Upstream Oil & Gas Pump Equipment for Rent
From water transfer to tank cleaning, fracking to oil sand sites, we have the pump equipment & know-how to get the job done.
The Right Pump, When & Where You Need It
Count on our national store footprint and expansive supply of pump equipment and accessories to accommodate your upstream oil & gas project – even in harsh or secluded environments.
Upstream Oil & Gas Pump Equipment
- High Pressure/High Volume Pumps
- Hydraulic Submersible Pumps
- Kanaflex Hose
- Filter Pots
- HDPE Pipe
- Bauer Pipe
- QC Pipe
- Auxiliary Fuel Tanks
- Containment Berms
Let our pumps team take the challenge out of water transfer with turnkey equipment solutions that move water and fluid to and from the jobsite, even in remote areas.
You can rely on our high pressure, trailer mounted pump rental fleet to be the most versatile pump options for fast, high-powered tank emptying and cleaning.
Hydraulic Fracturing (Fracking)
Our high pressure pumps and general rental fleet were designed and engineered to produce pressures required for safe and effective hydraulic fracturing. As with all upstream oil and gas applications, you can trust our pumps engineers to be highly trained and experienced with the delicate hydraulic fracturing process.
Oil Sands Equipment
Whether you need to transfer fluid across a lease, or need to move a large volume of fluid over long distances, we have the versatile pumping equipment with a wide range of volumes to get the job done.
High volume, high head, hydraulic, and electric submersible pumps from United Rentals fleet are built to withstand the harshest of environments with minimal maintenance.
Our fleet of portable chrome slurry pumps are built to optimize run life in unforgiving oil sands applications, and come with optional agitator and water jet applications.
Day Or Night, We're Here To Help
United Rentals live 24/7 customer service and support, combined with our top tier fleet of industrial grade pump equipment, help ensure your operation runs smoothly, without interruption. Because there's no time for downtime in upstream oil and gas.