The Halliburton Zeus electric fracturing pumping unit delivers higher pump rates with 5,000 hydraulic horsepower.
Halliburton introduces the new Zeus™ electric pumping unit, the industry’s first pumping unit capable of achieving sustained activity at 5,000 hydraulic horsepower (HHP). Unlike other pumps that tout 5,000–7,000 HHP but are only able to run at a fraction of capacity at significantly lower rates, a Zeus pump delivers the horsepower it says it can.
Zeus provides instant and seamless rate changes without lag-time during rate transitions. It increases safety by controlling rate more accurately, especially during pressure testing. It also eliminates NPT associated with diesel engines, transmissions and hydraulics.
ZEUS ELECTRIC FRAC PUMP
Unlike other pumping units that average between 2,000 to 3,000 HHP, a single Zeus pump can consistently deliver 5,000 HHP at 22 BPM.
FEATURES & BENEFITS
Grid-Powered Electric Fracturing
Electric fracturing aligns with our goal to provide the industry with lower-carbon intensive solutions and our commitment to a sustainable energy future.
Sustained hydraulic horsepower
Barrels per minute (BPM)
BPM Large-Bore Dual-Manifold
With its electric-based powertrain, the Zeus pump allows you to pump higher rates with a smaller footprint – exceeding expectations on what is possible with electric technology. It allows for instant and seamless rate changes without lag times during rate transitions. In addition to eliminating NPT associated with diesel engines, transmissions, and hydraulics, the Zeus pump also increases safety by controlling rates more accurately, especially during pressure testing.
The Zeus electric pump comes paired with our newly designed large-bore, dual-manifold trailer. With the trend toward higher treating rates, this system offers fewer failure points, faster rig-up operations, and higher rate capacities – reaching up to 230 barrels per minute (BPM). This system is also built to perform and deliver the efficiency gains from simultaneous fracturing operations, which allows operators to complete more lateral footage in the same amount of time compared to current zipper-frac operations.
Halliburton’s all-electric fracturing components also include the new ExpressBlend™ blending system, a tech command center (TCC), wireline unit and ancillary equipment, such as location lighting and water transfer.
Daniel Energy Partners sits down with Chesapeake Energy to talk about a recent trip to the Marcellus to visit Halliburton’s electric frac fleet. Listen in as they share key benefits of the electric fleet and stats from their first pad in PA.Listen Now
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