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A Basic Guide to a Standard Wellhead Design and the Polished Rod in Oil & Gas Production

When operating oil & gas wells, there are a variety of requirements to keep in mind when converting a flowing well to one utilizing a mechanical pumping configuration. For example, in order to extract the downhole packers, a tubing holddown is installed (if/when required) to ensure the correct pumping depth. This is due to the reduced bottom hole pressure; the removal of a packer helps to reduce formation pressure, and aids in promoting fluid flow.

Wellhead Design

Other requirements can include the need to reconstruct the wellhead in order to meet the particular requirements of a pump. For instance, some pumping units are used to remove water blankets from the matrix section to allow the well to flow properly again.

During these circumstances, a choke valve is typically left in place once the wing valve is utilized to help manage well production. While there are a variety of dedicated downhole pumps you can install to help better production, we will currently focus on the standard pumping configurations.

How to Prepare the Well for Downhole Pumping

During mechanical pumping well preparations, typically workers will remove the packers to help permit gas production throughout the annular space. It is mandatory for some type of holddown during production in order to thwart movements from the lower tubing section. However, it can be unconfined just enough to permit gas to flow adjacent to it and into the hole, if the operator prefers to keep the packer.

If you’d like to know more about holddowns, we go over it here: A Pumper’s Basic Guide to Mechanical Lifts in Oil & Gas Production,  here: A Basic Guide to Operating and Servicing Pumping Units in Oil & Gas Production, and here: The Fundamentals of Downhole Pump Designs in Oil and Gas Production.

Pumping Wellheads

The image in Figure 1 is one of many techniques used for attaching the pumping wellhead. In this configuration, they removed the Christmas tree and placed a pumping tee with bonnet (or adapter flange) is installed.

As seen on the tubing header in the picture, a four-way tee includes a mounted pressure safety shut-in for the flow line on top. In the event of a clogged, frozen, or broken flow line; the safety switch shuts down the well until the proper attention is received. Once the well resumes production; the controls will reset.

Wellhead Design

Figure 1. Example of a Wellhead Design featuring a Casing Connection, a Typical Shut-In Control, and Tubing.

Wellhead Design

Figure 2. The Most Common Pumping Wellhead Designs include: a Casing Head, Polished Rod, Pumping Tee, Polished Rod Clamp, Rod Lubricator, Polished Rod Liner, Stuffing box, and Tubing Head.  (Dandy Specialties and Larkin Products)

Selecting Wellhead Equipment

When determining the appropriate wellhead equipment, workers need to keep several factors in mind. This includes:

Polished Rod. It is very common to procure too short of polished rods when choosing polished rods. If this occurs while working on a troublesome well, it can also cause issues when the crew drops the rod string to tap the bottom and/or to complete other servicing tasks. During each stroke when the horse head is at its peak, an appropriately sized polished rod will be able to allow the polished rod to completely drop to the peak of the stuffing box.

The top of the polished rod should extend throughout the entire bridle carrier bar with enough allotted space to install an appropriate clamp, with enough additional room for the string to drop to the base to tap bottom.

When the horse head is at its peak, and the rod has the highest rod exposure outside the hole; the polished rod should be able to extend far enough beneath the stuffing box to drop the rod liner until it is up alongside the stuffing box.

Polished Rod Clamp. As seen in Figure 3, polished rod clamps are utilized during transportation to reinforce the rod string while the additional weight is carried by the carrier bar and bridle. The polished rod clamp is obtainable anywhere from one bolt up to four or five bolts (depending upon the rod load requirements). In some situations, lease pumpers may utilize two clamps for safety purposes.

Polished rod clamps have also been known to be placed beneath the carrier bar. This widespread practice is often used for wells with a record of polished rod failures (where the rod breaks at the carrier bar). The goal of the additional safety clamp is to help the rod string avoid traveling into the stuffing box. This clamp is often used to prevent a variety of different spills from occurring.

Wellhead Design

Figure 3. Two-Bolt Polished Rod Clamp Example

Polished Rod Liner. In order to protect the polished rod from wear, a polished rod liner is situated overtop of it. This method is simpler to avoid packing leakage from a stuffing box with a larger liner diameter. To ensure the proper polished rod liner is utilized, it should measure the optimum stroke length with an additional two added feet.

