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  • OVERVIEW| bakerhughes.com

    Applications Heavy oil

    Conventional oil

    Gas well dewatering

    Low marginal wells

    Solids handling

    Operating envelope

    25 to 5,000 BFPD 3,600 psi pressure capability Operating temperature up to 300F (149C)

    Up to 40 API fluid gravity

    Features and benefi ts Increased efficiency

    Offers energy cost savings

    Minimal moving parts Increases reliability

    Wide operating range

    Provides operational flexibility

    Low profile systems Excellent for use in environmentally

    sensitive areas

    Viscous fluid handling Provides solution for most heavy

    oil applications

    High solids content capabilities Improves reliability in harsh

    downhole environments

    Reduced CAPEX and OPEX

    Lowers total cost of ownership

    Progressing cavity pumping (PCP) systems from Baker Hughes offer production solutions in a wide range of applications and fl ow rates. Building on 50 years of artifi cial lift expertise, Baker Hughes designs and manufactures complete PCP systems to extend the operating range of the Baker Hughes portfolio of pumping solutions. The PCP system is a positive displacement pump that provides additional energy to increase the fl ow of hydrocarbons to the surface.

    Since 1986 Baker Hughes has revolutionized the oil and gas industry with progressing cavity pump technology. The company fi rst used this technology in hydraulic drilling motors, creating

    innovative solutions in horizontal and directional drilling. Two product lines collaborated in 1998 to leverage the PCP technology from INTEQ and the artifi cial lift expertise from Centrilift. Today Baker Hughes is the only PCP technology company totally dedicated to the oil and gas industry.

    Baker Hughes offers both rod driven progressing cavity pumping (RDPCP) systems and electrical submersible progressing cavity pumping (ESPCP) systems. In addition to the downhole components, Baker Hughes RDPCP systems include best-in-class surface driveheads for reliability, easy installation, safety, and environmental considerations.

    Progressing Cavity Pumping SystemsLower OPEX and eliminate deferred production in viscous fl uids

  • OVERVIEW

    RDPCP, ESPCP, Electrospeed, and microDRIVE are trademarks of Baker Hughes Incorporated.

    Disclaimer of Liability: This information is provided for general information purposes only and is believed to be accurate as of the date hereof; however, Baker Hughes Incorporated and its affi liates do not make any warranties or representations of any kind regarding the information and disclaim all express and implied warranties or representations to the fullest extent permissible by law, including those of merchantability, fi tness for a particular purpose or use, title, non-infringement, accuracy, correctness or completeness of the information provided herein. All information is furnished as is and without any license to distribute. The user agrees to assume all liabilities related to the use of or reliance on such information. BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED AND ITS AFFILIATES SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE, EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FROM ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ITS NEGLIGENCE.

    2014 Baker Hughes Incorporated. All rights reserved. 29956 01/2014

    Baker Hughes variable speed drives (VSD) are the only surface control systems designed specifi cally for oilfi eld applications, providing the highest level for downhole pumping system.

    Baker Hughes PCP systems are supported by engineering, technical, manufacturing, and application experts. This ensures robust, application-specifi c production solutions for the oil and gas industry. These PCP systems provide operators with a choice of application-specifi c designs to deliver the ultimate PCP value.

    Contact your Baker Hughes representative today or visit www.bakerhughes.com/pcp to fi nd out how the PCP system from Baker Hughes can lower OPEX in your wells.

    Electrospeed PCor microDRIVE

    A variable speed drive is designed to establish

    operational control of the system.

    LT Series DriveheadThese units support the sucker rod string and allow for the transfer of power from the prime mover to the rod string.

    Progressing cavity pumpA high effi ciency pump designed for various well environments. A major benefi t of the PCP is the ability to effi ciently produce viscous and solids laden fl uids.

    LT cam series torque anchorProvides stability and maintains the integrity of the tubing connections.

    Rod guidesProvide centralization of the rod string within the production tubing.

