What happens when you throw out “the way we’ve always done it” in ESP design? When you instead bring together the brightest minds in the ESP business to pool their expertise and design their ideal ESP:
The Summit Electric Submersible Pumping System. The worlds most advanced and reliable ESP.
This is the ultimate in client-oriented design. It comes from the heart of our desire to make systems that keep producing through all kinds of conditions; to minimize downtime that costs producers money in both repairs and lost production. Pumps that improve a producer’s bottom line.
We didn’t just modify an existing motor. We designed everything from the component level with a relentless focus on making sure each aspect of the motor was right from the start.
We’ve spent a little less than three years building a core motor line that is nothing short of first class. We’ve included materials, manufacturing systems and design features that put us significantly ahead of our competitors. Even their premium lines can offer only a few of the operating features available on our standard design.
But as exciting as all this is, we are far from satisfied. We’re continuing to search for ways to improve our motors to run even longer and to match the specific requirements of the industry as they continue to evolve.
We were able to accomplish this because our corporate structure allows us to be nimble enough to be creative. Summit assembled a small, highly-motivated core group in an environment that empowered each of us to work in a variety of roles. This streamlined approach allowed us to deliver the motors operators need in record-breaking time.
Watching ideas come to reality in such a short time has been very gratifying to all of us. We hope the end results of more reliable production and reduced repair costs have been gratifying to our clients as well.
Mr. Frey has 12 years of experience in the Electrical Submersible Pump (ESP) industry as a Product Development Engineer. In that time he has been granted ten patents, with nine pending along with being a published author with the Society Petroleum Engineers. Frey received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Oklahoma State University.