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CIPPE Focus 1: Jereh 3100HHP Fracturing Pumper Breaks the Record
in-en.com  2013-3-25 15:16:12  

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Yantai Jereh Oilfield Services Group was incorporated in 1999 and now is a
public company listed in Shenzhen stock exchange. Jereh is a worldwide leader in
providing integrated solutions of oilfield equipment and services for oil and
gas drilling, well intervention, well completion, natural gas transportation,
natural gas liquefaction, environmental control and EPC services.

In 2013 CIPPE, the world first super-power fracturing pumper—Jereh 3100HHP Fracturing Pumper has successfully passed the industrial testing, with the highest output power of 3,115 hydraulic horsepower, setting a new record of one single

frac unit’s highest output power in the world oil & gas exploitation.

Jereh 3100HHP Fracturing Pumper is designed for shale gas development,
especially for the remote mountain area where operation space is limited. Core
part of the equipment is the triplex plunger pump, which can achieve the highest
input power of 4,000hp, and match with 3,300hp engine for long hours and heavy
load operations. In the field testing, this equipment reaches the highest output
power of 3,115HHP and can replace two units of the traditional 2000hp frac
pumper.

This unit is the first super-power fracturing pumper exceeding 3,000HHP output
power in the world. Jereh has brought to the industry a new hydraulic fracturing
solution, which can achieve high horsepower operation in a small well site. This
solution is an innovative breakthrough for the traditional shale gas fracturing
and more suitable for unconventional oil & gas production in harsh environment.
Jereh’s new solution can meet the requirements for continuous high power
fracturing operations for long time, and solve the problems of remote well site
and limited working area for shale gas development. “High horsepower operation
in a small well site” is no longer a problem.

 
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