Key applications for the oil-and gas industry include: methanol/ethanol injection, chemical injection packages, H2S and CO2 re-injection, condensate forwarding or re-injection and glycol injection.
LEWA pumps and systems is the world leader in metering pumps according to API and many other specifications, for plunger, diaphragm, process pumps as well as skids, packages and systems, and provides the widest range of pressures, flow rates and materials covering the toughest applications in the oil and gas industry, on and offshore, up and downstream.
LEWA’s key products include metering pumps, process diaphragm pumps, odorizing systems, solar-, electric motor-, and air/gas driven chemical injection packages, large to small on-/off-shore packages, CO2/H2S re-injection units, custom made high pressure diaphragm pumps and condition monitoring systems for a variety of industries.
These products are supplied to key industries, such as:
- Oil and gas (upstream and downstream)
- Chemicals and petrochemicals
- Pharmaceuticals and personal care
- Foods and beverages
- Plastics processes
- Cleaning and detergents
- Specials (such as gas odorizing)
LEWA’s core expertise includes:
- International project management
- Worldwide on-site presence
- First class service and spare part distribution
- Pre and after-sales services
Full process solution provider
No need to switch to other, non-proven equipment – once the flows and pressures get higher. Over 50 years of sound, practical and proven experience in the oil and gas industry, LEWA can provide the complete range.
Diaphragm metering pumps – LEWA ecoflow
LEWA ecoflow provides the highest reliability. Featuring a wealth of standardised assemblies, LEWA’s ecoflow range of diaphragm metering pumps can be customized for practically every pumping application.
Ecoflow metering pumps incorporate the LEWA Diaphragm Protection System (DPS) that perfectly complements the range’s proven modular design and offers safe control of the diaphragm movement during operation.
In addition to modular, standardised diaphragm metering pumps, LEWA can also deliver specialised solutions to meet the customer’s requirements.
Process diaphragm pumps – LEWA ecoflow and LEWA triplex
LEWA continues to set new standards for process diaphragm pump technology in high-pressure process engineering. With a pressure range of up to 1,200bar, our process diaphragm pumps can quickly and safely transfer critical, toxic and inflammable fluids in a wide variety of operating conditions.
LEWA package engineering
The company delivers engineering and on-site commissioning services for metering and mixing applications, and supplies both proven standard packages and metering packages, tailor-made for specific applications. Competence from one source with a minimum of interfaces and consistent component selection minimizes the risk due to our functional warranty.
LEWA’s metering solutions and odorizing systems are delivered with modern electronics that enable both open and closed loop control and monitoring. LEWA meets all requirements for new systems or upgrades from proportional control up to PLC-operated systems.
LEWA CMS (condition monitoring system)
To ensure continuous operation and avoid costly and time-consuming emergency shut downs, a condition monitoring system, LEWA CMS, offers the most economic solution.
With LEWA CMS, pump life-cycle cost is lowered by reducing machine downtime, accomplished by progressing from preventive to condition-oriented maintenance and further reducing the risk of unexpected pump breakdowns and loss of production.
Best solution and technology for the customer’s benefit
LEWA’s definition of customer benefit includes more than just technical features and high standards for quality. Other important features include our after-sales capabilities, first-class service, a worldwide on-site presence and international project management. Customers are offered competent and comprehensive consulting. The process, the system approach and, in particular, economics are always the focal point.
To support our claim of being the market leader, we can name many outstanding and technically extremely demanding applications (environmentally and application-wise).
West Africa, South America, the Gulf of Mexico – high-pressure chemical injection (non-lubricating chemicals such as methanol, ethanol). Abrasive catalysts, bentonite – the Middle East, the North Sea, CO2 /H2S reinjection in Canada, and many other locations.
How small-scale LNG industry can benefit from the unique properties of submerged motor pumps.
Technical advances for LNG pumps aboard FSRUS.
