A Pump for All Reasons

The types of pumps used in the oilfield are almost limitless. They are used in exploration technologies and almost every facet of production to move liquids or gas. They’re placed on the surface, downhole, or on the seabed. Pumps are a kid of a hammer used for thousands of different tasks. There are even multiphase pumps such as those produced by Bornemann Pumps that enable the entire production stream - oil, gas, water, sand - to be moved from the wellhead to a centralized processing facility. In the oil industry, there is a pump for all reasons and lifting oil to the surface is one of them.A Look at Artificial LiftAn ESP system incorporates an electric motor, seal, gas separator, ...

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