Case Studies

Vertical Shallow Gas Well Deliquefying- Saskatchewan Canada

The shallow 1,312 feet (400m) deep well had previously been liquid loaded and had lain dormant with zero gas production. the Airwell pump is sucessfully pumping 65 BBls per day of fluid from the well with the well initially returning online to produce 35 MCF per day with this production steadily increasing. 

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Shale Gas Well Deliquefying - Barnett Shale Texas , USA

On the 27th of May 2011 Airwell Oil and Gas commissioned the first commercial trial of their patented "Slug Lift" technology down deviated Barnett Shale Gas Well to a depth of 7,350 feet (2,240 metres). This well had been deliquefyed with conventional methods until the bottom hole pressure reduced to a point that the well became completley liquid loaded.

Since starting, the trial pump has been pumping an aveerage of 120 BBls per day, however it is expected that the flow rate will stabilise at 20-30 BBls per day.

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Coal Seam Gas Well Deliquefying - Queensland, Australia

On the 30th March 2012 Airwell commissioned its first coal seam gas well deliquefying pump in Queensland.

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Oil Stripper Wells - Phillips Lease Claremore, Oklahoma

Seven Airwell pumping systems were installed in Claremore Oklahoma in June 2010. These are monitored and controlled from Airwell's office in Wichita Falls, Texas.

Before installation of the Airwell system, these 7 wells where equipmed with traditional Pump Jack systems

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Airwell Flow Testing Services - Case Study

A very popular West Australian tourist attraction has been inable to keep up with their water needs due to the increasing number of visitors. They were carting 40,000 litres of water twice per week to meet cureent demands.

After drilling 2 new bores, Airwell was contracted to undertake flow testing on the bores and provide data to assit the hydrogeologist in determining the quantity and reliability of water from this new water source.

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