Down Hole Configuration

Permanent Systems

Tubing and Packer – the Jet Pump is run in on end of the tubing string with a packer landed immediately below it. The packer is set to isolate the circulating power fluid from the formation fluid. The power fluid is pumped down the tubing, a venturi effect is created in the jet pump drawing the formation fluid into the jet pump. The power fluid and formation fluid discharges out the side of the jet pump and is circulated to surface up the casing tubing annulus. This configuration is recommended in high volume wells with lower GOR.

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Concentric Tubing – the Jet Pump is run on the bottom of a coiled tubing string inside the production tubing. The Jet Pump seats into a profile, (typically a PSN – pump seat nipple) to a seal between the power fluid and the formation fluids. Power fluid is pumped down the coil tubing, a venturi effect is created in the jet pump drawing the formation fluid into the jet pump. The power fluid and formation fluid discharges out the side of the jet pump and is circulated to surface up the coil tubing annulus. Solution gas flows up the tubing-casing annulus. This configuration is recommended in low to medium volume wells with higher GOR.

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FlatPak Tubing – Our patented dual Jet Pump is run on the bottom of a dual coiled tubing string encased in a high strength thermoplastic jacket inside the production casing. The power fluid is pumped down the one coil string, a venturi effect is created in the jet pump drawing the formation fluid into the jet pump. The power fluid and formation fluid discharges out the side of the dual jet pump and is circulated to surface up the other coil string. The solution gas naturally flows up the FlatPak casing annulus.

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