The operator consulted with Aggreko to determine a better power management strategy. Aggreko’s technical specialists helped engineer a cost-efficient solution to clean up the toxic wet-sour gas and turn it into a fuel source to help power the natural gas generation station. The temporary station was designed to work in parallel with the utility grid, providing incremental power to supply run operations.
The solution generated greater than 10:1 payback. The temporary power system was able to:
With the additional electricity supply, the system allowed eight well conversions from rod pump to electrical submersible pump (ESP). This change increased operational capacity to immediately begin drilling new wells and continue toward 100% operation of available production.
Because Aggreko could adequately supply the power needed to operate submersible pumps, the customer was able to increase production , and to make efficient use of otherwise unusable gas.
Aggreko offered a safe, scalable application to economically deliver reliable temporary power to the field.