If the polished rod liner isn’t long enough, it is inclined to hang onto the obstacles in the wellhead during the upstroke, or it can even create issues while attempting to tap bottom. Workers should NEVER tighten the polished rod clamp while adjusting the clamp on top of the stuffing box.

If this occurs, each clamp tightening on the liner will create a series of indentations; and with each pumping stroke, a little quantity of compressed gas and oil is released into the atmosphere through the flawed section(s) of the polished rod liner goes through the stuffing box.

As long as the damaged polished rod liner is used, the leak will continue; and at the same time, other issues can (and will) occur as a result of the lost oil continuously running down the stuffing box and wellhead.

Unfortunately, even one slight instant of thoughtlessness can cause liner indentations. Each of these indentations can result in a variety of issues, including: lost time and needless replacement expenses.

Polished Rod Lubricator. In some cases, a free-floating polished rod lubricator with wick-action felt wiper pads is typically equipped to the polished rod. It is generally placed directly over the stuffing box.

This apparatus also provides additional lubrication for the polished rod and lengthens the packing life. During periods when oil is not produced, this additional lubrication helps the polished rod avoid getting too hot and destroying the packing; making this a particularly useful lubricator for erratically producing wells. In most cases, low-priced, non-detergent style oil is sufficient for use.

Rod Rotator. Paraffin is one type of by-product created during oil production. This waxy combination of hydrocarbons can cover the internal rods, surface pipes, tubing, and anything else the valves may come into contact with.

During specific depths, the earth’s natural heat helps keep the paraffin in a fluid-like state. However, once the paraffin elevates up into the hole, it solidifies. This causes the deposit on the rods and tubing.

Wellhead Design

Figure 4. Example of a rod rotator utilized for eliminating scale and paraffin.

To help prevent paraffin buildup, a common practice is to use a rod rotator (See Figure 4). This device is attached to the walking beam and situated on the wellhead. As the pumping unit pumps, the rotator slightly turns the rods with each stroke. Scrapers are utilized and placed close enough so that as the rods rotate with every stroke, the small over-travel scrapes the paraffin off.

While there are several paraffin-cutting paddle types, the majority of them are either circular or flat. However, these are not the only methods for eliminating paraffin. Other common options include:

  • injecting chemicals
  • pouring hot oil
  • steam (often used on rods and/or tubing once pulled and laid on the racks)

The Stuffing Box. During the early years of the petroleum industry, the majority of stuffing boxes utilized a donut-shaped packing. To help improve the stuffing boxes’ efficiency, it was manufactured with a variety of different additive types (ex. lead or graphite). However, in more recent years the cone-shaped packing has become the more popular option (See Figure 5). While there is a more improved model that is practically leak-proof; for most marginal stripper wells, the costs for these models are not justified.

Wellhead Design

Figure 5. Example of stuffing box with a cone-style packing (Trico Industries, Inc.)

In most situations, the donut-shaped packing is still highly successful for marginal to shallow depth wells. If workers utilize caution and common sense during both installation and maintenance (including periodically tightening the packing); a packing set can last the lease pumper for several years, and in many cases with practically no leakage.

However, packing can be purchased in various qualities. Therefore, it is vital to keep accurate records and to keep track of all packing costs, in order for the lease pumper to determine the most economical and productive choices for the well. Through it all, the most important action is to keep the pumping unit carrier bar well centered over the hole.

Generally stuffing boxes have a grease fitting located on the side of the box. To prevent serious injuries, this fitting should never point towards the pumping unit. No matter what size pumping unit is utilized, the fitting should always point to the side or outward. Otherwise the edge of the horse head could strike a worker during the downstroke.

Casing, Flow Line Check Valves, and Tubing Issues

Check valves are another common source of issues for wellheads. During times when scale or trash accumulates under the check valve seat, or during internal failure; the check valve can fail to properly seal, allowing the fluid to escape and flow back into the wellbore. 

Figure 6 shows two examples of wellheads. The left wellhead has 300-500 pound working pressure, while the right wellhead has a 2,000-pound working pressure. By monitoring the embossed numbers shaped into the forgings, the lease pumper can ascertain the screw connections and the pressure rating of a valve. (Determining fitting pressure ratings by a casual assessment is something each lease pumper should be equipped to do.)

