„Oil and gas are among the world's most important energy suppliers. Although new deposits are still being discovered, already preceded oil fields continue being serviced, the production of this viscous solids-containing raw material is becoming more complex. By using NETZSCH-Drive Heads and the progressing cavity pump-systems, many of these reserves can be explored and used efficiently.“
NETZSCH pumps for the oil industry are characterized by robust and reliable design. Constructions and materials are adapted to the requirements. Together with the customer's requirements are specified in the planning phase and the optimal pump is selected. The use of innovative pump technologies from NETZSCH offers safe and reliable production processes at low life-cycle costs. On this there is a large range of products available from which you can select the appropriate each pump system for on- and offshore, up-, mid- and downstream area.
Within the Business Unit Pumps & Systems the Business Field Oil & Gas Upstream specializes in the delivery of systems with progressing cavity pumps for the production of crude oil and other highly viscous materials; the pumps above mentioned are used throughout the world. Whether it is a large oilfield operator or a small production company – the experts at NETZSCH give their attention to all projects. At the same time we try to correspond to the increasing technological demands by highly efficient development work. Success in corporate research and development work with universities and operators of our pumps in the field confirms this fact.
NETZSCH Progressing Cavity Pumps for Upstream:
- Standard Progressing Cavity Pumps
- Insertable Progressing Cavity Pumps
- NETZSCH Submersible Progressing Cavity Pumps
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