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Oil and gas industry

The oil and gas industry is one of the largest industrial sectors in the world in terms of revenue generation. The oil and gas industry is divided into three segments: upstream, midstream and downstream.

Upstream = Exploration & Production of Oil (finding oil reserves and drilling for extraction)
Midstream = transport from the sources to the refineries.
Downstream = refining and sale of the final products (gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, etc.).

The profitability of the oil and gas industry is unparalleled, some of the largest and recognizable multinationals in the world come from the oil and gas industry, such as ARAMCO, BP, CNPC, Chevron, Exxon Mobil, TOTAL and Shell.

Versatile application across segments

Pumps are essential in all stages of oil and gas production, from upstream extraction to midstream transport and downstream refining.

Handles extreme conditions

Designed to operate under extreme conditions, including high temperatures, high pressures, and corrosive environments.

Efficient liquid and gas transport

Efficiently moves various fluids, such as crude oil, natural gas, and chemical solutions, ensuring smooth and continuous operations.

Enhanced safety and maintenance

Regular maintenance and robust construction enhance safety, prevent breakdowns, and optimize performance in demanding environments.

Pumps in the oil and gas industry

In the oil and gas industry, pumps are an indispensable part of the production and transport processes. Pumps are used to move liquids and gases such as crude oil, natural gas, water and chemical solutions.
There are several types of pumps used in the oil and gas industry, including centrifugal pumps, positive displacement pumps, and jet pumps. Centrifugal pumps are the most common pumps in the oil and gas industry and are used to move large volumes of liquid at a relatively low pressure. Positive displacement pumps, on the other hand, are used for moving higher pressures and viscosities, while jet pumps are used for creating vacuum or mixing fluids.
Pumps are used at every stage of oil and gas production, from extracting oil and gas from the ground to transporting it to refineries and other processing facilities. In the exploration phase, pumps are used to inject water, mud and other fluids into the wellbore to increase pressure and promote oil or gas flow.
During the production phase, pumps are used to pump the crude oil and natural gas from the wells to the surface. This can be done by means of a natural pressure difference as well as by means of pump installations. After extracting the oil and gas, it must be transported to processing facilities, refineries and finally to the end users. Pumps play an important role in moving the liquids and gases through the pipelines.
Pumps are not only important for oil and gas production and transportation, but also for keeping the installations safe. They are used to drain the waste water and other production by-products, as well as to transport cooling and lubricating oils to the machines involved in production.
Another important aspect of pumps in the oil and gas industry is their maintenance. Since pumps are often exposed to extreme conditions such as high temperatures, high pressures and corrosion, they must be serviced regularly to optimize their performance and prevent breakdowns. This can range from regular inspections to replacement of parts or complete pumps.
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There are many different types of pumps and just as many applications, such as a submersible, circulation or well pump. Due to this diversity of pumps, it is wise to be well informed about what type of pump is required before you purchase one or have it overhauled. The IPG team with various pump experts can always advise you on the best possible solution for your application and can also support you with the purchase and installation of the pump.

IPG has strong relationships with various pump manufacturers and can therefore give you good advice in purchasing many types and brands of pumps. For example, the Industrial Pump Group is the Dutch importer of SAER and official dealer of Lowara, Grundfos and Seepex, among others.

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What information is required?

To select the right pump for the oil and gas industry, it is important to consider several factors. Listed below are five points on which information is required to select the right pump:

  1. Type of liquid or gas: It is important to know what type of liquid or gas is being moved by the pump, as this determines which type of pump is most suitable for the application. Some pumps are better suited for moving viscous liquids, while others work better with gas or low viscosity liquids.
  2. Flow rate: The flow rate or flow rate of the liquid or gas is an important factor in selecting the right pump. The flow rate may vary depending on the application and may affect the size of pump required.
  3. Pressure: The pressure required for the application is also important to know. Some applications require high pressures, while others require lower pressures. The pumps must be able to deliver the required pressure.
  4. Temperature: The temperature of the liquid or gas being moved is important as some pumps do not work well at high temperatures. The materials from which the pump is made must be able to withstand the high temperatures and possible corrosion.
  5. Environmental factors: Finally, it is important to consider the environmental factors under which the pump will be used. Ambient temperature, air pressure and humidity can affect pump performance and the type of pump required. The available space, the electrical supply and the required maintenance are also factors that play a role in the selection of the right pump.


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why each application has specific requirements

Each application within the oil and gas industry has its own specific requirements because the fluids and gases that are processed have different properties and are used in different environments. This requires specific pumps with different materials, constructions and performance to move the liquids and gases correctly and ensure the safety and efficiency of the process.

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