How to Implement a Safety and Environmental Management System to Reduce Risks in Cryogenic Pump Testing
LNG facilities are built with state-of-the-art equipment and safety controls. The industry's highest priority has always been safety and security, which is reflected in its impressive safety record. In Japan, the LNG safety record provides a good indication of the industry's overall safety performance.
In designing a pumping system, controllability using variable speed to adjust pump operation can help in achieving energy savings. Increasing rotational speed above normal line frequencies and using higher speed motors lead to more compact, lighter pumps.
Submerged electric motor pumps (SEMP), operating at a cryogenic temperature in a liquid hydrocarbon environment, provide a rolling element bearing design application that meets these criteria.
In the oil and gas industry you come across diaphragm pumps with a wide performance range, from exploration over processing to transportation to the consumer.
For many years, LEWA has been continuously developing its own software for pump-piping configurations. In recent years, we developed and implemented a powerful one-dimensional fluid dynamics solver.
The Greater Plutonio development, comprising the Galio, Cromio, Paladio, Plutonio and Cobalto fields, lies in 1,200m to 1,600m deep water, approximately 160km north-west of Luanda in the Block 18 concession, offshore Angola.
The South Pars field located in Iran is the northern extension of Qatar’s giant North Field. It covers an area of 500 square miles and is located 3,000m below the seabed at a water depth of 65m.
The Corrib field is a Triassic gas development in the Atlantic Ocean, situated off the coast of Ireland. It is approximately 50 miles west of the Mullet peninsula in County Mayo and lies in the Slyne Trough in Blocks 18/20 and 18/25.
Discovered in July 2000, Kashagan was described as the largest field found in the past 30 years, the largest outside of the Middle East, with a projected output close to that of the Ghawar field in Saudi Arabia.
The Valhall field was discovered in 1975 and came online in 1982. It is operated by BP, which holds a 35.95% interest while the remaining 64.05% interest is held by Hess Norge.
Lewa has been awarded a five-year global framework agreement with BP to supply chemical injection packages for BP's Global Projects Organisation.
Tokyo-based manufacturer of fluid control technologies Nikkiso acquired Dutch sales company and system integrator of industrial pumps and compressors Geveke BV in late July.
Placing orders in the evening or on the weekend is the order of the day in small companies. Unfortunately, so are waiting for an offer to be quoted and lengthy price negotiations. To meet the needs of plant construction companies like Conaqua Wassertechnik, metering and process diaphragm pump manufacturer Lewa has now set up a Webshop.
In March 2013, Lewa-Nikkiso America acquired Integrated Process Technologies (IPT), a Massachusetts-based company specialising in the engineering, design, and manufacture of high purity process systems. IPT has a proven track record of delivering design-build projects for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology markets with particular expertise in process / mechanical and process / automation systems integration.
From now on, Lewa will market the progressing cavity and screw spindle pumps of Knoll Maschinenbau, allowing the company to address even more applications. Knoll will benefit from new sales channels to penetrate into entirely new markets and expand its own international presence.
Since February 1 2013, the Pump and System Division of the Lewa-Nikkiso Group has been led by a triumvirate. The former CEO of Lewa, Bernd Stütz, left the company at the end of 2012. On 1 January, Naota Shikano took over as his successor. Shikano is now sharing responsibility for the pump and systems business of the entire group with Stefan Glasmeyer, who is responsible for sales, and with Dr. Martin Fiedler, who is head of the Operations Division.
Bernd M Stütz, chief executive officer of the Lewa Group, a leading manufacturing company of metering pumps and systems for complex tasks, is leaving the company at the end of 2012.
With the inauguration of the new Nikkiso Cryo Europe competence centre at LEWA S.R.L. in Milan, Italy, LEWA and its parent company NIKKISO have improved customer proximity and shortened the response cycle for cryogenic submerged motor pumps.
