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  • Innovations in Artificial Lift Technology

  • The SREP Jet Pump

    Gas Flow

    Power FluidPower Fluid

    FormationFluid

    Fluid Fluid

    ReturnsReturns

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    Power FluidPower Fluid

    FormationFluid

    Fluid Fluid

    ReturnsReturns

    Oil Flow

    Oil

    Wells

    Gas

    Wells

    Gas Flow

    FlatPak Tubing System

  • Jet Pump Technology: Old vs New

    Efficiency:

    SREP jet pump completions are often require only 25 to 30% of the power that a conventional jet

    pump system would require

    Surface Equipment:

    SREP utilize patented diaphragm surface pumps skid packages for longevity and low maintenance

    Our in-house design and fabrication provides optimized equipment solutions

    Jet Pump Optimization:

    Exclusive SREP jet pump software allows accurate analysis and system design optimization

    Completion Design:

    SREP focuses exclusively on jet pump completions and design providing the highest possible level of jet pump design solutions, tailored to each well application

    SREP have a range of new patented jet pump completion solutions designed to expand the use and

    performance of our jet pump technology

  • The SREP Jet Pump

    A proven oil pumping and / or dewatering system

    Highly scalable output range:

    2 to 2000+ BPD

    Very efficient

    No downhole moving parts

    Sand handling capability

    No gas-locking issues

    Deviated / horizontal wells

    Can be installed in slimhole completions

    Continuous Corrosion / Scale / Paraffin control

    Pumpable / fishable carrier

  • Conventional Well

    Pad Development

    SREP Jet Pump Well

    Pad Development

    Jet Pump Solution:

    Obvious benefits

    Pad Drilled Wells

  • Jet Pump Product Line:

    JP-1.3

    JP-1.6

    JP-2.0

    JP-2.3

    JP-2.8

    JP-3.5

    JP-4.5

    SREP Jet Pumps

    JetPak

  • SREP Pump Drive Packages:

    Mid Depth Gas & Oil Wells

    Shallow Gas Wells Deep Gas &

    High Rate Oil Wells

  • T-8045 Diaphragm

    Pumps w. Top Mounted

    Electric Motors

    Test Separator

    Manifold

    Test

    Separator Storage

    Pad Drilled Wells

  • Diaphragm Pumps

    Diaphragm separation of dirty pump fluid and plungers

    Plungers operate in a clean oil reservoir

    Oil reservoir is at atmospheric pressure outside of the cylinder assembly

    Patented for use in oilfield jet pump applications

    Sizes from 15 to 80 HP

  • Jet Pump Applications

    Well Types Issues

    Watered-out Gas Needs effective & aggressive dewatering process / issues with rod pumps and PCPs

    Horizontal Oil / Gas Landing depth / conventional pump failures / horizontal depletion / prod rate / paraffin

    Vertical Oil Pump failures & service costs / production rate

    CBM Fines handling / pumps need broad performance band

    Shale Gas Horizontal, multi-zone completions / post-frac dewatering needed / wet gas

    Unconventional Oil Horizontal, multi-zone completions / post-frac clean-up / pump landing depth

    Shallow Gas Economics / low rates w. solids transport

    Gassy Oil Rod pump gas locking / PCP stator swelling & overheating

    Gas with Condensate Cant use PCPs / issues with rod pumps

    Heavy Oil Sand abrasion / fines plugging / rod-float

    SAGD Deviated wells / too hot for PCPs and ESPs

    Cleanout Operations Dewatering / sand cleanouts

  • Oil Well Applications

  • Bakken Wells

    Recent Well:

    Initial Production: 260 m3/D w. 60 HP

    Current: 100 m3/D battery limited

    First Well:

    Started February 2011 producing 75 m3/D

    Currently settling in around 40 m3/D

    Using 30 to 35 HP

  • Bakken Wells

    Fairborne Energy Sinclair Operations Press Releases:

    March 22nd, 2011:

    The first well (47% WI) in the winter program was fracture stimulated over 23 intervals and was equipped for production using a jet pump, allowing for the production of significantly more fluid

    than a standard pumpjack system. This well has been on production for 30 days and is currently

    producing 200 barrels of oil per day.

    The recent success from the enhanced completion technique, combined with further upside from the use of jet pumps versus traditional pumpjacks has provided the first phase of success in the

    development of Sinclair. With 60 (55 net) sections of land at Sinclair and 39 producing wells, the

    Company has an identified drilling inventory in excess of 150 net wells.

