The Hi-Rise System overcomes rod pumping challenges in unconventional wellbores, such as deviated wellbores, production rates, ESG and electrical costs, and service efficiency.With proven production improvements in hundreds of wells, LPS created the Hi-Rise System to combine its industry-leading products and services to extend run life and improve production.
The fit-for-purpose conveyance system of LightningFlo™ and LightningRod™ significantly reduces rod parts and holes in tubing.
LightningFlo™ lined tubing provides protection from frictional wear and corrosive effects of the caustic downhole environment. A major operator in the Permian was able to decrease tubing leaks by 96% and rod parts by 31%.
LightningRod™ continuous rod dramatically reduces rod failures by eliminating the sucker rod coupling. Over a million feet have been installed in US basins, lowering system ownership cost.
LPS has designed hundreds of wells to ensure that every well will successfully achieve the target rates and maximize the run life. Application engineering works collaboratively with the customer team to provide designs to meet their targets. After installation, the teams tweak and modify the solution based onfield conditions. —Learn More
LPS has developed the patent-pending EMI technology that allows for continuous inspection of the rod while it is pulled out of hole. By utilizing electromagnetism, continuous rod sections are easily identified and replaced, reducing service jobs. The rod string may experience compression and buckling fatigue, and the EMI can identify this in addition to wear and corrosion. Multiple scans on the same well over time can determine the rate of change of wear/tear on the rod while it is in operation. EMI allows operators to make an educated decision on the conditions of the rod string, enabling swift decisions once the rod is pulled out of the wellbore and allowing engineers to make proactive decisions to reduce future issues. —Learn More
Service availability is guaranteed with readily available equipment near your operations to improve service efficiency, enabling more jobs to be completed in a month and reducing costs. The service rig takes less than half an hour to rig up and is used for pump changes, rod changes, and quick diagnostics. Combined with a traditional workover rig, it significantly increases the number of jobs that can be completed. —Learn More