CASE STUDIES

Decrease Well Costs (1)

Customer decreased well operating costs by replacing 4 ESP’s (Electric Submersible Pump) with JJ Tech Hydraulic Jet Pumps in a 12 month period.

See full case study:
Decreasing your Well Costs

Decrease Well Costs (2)

Customer replaced 6 ESP’s (Electric Submersible Pump) in a 4 year period.

See full case study:
Switching from ESP to Jet Pump

Accelerated Frac Flowback 70K BBLS of Fluid

JJ Tech’s FRAC-EVAC recovers frac fluid as fast and economical as possible while bringing production to the market immediately.

See full case study:
Accelerated Frac Flowback 70,000 BBL Fluid

Accelerated Frac Flowback 15.2K BBLS of Fluid

JJ Tech’s FRAC-EVAC recovered 15,200 bbls of frac fluid (100% recovery) and 2,100 bbls of oil in addition to frac fluid, in just 27 days. The same recovery volume would have taken a conventional rod pump system 5 months at a maximum rate of 100 BBLS per day.

See full case study:
Accelerated Frac Flowback 15,200 BBL Fluid

ULTRA-FLO  System Slashes Deviated Well Costs

Reliable, cost saving ULTRA-FLO  System installed in shallow deviated wellbore increases production and slashes workover costs. Increased production from 250 to 300 bbls / day (20% increase). No moving parts down hole eliminates the possibility of tubing damage from rod wear (and there are no rods to part).

See full case study:
ULTRA-FLO
 System Slashes Deviated Well Costs

Efficient Frac Sand Removal in Mississippian Lime Well

Operator cannot produce well for more than 4-5 days due to leftover frac sand in wellbore. Installed JJ Tech Reverse Flow HSP Jet Pump to bring frac sand to surface along with production. Well has proven productive, and JJ Tech Jet Pump recovers 1-5 gallons of 20/40 mesh frac sand to surface daily.

See full case study:
Efficient Frac Sand Removal in Mississippian Lime Well

Artificial Lift in Highly Corrosive Environment

Artificial lift in a highly corrosive environment where producing fluid up the casing is not an option with any type of lift. Well makes 4% CO2 and 5,000 ppm (0.5%) H2S.

See full case study:
Artificial Lift in Highly Corrosive Environment

Crooked Hole Installation

Artificial lift in “crooked” deviated wellbore. Rod pump continuously fails due to tubing and rod wear. Well has to be worked over every 3 – 4 weeks.

See full case study:
Crooked Hole Installation

JJ Tech D-35 ULTRA-FLO  System Optimized for CBM Well
Proves Successful for Australian Operator

Artificial lift in “crooked” deviated wellbore. Rod pump continuously fails due to tubing and rod wear. Well has to be worked over every 3 – 4 weeks.

See full case study:
ULTRA-FLO  System Optimized for CBM Well