With the launch of a new website, CCS cooperation and the 60th company anniversary: the past couple of months have been quite eventful for LEWA. In addition to these developments, LEWA has also created its new newsletter, 'Orange'.
It seems that fossil fuels will continue to be the primary source of energy in the decades to come. However, solutions for the accompanying problems - for example the creation of greenhouse gases - have to be provided. LEWA and Burckhardt Compression have taken up the challenge of this task. In the future, both enterprises are going to jointly manufacture systems that not only increase the production capacity of oil, but simultaneously decrease the emission of ecologically harmful gases.
Bayer Technology Services (BTS) is a well-known supplier of industrial chromatography products and services in the area of process technologies for the Bayer Group and for external customers.
A new-look website has been launched by the LEWA Group, which is clearer, more informative and more appealing. Visitors of www.lewa.com are offered a completely renewed structure with detailed product information, services and innovative tools.
Lewa can apply the special expertise gained in 60 years of experience with metering in demanding process technology. This is no trivial task.
Bernd M. Stütz, CEO of LEWA, has been named a senator after a decision was made by the Presidium and Board of the Economic Senate. Professor Dr. Annette Schavan, Federal Minister of Education and Science, presented the certificate at a festive celebration at the end of March 2012, in Berlin.
LEWA has been identified as one of the top innovators among the midsize companies by corporate consulting company Munich Strategy Group.
The developmental objective for the diaphragm metering pump was ambitious: the result is a solution for medium-sized requirements on a 'smaller' investment budget.
To strengthen its presence in the Middle East and the Arabic region, Lewa has expanded its existing sales office in Dubai into a legally independent subsidiary. LEWA Middle East FZE is headquartered in the Jebel Ali free trade zone in Dubai. Jim O'Neil has been appointed to CEO, having already he
In the context of the "Green Technologies Day" event series initiated by Lewa, at the end of March participants were intensively discussing the question of whether CO2 should be seen as a climate killer or a raw material. Current research activities involving the capture and storage of carbon dio
In the past four years, LEWA has had ongoing growth in sales and profits – putting it to the tenth place in the 'Top 100 Ranking of German Midsized Companies' issued by Munich Strategy Group (MSG). The Munich Strategy Group (MSG) specialises in strategy consulting for small and medium-s
When discharging or metering fluids, industrial system operators must often observe rigid safety and environment aspects and also meet the requirements of individual processes. LEWA's core competence is to offer solutions for these demanding tasks. The producer is globally recognised as one of th
After already receiving an award from Frost & Sullivan in December 2007 for exceptional innovative power in the development of application-oriented pumps and systems for the oil and gas industry, LEWA has been honoured with a second award in 2009. This year LEWA is receiving the pr
Now that LEWA has been acquired by the Japanese company NIKKISO, both companies are excited about their shared synergies in product technology and global market presence. The acquisition contract is still pending approval by the German Federal Cartel Office and is expected to be completed within
LEWA PTE LTD – the Singapore subsidiary of the international company LEWA GmbH – and managers who will lead the new joint venture have signed an agreement based on long-term and established cooperation. Operating under the name Pump Alliance PTE LTD, the goal of the Singapore-based comp
A number of high-pressure pumps from pump and system producer LEWA, which in 2010 will go into service aboard a crude oil processing vessel (FPSO) in the Skarv Idun gas field off the Norwegian coast, first had to be transported via Rotterdam to a shipyard in South Korea. The magnitude of this shi
The company LEWA ranks among the leading solution providers worldwide for liquid metering in the process industry (oil and gas, petrochemical, chemical), especially where critical conditions are concerned. There are hardly any alternatives on the market to LEWA’s hermetically diaphragm pumps and
LEWA will be present at ONS 2008 in Stavanger, Norway from August 26 to 28. LEWA GmbH and LEWA AS will join the German Pavillion in Hall C, Stand 342-17. For more information, please contact Arne Hauge (managing director, LEWA AS) or Martin Philippin (regional sales manager).