Both wellhead examples contain each of the three wellhead check valves. The first is situated just following the wing valve on the upmost horizontal line. The second valve is situated directly beneath the first, while being properly aligned with the casing. (This second line also contains a wing valve.) Once both lines join, they are pointed towards the tank battery and to the third installed valve and check valve.

Wellhead Design

Figure 6. Example of two pumping wellheads with the right showcasing a high pressure unite, and the left showing a medium pressure-unit.

Casing Check Valve. This valve is used to permit the gas produced to flow from the casing to the tank battery. This feat is vital for new production to travel from the formation to the wellbore. From there the gas streams into the tank battery and throughout the casing. The fluid is propelled into the tank battery using the tubing. The casing check valve thwarts the fluids from being produced and flowing back into the bottom of the well. Even the slightest check valve leak can cause new production loss and befuddle the worker as to the correct quantity of oil production.

Flow Line Check Valve. The flow line check valve by the wellhead thwarts several issues from occurring if either (or both) wellhead check valves falter. If a tubing leak develops, then the column weight could pull the oil from the flow line back into the well. Flow line check valves also help reduce the produced oil from flowing from the header and into the well. When checked properly, this can correctly illustrate how things are transpiring to the lease pumper.

Tubing Check Valve. During certain productivity tests, it is necessary for the lease pumper to check the downhole pressure applied to the tubing. In order for accurate results, the pressure must be isolated from casing pressures. The check valve located just past the tubing wing valve prevents casing pressures from flowing back through the bleeder valve when the downhole pump action is checked at the bleeder valve.

How CAN we guarantee you a 6% lift in profit margin in 6 weeks*?

*PLEASE NOTE: 6% is the AVERAGE result of producers who implement the app into their operations..... which means a full HALF of our clients do better 🤑

Start

Send us your Well and Pumper info 📑

Your team sits back while our Petroleum Engineers turn key your build out, setting up all production facilities to precisely mirror what you’ve got going on in the field.

Day 1

Roll out Pumpers 👨🏻‍🦰👴🏻👨🏻👨🏾‍🦱👴🏽🧔🏼‍♂️📲

We train, instruct and hand hold your pumpers every step of the way. Typical time for a pumper to learn the app? 8 minutes.

Week 1

Immediate Results 🎯

  • Your production data in On Time: Because your pumper can enter production on ANY device (Android, Apple, tablet, PC, Mac, Desktop or Laptop) AND the app works offline, you’ve eliminated ANY excuse for you NOT to have your data. PS for better or worse, NOBODY leaves their home without their phone 😉
  • Your production data is Quality Controlled: Because the app checks your pumpers’ work, all your production data should now be QC’d.

Week 6

6% Lift in your Net Profit Margins Achieved or You Don’t Pay 💯💰📈

  • Your production data is in a Centralized Place: Because you have a simple system and everyone in the field knows how to work it, no one on the team ever has to wonder what’s really going on in the field.
  • The pulse and overall health of your company’s production is now known at all times
  • The status of any asset or pumper can be reviewed from any device
    • Because of this, you have now progressed to the point where you may want to set up Alerts around your production. To get you started (and get your creative juices flowing), we’ll implement two alerts on your behalf:
      • Comments
        • Get notified anytime a pumper leaves a comment without having to dig for it.
      • 7/14/30 Day Running Average
        • Get treatment to a well as soon as it shows signs of falling off.
    • However, the number and type of Alerts you can set up around your production are endless. A few common examples we see as having the biggest impact to your operations are:
  • Reduced Downtime
        • A well never sits idle for longer than it has to due to a pumper not calling it in.
  • Account for Every Drop of Oil
        • Each transfer of crude is meticulously tracked and every drop accounted for. No more skimming vacuum truck operators or purchasers pulling that extra inch of ‘velvet’ from your oil hauls.
  • Cap Ceiling Pressures on Injection and SWD wells
      • Injection wells are rated for certain pressures and blow outs are expensive. Get notified anytime an injector creeps above its maximum allowable pressure.
    • How many days since a Pumper last checked in? 👀
      • Do we trust our pumpers? Yes! Do we also want to verify they’re doing what they’re supposed to do? Oh yes!! Anytime a pumper goes AWOL for more than X days (doesn’t show up on site, doesn’t submit data) you know about it.

