones like shale resource plays, tight reservoirs, and deeper zones, where flow conditions can change dramatically over short periods of time, the FLEXPump series of pumps improves reliability by providing a pump that can deliver stable operation in varying conditions. The FLEXPump series pumps can handle thrust conditions more effectively than legacy pump models, which increases run life and reduces workovers.
Advantages of the FLEXPump series ESP pumps include:
- Flow rates range from 50 to 10,500 B/D, giving the FLEXPump series pumps the industry’s widest operating range.
- A higher lift per stage lowers motor temperatures for increased run life and superior overall system efficiency.
- Lower hydraulic thrust extends operation in lower-flow conditions.
- Heavier construction of pump components increases uptime and reliability.