MTU presented the latest innovation in power and propulsion for onshore oil and gas applications and offshore Technology Conference (OTC) 2 Offshore-5 may at NRG Park in Houston, Texas, where by SVF our Gerente de Ventas de Venezuela Juan Luis Silva and Euro Valbuena Advisor commercial of the of West Region of the country they were present.

The package of Frac of the MTU and the MTU Frac Bi fuel Kit was on display and MTU also submitted its motor 12V 4000 P83, with new security features. The joint venture between MTU and Weir Oil & Gas, announced in May last year, had its own stand at the fair for the first time under its own name, EPIX.

Bernd Krüper, Vice President of construction and agricultural business in MTU, said: “MTU has many years of experience in onshore and offshore market and is very familiar with the challenges facing the oil and gas industry. We offer the customer solutions that cover the entire lifecycle of our products. From individual components to entire projects, MTU is the reliable partner for mechanical and electrical drive systems”.


MTU Frac Pack is propelled by a motor of T95 MTU 12V 4000 which complies with the standards of the final emissions level 4 thanks to its engine technology. For Frac Pack 12-cylinder engine is available in three variants of power: 2250 hp (kW of 1678), 2500 horsepower (1864 kW) and hp 2600 (1939 kW).


“Together with the gearbox ZF 8TX, MTU Frac Pack leads the field in terms of delivery of power and torque, offering customers maximum performance for hydraulic fracturing complex work,” said Kruper. MTU Series 4000 T95 engine is also available separately as a 16-cylinder model delivering 3000 bhp (2237 kW).


MTU Frac Bi fuel Kit allows operators use a mix of fuel up to 70% natural gas, as well as diesel. It has a built-in control architecture, specially designed to work in wells and pumping operations. When combined with S83 MTU 12V 4000 engine, using bi-fuel Kit can cut fuel costs significantly.

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