The bad news is you still have to work. The good news is you now have the power to put full oversight of both your pumpers and your production on automatic enabling you to focus on the activities in your company that will move the needle such as acquiring more wells, drilling and re-completions, or simply taking more time off 🏝️

ALLOW US TO STIMULATE YOUR GREED GLAND 🤑

MOST OPERATORS START ACHIEVING RESULTS IN LESS THAN 1 WEEK

Accurate & Timely Production Data

Weekly, monthly, or missed reports simply don’t cut it. Why? Because longer reporting intervals increase the risk of inaccuracies and discrepancies in your production data, which not only erodes trust in the reported figures but also makes it challenging to analyze trends or forecast future production 📉 With Greasebook, eliminate any excuse NOT to have your production data.

Reduced Downtime through Alerts

Gain timely detection of equipment malfunctions or other operational issues and prevent costly breakdowns. With Greasebook, alert your in-house team to issues in the field wherever they're at.

Centralized Repository

Get full production history, well files, commentary and the like in the hands of the people who need it (when they need it) and enable everyone in the field or office to do their best work.

Reduced Overhead

The height of cultivation runs to simplicity. Greasebook is kinda like a "Robotic Production Tech" 🤖, streamlining your operations and automating back-office tasks all while eliminating any excess operational drag ❌ ⚙️

Increased Production

Catch a hole in the tubing or an engine issue immediately when a well begins to slip (not several weeks later when your purchaser statements come in 💸)Greasebook is the next best thing to 'sitting shotgun' with each pumper on every route. And because you'll have complete visibility of your assets and your field crew, you'll not only avoid significant expenses associated with repairs and oversights but you'll also produce more oil because of it.

Full Accountability

Get everyone in the field on the same page and gain full transparency of your assets and pumpers in the field. Eliminate any chance of boiler housed reports and ‘Kitchen Table Pumping’ for good 🍳

→ “No-sweat” complete Company setup, turn-keyed by a Pet. Eng.
→ “Done for you” Pumper roll-out and training

Focus

From one-off wells to lengthy routes, no matter what form your pumping takes, GreaseBook keeps your pumpers focused on moving those production updates from field to office.

Gather

Easily gather everything that matters. Track tank levels, capture notes, administer well tests, submit photos of scanned run tickets. All from the field. All on your mobile device. All over the cellular network.

Connect

Connect with the people who help you get it all done. Communicate, collaborate, and share in real-time with your guys and gals in the field without ever leaving the GreaseBook.

Access

Access fast, accurate gauge sheets. No need to re-key production or manipulate Excel. Just one click and your production is organized into a beautiful screen-friendly layout.

SIT BACK WHILE OUR PETROLEUM ENGINEERS IMPLEMENT EVERYTHING FOR YOU 🌴

TURNKEY SET-UP🔑 AND
"DONE FOR YOU" PUMPER TRAINING EXPLAINED 👩🏻‍🏫 👴🏻🧔🏻‍♂️👨🏾📲

Your Greasebook Set-Up explained in 3 simple steps. Send us your existing production info or login to your existing Legacy Production System and we’ll assign a Petroleum Engineer to turnkey your entire setup for you.

We’ll build your wells, your tank straps, your users and anything else you require.

Once everything has been approved by your team, we’ll roll out and train your pumpers while you focus on more important stuff.

Send us your Well and Pumper info 📑

Your team can sit back while our team of Petroleum Engineers turnkey your build out, setting up all production facilities to precisely mirror what you’ve got going on in the field.

We roll out and train your Pumpers 📲

We train, instruct and hand hold your pumpers every step of the way. What's the typical time for a pumper to learn the app? About 8 minutes.

Immediate Results 🎯

Because the app works offline and NOBODY leaves their home without their phone, you’ve eliminated any excuse for you NOT to have your data. What about those pumpers who doesn't have a smartphone?

With Greasebook, in addition to smartphones your pumpers can also enter their data on whichever PC, Mac, Desktop, Laptop or Tablet they're most comfortable with 💻✅

→ Achieve results in less than 1 week
→ Doesn’t work? Don’t like it? WE PAY YOU.
→ 60-day,  200% money-back guarantee

Share Responsibility

Production data syncs across all pumpers who share the responsibility of a particular lease. That means no more calling, no more meeting up to trade-off books, and no more miscommunication.

