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MULTIPHASE PUMPING MEETS CHALLENGES
Article published in THE AMERICAN OIL & GAS REPORTER
Multiphase Pumps and systems in Unconventional Oil and Gas Production.
Multiphase Pumping Meets Challenges (Reprint)

MULTIPHASE PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
Brochure, Featuring – How the Oil and Gas Industry has relied on Leistritz Twin-Screw Pumps for over 50 years operate in the crude oil industry.
Leistritz Twin-Screw Pumps are based on the positive displacement technology where one of the benefits is the ability to boost untreated well flow without separation.
Leistritz Multiphase Production Systems

MULTIPHASE PRODUCTION SYSTEM IN THE GULF OF MEXICO’S KU-MALOOB-ZAAP FIELD
Leaflet, featuring Leistritz and Cameron project to increase production in the KU-MALOB-ZAP Field, Gulf of Mexico.
Objective: Increase production from three platforms to an FPSO via Twin Screw Multiphase Booster Pumps drawing down the flowing well head pressure by 170 psig.
Multiphase Production Systems in the Gulf of Mexico’s Ku-Maloob-Zaap Field

MULTIPHASE PUMPS SOLVE LIQUID LOADING
Article published in  THE AMERICAN OIL & GAS REPORTER
Multiphase pumping technology reduces back pressure on the well by boosting the untreated well flow. Facility requirements are reduced by eliminating separation and processing equipment such as separators, flares, pumps, compressors, flowlines.
Multiphase Pumps Solve Liquid Loading (Reprint)

MPP HANDLE CASING GAS
Article published in  THE AMERICAN OIL & GAS REPORTER
Multiphase pumps can be applied to a single well or to a cluster of wells gathering associated gas coming up the annulus or with coalbed methane…the economics are more favorable with reduced facilities and less equipment, compared with the complexity of a compressor installation. Last, but not least, eliminating flaring or venting of gas to the atmosphere is a necessity in most oil fields today.
MPP Handle Casing Gas (Reprint)

ARTIFICIAL LIFT TECHNOLOGY
Article published in – THE AMERICAN OIL & GAS REPORTER
Multiphase Field Applications Establish Value For Onshore and Offshore Production.
Artificial Lift Technology (Reprint)