rod pump

rod pump

[′räd ‚pəmp]
(petroleum engineering)
Type of oil well sucker-rod pump that can be inserted into or removed from oil well tubing without moving or disturbing the tubing itself. Also known as insert pump.
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On the basis of lift components: The artificial lift component market is segmented for lift components including pump, motor, separator, cable, drive head, pump jack, sucker rod, rod pump for ESPs, PCPs and rod lift system.
The #14-7 has been fitted with a rod pump and pump jack and is currently producing from the Mississippi Lime lower porosity interval (Mississippi Solid) and is recovering frac load along with 40 barrels of oil equivalent per day (BOEPD).
For the Hawk Springs Project, Goshen County, Wyoming, Defender US33 #2-29H; the Defender well was completed, but a rod pump failed due to an obstruction of the pump inlet.
The development wells will be completed with thermal casing in order to facilitate steam injection as part of a cyclic steam soak pilot project and fitted with a sucker rod pump.
2 -- Blackhawk Technology has introduced Apollo Electric Linear Rod Pump model, with low energy requirements and two power options, solar and electric.
In 2008, it acquired the ESP manufacturer ALNAS and the sucker rod pump maker Izhneftemash.
The initial well tested at 93 BOPD and 250 MCFPD after being placed on rod pump and has settled to 20 BOPD and 200 MCFPD which it has averaged over the last few weeks.
The well has now been completed for production in the Arbukcle interval with a rod pump fitted.
We will try two methods, a rod pump and also natural flowback and produce the well from one to three weeks.
The agreement brings together distribution by PT Instrucom as Global Oil Flow's International Exclusive Agent for Sales, Installation and Maintenance of the Global Oil Flow Patented Oil Flow Compressor as well as Global's Rod Pump Automation equipment for the entire Indonesia region.
Following the E5 rod pump installation, operations will move to B5 to suspend the well and consider options to return it to production.