Mobile Sync

Automatic sync means your production status is available the minute your pumper returns to coverage.

Offline Access

Pumpers retain access to historical production by making their work available even when a connection isn’t.

200% Money-Back Guarantee

If after running the app for 60 days in your operation you're not satisfied, we'll either work with you until it's right or we'll DOUBLE your money back.

Voted New Technology Development of the Year.

57000449
bbls pumped to date
50106001
MCF flowed to date

Simple 8-minute Ramp Up

Average time to learn? 8 minutes (and yes, this goes for those pumpers who are 75 years old still tending wells…)

Custom Reports

Select one of our premade reports or build your own.

Alarm Alerts

Whether it’s a full tank or well is offline, we’ll text or email anyone you want if there’s an issue.

Production Graphs

See the big picture with beautiful production displays which render perfectly on any device.

Field Data Collection

Enter run tickets, BS&W draws, water hauls, track dual product tanks, conduct well tests all via the Greasebook. Now, your real-time monitoring shows right alongside those manual pumper gauges.

Comments

Real-time production is worthless if you don’t have the contextual information to complement it. Tag or search pumper comments by lease, well, or injector/SWD – letting the whole team know precisely what’s going on in the field.

Well Testing and Allocation Engine

Robust well testing and allocation engines to satisfy even the most complex gathering system.

Downtime Tracker

Which wells are down? How long they been down for? Why are they down? Now, you’ll know at a moment’s glance.

State & Government Auto-Report Filer

Yes, you read that right. We’ll produce your State and Government production reports enabling your back office to catch their breath.

Scheduled Reports

Want a report with your coffee every morning at 5AM? Got a WI partner who won’t quit calling to ‘get the numbers’? Set’em up on an automated report and watch the daily minutiae disappear.

Well History Files

A single place for your downhole and surface equipment PDFs, Word Docs, and the like – accessible in both the field and office.

Pumper GPS Tracker

Wanna know how many times your pumper is showing up each month? When was the last time someone set foot on a particular lease? No more “he said, she said” – with GPS tracker, now you’ll know the full story.

Custom Variables

Track any variable at any lease no matter how obscure.

Custom Logic

Components of a production system don’t operate in a vacuum. We make complex math simple so you can focus on analysis NOT spreadsheet jockeying.

Partner/Investor Permissions

Maintain transparency by giving special partners and investors access to their production (and ONLY their production!)

Read-Only Permissions

Giving certain users the ability to ‘look but don’t touch’.

Privacy and security. Keep what’s private pri****.

Bring the most advanced security to your operations. The GreaseBook comes with built-in protections against malware and viruses, and given our open API it gives you the freedom to choose what you share and how you share it. So no matter what you’re doing (or where you’re doing it), GreaseBook helps your private information stay that way.

 

→ “No-sweat” complete Company setup, turn-keyed by a Pet. Eng.

→ “Done for you” Pumper roll-out and training

(just a few of) the products we integrate with

GREASEBOOK INTEGRATIONS

“If you’re unsatisfied for any reason during your 60 day trial, we'll either work with you until it's right or we'll DOUBLE your money back. How can we do this? We're just that good. But don't take it from me. Check out what our clients are saying below......"
Greg Archbald
Perpetual Student of the Oilfield
Founder of GreaseBook

→ Achieve results in less than 1 week
→ Doesn’t work? Don’t like it? WE PAY YOU.
→ 60-day,  200% money-back guarantee

FEAST YOUR EYES, NON-BELIEVERS !! 👀👇

WHAT FOLKS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE GREASEBOOK

Ask us anything

F.A.Q.

Not really. Simply share with us your Excel reports, paper gauge sheets, or the login to your existing legacy production software and we’ll take care of the rest. Our petroleum engineers turn-key your entire setup, we’ll reach out once we’re done. Bada bing.

You’re right. And, because no one leaves their house without their phone (and because our app works offline), we eliminate any excuse for your pumpers NOT to send you their data. See, we told you this would be easy.

In addition to both Android and Apple smartphones, the Greasebook also works on any tablet, laptop, or desktop.

While Greasebook has been implemented in many of the country’s largest publicly traded production companies operating thousands of wells, Greasebook is focused on serving the small and mid-sized independent US-based oil & gas operators.

