Hydraulic fracturing is one of most complex technologies in the oil & gas production industry. For over 50 years now, it has been used to enhance oil & gas reservoir recovery.
FracJet-Volga has s state-of-the-art frac fleet and qualified personnel to ensure highest quality of fracturing operations.
The blender is designed to mix fracturing fluids with proppants and additives, with their subsequent feed to pumping units. It is equipped with reservoirs and precision delivery pumps, as well as two augers for proppant feed with the concentration of up to 1,800 kg/m3 (15.02 lb/gal), feed pumps for water-based additives (6 pumps) and bulk additives (3 pumps). It also has four (4) flowmeters and a density gauge. The blender features the maximum output of 8 m3/min (2,213 gpm). The blender is mounted on cross-country chassis.
FJV fleet includes four pumping units 2,250 hp each with the aggregate maximum flow rate of 8 m3/min (2,213 gpm). Max working pressure – 103 MPa (14,940 psi). The unit is mounted on a heavy-duty tractor.
The data van records up to 200 parameters during fracturing operations, controls all pumping units, the blender and the hydration unit. It is equipped with a power supply unit, controls and data displays, as well as a field laboratory. The van is mounted on cross-country chassis.
The hydration unit is designed to prepare and feed gels during frac jobs. It is equipped with reservoirs for chemical additives and three flowmeters (one at the input, and two at the exit). Maximum output - 8 m3/min (2,213 gpm). Also, it has feed pumps for liquid additives (3) and bulk additives (1) with Coriolis flowmeters. The unit is mounted on cross-country chassis.
FJV fleet includes two Sand Feed Units with the aggregate capacity of 160 tons of proppant. Each unit is equipped with three separate feed tanks for various fractions. The unit is mounted on cross-country chassis.
The maximum working pressure of the high-pressure lines is 103 MPa (14,940 psi). The unit is mounted on cross-country chassis with a loader crane.