Existing Wells

The recovery of oil from wells using pump jack rods and metal tubing is costly, inefficient, and environmentally hazardous. The frequent repair and maintenance of pump jacks require the use of a workover rig; which can often be expensive, time consuming and dangerous to operate. In addition to these challenges, this system has the potential to leak fluid into the environment and is susceptible to corrosion.



In every instance we install the Ωmega Production System, we are able to do away with surface equipment such as the pumpjack, motor, concrete slab used for mounting the pumpjack as well as downhole equipment, rods, pump and tubing.  All that remains at the surface is the wellhead, electrical supply and flow line connection.


Relocating equipment


To relocate equipment even a short distance with a conventional pumpjack system entails a workover rig, picker truck, and a new slab if required. The manpower, management, and equipment costs are in addition to the lost production while this is being accomplished.


Replacing Pumps or tubing


In a corrosive well environment, replacing worn and corroded rods and tubing is a regular event. In most cases, the operator is unaware of a rod or tubing problem until production ceases or is disrupted. Operators then face the costs of a workover rig on site, lost production and rod or tubing expense.


Additional value added benefits in deploying the Ωmega Production System.


  • No further expenses to replace rods, tubing, pumps, motors, belts and equipment maintenance
  • The Omega Production System means never having to pay to repair or replace any part of the Omega Production System once installed.
  • No anti-corrosion chemicals needed
  • No above ground “unsightly” equipment such as pump jack
  • Completely silent operation, only one moving part (submersible pump/motor) vs rods, motor, pump, gearbox, saddle bearing, tail bearing, pitman arms, etc., in a conventional pumping unit.
  • Very low cost and time to relocate equipment and deploy in new well.  (2 hours to retrieve and deploy system in different wellbore as opposed to a minimum 2 days to pull rods, tubing and relocate pump jack to new location)*
  • Approximately 50% of the cost of moving fluid on a per barrel basis.

* assuming power and flowline already available and new location