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Traditional, all retrievable gas lift valves inject gas downward, toward the formation or against the natural flow of the well - forming an eddy, or “gas pocket” as gas is blasted downward. As a result, the surface flowing pressure fluctuates and the well flows somewhat unstable.
Eagle’s latest development - the Go With The Flow gas lift valve - redirects the entry of gas upward along with the natural flow of the well. Injecting upward, along with the natural flow of the well has proven the Well flows just like a naturally flowing Well or - a Well flowing on its own. The result is a savings on the life of the whole system from the compressor to the separator. –The valve is also equipped with hydraulic bellows protection. The Go With the Flow Valve in combination with the EBEK-Flow Thru Dummy Latch poses as a dummy valve in order to prevent communication between the tubing and annulus.
For years, and especially in today’s high-priced environment, one thing has remained constant - operators are always looking for ways to reduce costs, maximize efficiency and boost productivity. Eagle’s latest development, has successfully proven that eliminating the eddy at the injection point offers you just that – and then some.
With over 106 years of experience behind the development of the new valve, we’ve also incorporated hydraulic bellows protection within the valve creating the most durable gas lift valves in the industry.
Typically, during new and recompletion of wells or plug-back operations, dummies are installed to prevent communication between the annulus and the tubing in order to test for leaks within the completion. Using dummies increases non-production time by having multiple wire- line runs, increases risk of complications when pulling dummies and re-inserting live valves – not to mention the relentless cost of dummies and latches.
During “Plug-Back” operations, gas lift valves have to be pulled and replaced with dummies. After the Plug Back operation is completed dummies must be replaced with live valves. The Eagle valve installed with the EBEK - Flow Thru Dummy Latch – eliminates multiple wire-line runs. The old live valve is replaced in the mandrel with EAGLE’S GWTF Live valve with EBEK - Flow Thru Dummy Latch. This combination poses as a dummy - allowing testing of the annulus to be completed in the conventional way - except - with a live valve in place. In order to activate the valve, one simple wire line run is required to pull the prong and the well is immediately brought back online – decreasing down-time in production. With Eagle’s system Dummy valves are virtually obsolete!
What does this mean for you? It’s simple. Eagle’s Go With The Flow valve will save you cost on dummy valves, latches and wire-line time – will increase valuable production time and will ensure that you are maximizing your profits.
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GO WITH THE FLOW!
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