Jereh Apollo Turbine Fracturing Pumper Featured on China Central Television

March 9th, 2018/Yantai/Jereh Group, a global company specializing in oil and gas, power and environmental management, shared a story of shale gas extraction with its independently-developed Apollo turbine fracturing pumper in the eight-episode documentary The Pillars of a Great Power by China’s Central Television 2 (CCTV2) premiered on Feb 26. After huge success of its first season in 2013, the second season centers on innovations of the industry and shares the story of front-line engineers and skilled workers.

The Apollo Turbine Fracturing Pumper Featured on China Central Television

“Manufacturing industry is the majority of the real economy and the main area for technological innovation,” said Miao Yu, minister of Industry and Information Technology. “China will accelerate its steps to develop into a strong manufacturer, shifting from quantity-centered to quality-centered.”

Jereh’s Apollo turbine fracturing pumper features with big power, small size and long operating time. It can double the efficiency of shale gas extraction compared to regular equipment. And it is significant that its appearance makes China the third country that has turbine fracturing pumper after the United States and Russia. Jereh won orders from shale gas explorers in Texas, US, which is shown in the documentary.

The Apollo Turbine Fracturing Pumper Working for Shale Gas Production

“From an accessories trader to a high-end equipment manufacturer, and then to an integrated solutions provider, Jereh Group's rapid development is inseparable from the breakthroughs in the field of equipment manufacturing,” said Wang Feng, vice-president of Jereh Group.

He said the company pays much attention to innovation, and puts no less than 5 percent of the sales revenue into research and development work each year.

Based on the technology it owns, Jereh’s self-developed equipment has been sold to more than 60 countries and regions including America, Middle East, Europe and Russia, competing with international players in the global market. The company’s domestic and overseas clients including Shell, ConocoPhillips, Schlumberger, Baker Hughes, CNPC, Sinopec and CNOOC all speak highly of its products and services.

“Jereh’s development is a proof of China’s upgraded manufacturing industry. The company will continue to work on innovation to contribute more high-end technology and products to the market,” Wang said.

Since 2005, the group has been providing drilling rigs, well service equipment and technical services that can work under temperature as low as minus 40 for Russian clients.

Now, Jereh Group has been accelerating its steps in overseas markets, which has shown China’s stronger competence in manufacturing.