The leading Russian mechanical engineering companies Alnas and Izhneftemash, members of Rimera Group, offer artificial lift, drilling and well cementing equipment solutions that are unique for the energy market.
Sucker rod pump systems are some of the world's most popular artificial lift systems. This type of pump is especially efficient when used in marginal wells. The units are comprised of pumps, gears, sucker rods, and other downhole equipment.
The surface equipment of electric submersible pump systems is designed for controlling the pump, electric motor and other downhole equipment. Surface equipment includes a telemetry system: hardware and software that collect and analyze data on production conditions and help prevent equipment overload.
Suspended tongs are designed for makeup and breakout of sucker rods when completing and working over oil or gas wells. Power slips, part of the surface and subsurface well workover equipment set, are designed for holding a tubing string in place when servicing or working over a well.
Oilfield pump systems are designed for delivering mud in the course of cementing, hydraulic fracturing, abrasive jet perforation, sand washing, sidetrack drilling and kickoff, and other preflush and overflush operations in gas and oilfields.
The unit is an autonomous boiler designed for producing hot water and steam under field conditions. It has an advanced temperature and steam pressure control system with real-time digital indication. The unit comprises: steam generator, burner device, fuel and water tanks, transmission, set of delivery pipes complete with nozzle, water treatment system, steam system, marine engine.
Triplex plunger pumps are designed for feeding non-aggressive fluids when performing abrasive jet perforation, sand washing, completing wells, and performing other preflush and overflush operations inside O&G wells.
NB drill pumps: horizontal, twin, two-way, and power-driven, with a built-in gear reducer. Designed for delivering liquids into a well in the course of exploratory or production drilling, well workover and other production operations, as well as pumping of non-aggressive liquids.
Electric submersible pump systems are some of the most popular and efficient oil production systems. These systems can pump out reservoir fluids from depths of up to 3 600 meters at a rate of 10 to 1 375 cu m per day. An electric submersible pump system comprises a centrifugal pump, a gas separator, a pump protector, an electric motor, telemetry systems and other equipment. Systems can be shipped in any configuration, which allows our customers to get equipment that fits any well.