Case Study High-Efficiency Pumps Quadruple Waterflood Capability Without Infrastructure Changes, Gabon
In-country engineering team and updated REDA HPS pump support requirements of the mature onshore field.
Pumps for oil and gas, mine dewatering, geothermal energy, carbon sequestration, saltwater disposal, and water desalination
REDA pumps have a field-proven history dating back to the 1940s.
After inventing the electric submersible pump (ESP), Armais Arutunoff used the pump for surface applications, creating the first horizontal pumping system. The ground-breaking REDA HPS horizontal multistage surface pumping system has been manufactured in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, since Day 1.
More than 3,500 of our pumps are installed and operating worldwide in a range of applications. With customer input, we work continuously to expand usage in multiple upstream, midstream, and industrial applications.
Our horizontal pumps lead the industry in reliability. We never compromise on product or service quality and invest extensively in research and development. While there are many imitators in the market, operators regard us as a trusted partner, capable of addressing tough challenges. Our pumps broke new ground with CO2, NGL, and amine applications and remain the product of choice in those areas. We continue to develop new products, such as the high-gas REDA Multiphase HPS horizontal surface pump—a solution for zero-flaring applications.
The family of horizontal surface REDA pumps is used in a wide range of industrial applications, including oil and gas. Pumping challenging liquids in some of the world’s harshest environments, these pumps are a proven, cost‐effective alternative to split‐case, vertical turbine, and positive displacement pumps.
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