Anywhere, anytime, on any device (phone, tablet, desktop or laptop).

The beauty of the app is once your pumpers start submitting their production via the Greasebook – anyone on your team can access production reports, graphs and well files from any device at any time.

It’s sorta like a centralized place from which everyone on your team can work, without all the calls, text messages and emails that would go on otherwise.

Absolutely. As your pumpers continue to add tickets, comments, pressures, well tests and any other relevant information, your investors will have guest access to as much (or as little) information as you’d like.

Of course, they’ll only see production info for the wells in which they participate.

Oil & gas companies who run Legacy oil and gas software systems expose themselves to major risks (and minor annoyances…)

The complexity of traditional oil & gas production systems is twofold:

  1. Software Problem: Legacy software systems are expensive, outdated, clunky and have extremely complex interfaces. In fact, because of all the support and manual interventions required, continuing to use outdated software can often be more costly than simply upgrading.
  2. People Problem: Legacy software systems take an enormous amount of time to familiarize oneself with. And, anytime an employee quits, retires, or is let go the amount of training required for new employees can be significantly higher than for newer, more user-friendly software.

 

This is a lose/lose. What’s more, given all the set-up fees, training fees, support fees and the like the projected ‘savings’ never materialize and now your forced to contend with fluctuating hydrocarbon prices AND a bloated monthly OPEX.

Talk about getting stuck in the muck!

With Greasebook, office users are 99% proficient with the platform in about 20 minutes.

Within 2 seconds – FROM YOUR SMARTPHONE – you’ll have your answer to any question regarding production, allocations, performance, well history files, commentary, run ticket reconciliation, Custom Reports, State reports, and more – all sliced and diced and customized at the Company, Operator, Battery, Well, State, County, Section, Township, Range, Acquisition, or even Supervisor level…

We’ve been at this for awhile. Greasebook was established in 2012 and now supports more than 400+ oil and gas operators (small ma & pops and publicly traded companies alike) across 20 States.

Today, Greasebook is now the fastest growing production software in the patch.👏

The Greasebook corporate outpost is proudly located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 🤠📍

The Greasebook helpdesk is staffed by Petroleum Engineers, Geologists, and Completions Experts Monday through Friday, 8AM to 5PM CST. 

We have a real-time chat through which most questions are answered in 2 minutes or less.

Naturally, some questions are more complex and you’ll want to speak to someone over the phone. In this case, we aim to complete all callbacks within two hours of scheduling.👌

Of course, your Dashboard and Reports are available to you 24/7.

We don’t blame them.

Pumpers have been burned by Legacy Production Systems in the past. 😵

However, given how much upside you stand to gain in the form of time savings and profit, DON’T let the tail wag the dog, folks!! 💸

Real talk: the average pumper takes about 8 minutes to learn Greasebook (and that goes for guys in their 80s still tending wells…)

Give us two days and we’ll make believers out of your entire pumping crew….

Still not convinced? Check out Greasebook’s “Pumper Wall of Love” by clicking here and let the pumpers tell you themselves 😘

Let us help you help yourself. Simply send us your existing production info, and we’ll assign one of our Petroleum Engineers to turn-key your entire setup for you.

We’ll build your wells, your tank straps, your users and anything else you require.

Finally, once everything has been reviewed by your team, we’ll roll out your pumpers and either train them for you or with you – whichever you prefer.

That’s not a question, but actually no.

The average pumper demands anywhere from $125 to $400 per month.

And depending on what you require, Greasebook is priced anywhere from $5-15 well/mo.

So, given how much more you’ll get out of your pumpers, how much we’ll streamline your operations, and how quickly we’ll get this all done for you, we’re actually kind of a bargain.

Our guarantee is two-pronged…

First, run the app for full 6 weeks in your operations. If you’re not completely satisfied YOU DON’T PAY.

Second, if for any reason you’d like your money back in first 30 days after paying simply let us know and it’s yours. 🤝

However, if you’re anything like our other 400+ operators you’ll be wondering why you didn’t do this 6 months ago…

We’re ready when you are. Take the quiz and schedule a call here – depending how many operators we have in front of you, there’s a chance we can get you up and running by the end of next week.

→ “No-sweat” complete Company setup, turn-keyed by a Pet. Eng.
→ “Done for you” Pumper roll-out and training

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