    September 12th, 2011:

    Fairborne has been applying a number of new technologies to increase the value of the Sinclair property. The first involves using burst port technology to increase the number of fracture

    stimulations in horizontal well bores to between 25 and 28. The second is the application of Jet

    Pump surface equipment which has been installed at two locations to evaluate performance. The

    first jet pump well had an initial production rate of 200 barrels per day and after 170 days is still

    producing at a rate of 140 barrels per day. The second well has exhibited an improving production

    profile with a continued increase in oil cut and currently produces 55 barrels per day of oil. The

    application of these technologies has led to an improved type curve with initial production rates

    increasing from 60 barrels per day to 80 barrels per day, an increase of 33 percent.

  • Crescent Point: Shaunavon

    First Well:

    Initial production (IP): 160 m3/D

    Typical rod pump (IP): 70 m3/D

    Well cleaned up 1.5 times faster than with rod pump

    Current production: 118 m3/D (13% oil still cleaning up)

  • Oil Well Installation:

    Vertical oil well: 1,300 m

    Frequent history of failed PCPs

    Jet pump system installed: Sep 2008:

    3 year run time still going

    No downhole problems to date

    System HP: < 50 HP

    Initial Production: +/-900 BPD

    Current Production: +/-400 BPD

    (pumped off)

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    Jet Pump Production Performance: Provident 11-9

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    Total Fluid Rate - prorated (BPD)Rate Adjustments

    Oil Well Installation:

  • Recent Oil Well Installation:

    2nd Long Coulee Installation:

    Previous: Rod Pump:

    45 m3/D Total Fluid / 4 m3/D Oil

    Current: Jet Pump:

    70 m3/D Total Fluid / 9 m3/D Oil

  • Recent Jet Pump

    Production Test on

    Horizontal Condensate

    Well

    (3 Leg Multi-lateral):

    21 Day Jet Pump Test:

    No wax control steps used

    Severe wax build-up observed

    Easy to overcome wax with permanent jet pump - options:

    Add chemical to circulation fluid

    Heat circulation fluid

    Periodic Hot Oiler

    Plans underway for permanent jet pump installation

    Temporary

    Jet Pump Skid

    Under Performing

    Rod Pump

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    Jet Pump was

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    Jet PumpTest

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    Rod Pump Performance Jet Pump

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    Rod Pump

    Fluid: 12 m3/d

    Oil: 7 m3/D

    Jet Pump (average)

    Fluid: 36 m3/d

    Oil: 16.5 m3/D

    : 135% higher than

    with rod pump

  • Flow-back Operations

  • Post Frac-Flowback Case #1

    Gas Rate:

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    = 460 mcfd

    Total Fluid:

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  • Gas Well Dewatering

  • Technology Validation

    Case History:

    Wet P&A candidate with reserves

    Repeated conventional pump failures:

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    Jet Pump Installed Feb 2007:

    17 months continuous service:

    * no downhole problems

    Carrier removed July 2008 for inspection:

    * no wear all parts at factory spec

    Optimize jet pump performance with new data:

    Gas rate went from:

    180 MCFD to 320 MCFD

    Date Cost

    5-May-04 $5,300

    20-May-04 $18,800

    26-Sep-04 $16,121

    8-Aug-05 $53,202

    10-Jan-06 $20,112

    12-May-06 $30,072

    29-Jun-06 $63,567

    $207,174

    Mature Gas Well Reactivation

    Changed Nozzle / Throat Size

  • Horizontal Gas Applications

  • Horizontal Gas Applications

    Horizontal gas well: 955 m TVD / 2020 m MD

    PackersPlus completion

    Pump landed in heel: 1050 m TVD / 950 m MD

    30 HP jet pump system

    Producing 20 to 30 m3/D Total Fluid (15 to 20% oil)

    Gas @ 15+ E3m3/D

    30 HP Pump Skid

  • Horizontal Gas Applications

    Horizontal Gas Well - Jet Pump Dewatering:

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  • Shale Gas Wells

  • Shale Gas Applications

    Water Loading Shale Gas Well:

    Need to land pump at TD & pump well down to 50 psi BHP

    Pump Landing

    Depth

  • Shale Gas Applications

    Water Loading Shale Gas Well:

    Dual 15 HP Diaphragm Pump Skids:

  • Shale Gas Wells

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    Shale Gas Applications

  • Shallow Gas Wells

  • Shallow Gas Applications

    Low Rate Dewatering need for an efficient lift system:

    10 well project / 2 wells per pad

    FlatPak tubing system

    Wells pumped off: +/- 2 m3/well

  • Shallow Gas Applications

    Semi Permanent Option:

    Gas

    Flow

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    Wells

    Gas

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    FlatPak Tubing System

  • Innovations in Artificial Lift Technology

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