Faster Frac Flowback

We do it BETTER!  Remove Frac Fluid FASTER!  Production to market SOONER!
with  JJ Tech’s FRAC-EVAC!

Frac-flowback is the recovery of fluid used in the high pressure hydraulic fracturing process to stimulate oil and/or gas production in a well.  There may be some formation water recovered along with the frac fluid as well.

Accelerated or Faster Frac-Flowback is the recovery of frac fluid from a well as rapidly as possible while bringing oil and/or gas production to the market immediately.

WE CALL IT “FRAC-EVAC” – Faster Frac-Flowback with a patented JJ Tech Jet Pump.  The Jet Pump is set in the tubing string above a packer, which is set just above the perfs.  Power fluid (water) is injected down the tubing through a nozzle.  Power fluid and produced (frac) fluid are combined in the throat (the Venturi Effect) and return up the tubing – casing annulus.

The power for FRAC-EVAC is provided by JJ Tech’s ULTRA-FLOW production system.  This patented process combines the JJ Tech hydraulic Jet Pump with a powerful diaphragm surface pump by Wanner Engineering, Inc. This award winning pump has no seals or packing, as does a conventional triplex plunger pump.  The seal-less design reduces downtime and maintenance while keeping the location free of lubricating oil and saltwater.  The Wanner T8045 Diaphragm Pump is capable of 1550 BPD at 3000 PSI.

Case studies prove that FRAC-EVAC can remove large volumes of fluid and bring production to the market in a mere fraction of the recovery time a conventional rod and tubing system can achieve.

Other advantages of FRAC-EVAC include:

•    Rapid frac fluid recovery helps prevent formation swelling, which can reduce permeability
•    The JJ Tech Jet Pump can produce high volumes of fluid (up to 4000 bpd) including frac sand
•    Production rates are easily adjusted for a controlled flowback
•    Gas can be brought to the market immediately
•    No backpressure is put on the formation (as with nitrogen)
•    Proprietary software calculates PBHP based on production volumes and injection pressure