    RDPCP system

    ElectrospeedA variable speed drive

    is designed to establish operational control of

    the system.

    Progressing cavity pumpA high effi ciency pump designed for various well environments. A major benefi t of the PCP is the ability to effi ciently produce viscous and solids laden fl uids.

    Seal sectionIsolates the motor and gear reducer oil from the wellbore fl uids. It also houses the thrust bearing that isolates thrust from the gear reducer and motor.

    Gear ReducerA gear drive that reduces motor speed to acceptable PCP speed, and increases torque to drive the PCP.

    Electric MotorStandard ESP motors are used to drive the ESPCP system.

    Flex shaft and intakeThese components convert the eccentric motion of the PCP to the concentric motion of the seal section.

    ESPCP system

  • OVERVIEW| bakerhughes.com

    Applications Heavy oil

    Gas well dewatering

    Conventional oil and gas

    Low marginal wells

    Solids handling

    Features and benefi ts Hollow shaft design

    Allows easy field installation and flush-by operations

    Standpipe vs. standard oil seal design Enhanced environmental protection

    Hydraulic automatic backspin control Dissipates system energy safely

    Self regulated braking system Eliminates need for manual adjustments

    Mechanical and conventional seal options Allows for operator flexibility

    and interchangeability

    Tachometer Eliminates safety concerns Improves ease of operation

    Injectable packing capable Simplifies maintenance without loss

    of production

    Removable stuffing box Allows ease of operation and safety

    Through tubing conveyed deployment Lowers operating expenses

    Anti-corrosion coating Provides flexibility under a variety of

    environmental conditions

    Driveheads from Baker Hughes are the industrys most robust drivehead line for powering rod driven progressing cavity pumping (RDPCP) systems. When matched with a PCP pump, these systems can address a myriad of challenging downhole environments.

    This RDPCP system includes drivehead equipment options to suit a wide variety of applications with drive requirements from 5 to 300 hp. Baker Hughes manufactures these driveheads in-house to exacting standards, and the rugged durability makes them applicable in severe environments, including harsh cold weather and desert conditions. In fact, all driveheads receive the same

    marine-quality coatings used for protection in offshore applications.

    Baker Hughes has internalized many of the vital drivehead components to reduce the potential for damage during installation or maintenance. Since many components are internal, this also protects the drivehead from harsh environmental conditions that can prematurely deteriorate exposed equipment.

    RDPCP systems are suitable for conventional oil and gas applications, waterfl ood source wells, and coalbed methane (CBM) dewatering operations. PCP pumps have a simple design, which decreases emulsifi cation and increases effi ciency.

    Rod Driven Progressing Cavity Pumping SystemsOffer robust driveheads and rugged PCP pumps for challenging well conditions

  • OVERVIEW

    RDPCP, Electrospeed, and microDRIVE are trademarks of Baker Hughes Incorporated.

    Disclaimer of Liability: This information is provided for general information purposes only and is believed to be accurate as of the date hereof; however, Baker Hughes Incorporated and its affi liates do not make any warranties or representations of any kind regarding the information and disclaim all express and implied warranties or representations to the fullest extent permissible by law, including those of merchantability, fi tness for a particular purpose or use, title, non-infringement, accuracy, correctness or completeness of the information provided herein. All information is furnished as is and without any license to distribute. The user agrees to assume all liabilities related to the use of or reliance on such information. BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED AND ITS AFFILIATES SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE, EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FROM ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ITS NEGLIGENCE.

    2014 Baker Hughes Incorporated. All rights reserved. 29958 01/2014

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    RDPCP Performance - For USD 6,000 incremental investment, operator achieves 12 BOPD incremental production and dramatic run life improvement.

    Electrospeed PCor microDRIVE

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    operational controlof the system.

    LT series driveheadThis supports the sucker rod string and allows for the transfer of power from the prime mover to the rod string.

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