SAND MANAGEMENT services FOR
Steady State Production

Provide clean production to your facilities and manage your bottom line by combining cyclonic and filtration desanding technologies after one year of flowing your well.
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Just because your well has been flowing for over a year doesn’t mean the risk of sand production is gone

The steady state production phase begins at the end of the first year the well is online and lasts until the end of that well’s life. However, although the well’s production and pressure has significantly declined, it does not mean that sand production has completely dropped off. In many cases, the well still produces sand — which can cause significant damage to your production facilities and downstream pipelines if it is not dealt with.

EnerCorp offers a number of desanding technologies and sand management services designed specifically for the steady state phase. Based on the unique characteristics of your well, we can reduce personnel requirements and HSE exposure by:

Offering a range of sand management solutions to address persistent solids production

Mitigating sand issues on your well after being hit by an offset nearby frac

Implementing remote monitoring and automation technologies to give real-time visibility of site conditions

Preparing reports for production related metrics

Supporting field logistics with your lease operators

Checking your facility on a daily or weekly basis

Speak with our experienced team today about your steady state well conditions so we can determine the fit-for-purpose solution.
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Steady State Well Conditions

From flowback to early production to steady state, EnerCorp offers sand management services for the life of your well

Four Phase Production Separator

Four Phase Separator

For the steady state phase, our four-phase production separator is a high-performing desanding solution

Single footprint combines cyclonic sand removal technology with production stream separation

Extends capabilities of three phase separator to effectively remove sand in a single piece of capital equipment

World-class sand separation capture rate >97% with Sahara cyclone

Completely isolated chamber for sand separation – overflow from cyclone enters a three phase separation process

Water jetting system in the sand chamber allows for easy and complete evacuation of sand

Multiple production skid configuration

To align with the low pressures of the steady state phase, we can configure our production skids at lower pressures, with all available features. Creating fit-for-purpose solutions, we offer numerous configurations of production skids, such as our market-leading Sahara Advanced Cyclone skid.

World-class sand separation capture rate >97%

Highly accurate weight measurement connected to SCADA for operator call-out only when needed

Blowdown vessel fluid removal and recycling system eliminates extra trucking and disposal costs due to liquid

Blowdown vessel sand volume is monitored and connected to SCADA for disposal truck call-out only when needed

Self contained blowdown limits HSE exposure – potential for full closed loop system

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How can you minimize the risk of sand production during steady state?

What is sand management?

Low pressure doesn’t always equal low sand production

Washed out belly dump valves and chokes or sand erosion on piping and pump components is still possible during steady state. When you’re not prepared with the right desanding skid configuration, this can have a major negative operational impact.

Do you want to avoid


Increased costs from replacing parts and cleaning out vessels or tanks

Constant non-productive time and lost production due to shutting in wells

Several environmental release incidents and clean up costs from washed out parts

High HSE exposure and emissions due to opening vessels or tanks


With industry-leading desanding technology and sand management services, EnerCorp can help.

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The Sahara Cyclone Production Skid illustrated here is a singular example of a multitude of production skid configurations that can be provided.

Based upon the needs of your sand challenge, EnerCorp can combine cyclonic or filtration based sand removal technologies with a variety of optional features to meet your needs.

World-class sand separation capture rate >97%

Highly accurate weight measurement connected to SCADA for operator call-out only when needed

Blowdown vessel fluid removal and recycling system eliminates extra trucking and disposal costs due to liquid

Blowdown vessel sand volume is monitored and connected to SCADA for disposal truck call-out only when needed

Self contained blowdown limits HSE exposure – potential for full closed loop system

Technology

Sand Separation Options

EnerCorp offers production skids that are:

Cyclones

Filters

A combination of both cyclones & filters

Our trained technical sales and engineering staff will work with you to select the appropriate technology or combination of technologies to meet your needs.

Mojave Dual Cyclone

Mojave Dual Cyclone

~ 90%

Sand Capture Rate

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Sahara Advanced Cyclone

Sahara Advanced Cyclone

> 97%

Sand Capture Rate

View Sahara

Sand Cyclones

> 10,000

BOE per day


Scorpion Filter

Scorpion Filter

3,000

BOE per day

View Scorpion

ScorpionXT Filter

ScorpionXT Filter

7,500

BOE per day

View ScorpionXT

Sand Filters

> 99%

Sand Capture Rate

Options

Popular Production Skid Add-On Features

The following features are optional and can be configured as part of your production skid. Each of the technologies listed provides a capability that may be useful for your application. Through consultation with an EnerCorp sales professional, we can identify the options that have value based upon the needs of your application.
ScorpionXT Production Skids Arctic Package
ScorpionXT Production Skids with optional Arctic Package

Digital Sensors & SCADA

  • Pressure monitoring for filters
  • Weight monitoring for cyclones
  • Volume monitoring for blowdown vessels

Objective: deploy personnel only when needed

Blowdown Vessels

Fully contained vessel that can be tied in to onsite flare if needed

Objective: zero environmental or personnel exposure

Blowdown fluid recirculation system

Pump down the fluid in the blowdown vessel and reinject it back into the production stream

Objective: Significantly reduce the volume of vacuum trucks needed to dispose of sand and liquids waste from the blowdown vessel

Arctic Package

Winterize the unit to withstand harsh cold temperatures

Objective: eliminate downtime in winter


Sand management services for each
phase of your well’s life

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