Rimera's Almetyevsk-Based Factory Alnas to Cover More Than One Third of Slavneft's Oil-Submersible Equipment Needs

04.07.2013



Rimera's Almetyevsk-Based Factory Alnas has won a contract to supply oilfield equipment to one of the largest Russian oil companies NGK Slavneft.

Rimera's Almetyevsk-Based Factory Alnas to Cover More Than One Third of Slavneft's Oil-Submersible Equipment Needs

Rimera's Almetyevsk-Based Factory Alnas to Cover More Than One Third of Slavneft's Oil-Submersible Equipment Needs

In the second half of 2013 Slavneft wellsites will receive 301 electric submersible pumps #0115 and #2215, 33 submersible motors and 4 complete electric submersible pump systems (ESPs). From a year earlier Alnas has increased its supply volumes more than 2.5 times to cover about 30% of Slavneft's total oil-submersible equipment needs.

"By winning the Slavneft tender we have secured the largest contract in our cooperation history so far. We are to supply one third of all the equipment our partner needs, which certainly speaks of high level of trust," said Konstantin Simonov, Rimera Group head of oil-production equipment sales and service department, in his comments about the agreement.

As of today, three new floating and compression configuration units #0215 and #0615 have undergone pilot testing at Slavneft wellsites. Yet another innovative compression design unit is at the managed tests phase. Once the field tests are completed, the companies plan to negotiate White Well, a project which may potentially be implemented at Slavneft oilfields and the only one of its kind in the Russian oil industry.


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