Redhead Artificial Lift HQ located at B-5702 63 Ave, Lloydminster, AB T9V 3T7
Our State Of The Art Assembly & Parts Facility In Lloydminster
At Redhead, we care about prepping our pumping units the right way and providing service after the sale. Thus, we have invested in a modern 27,000 plus square foot facility in Lloydminster that feature the necessary tools and equipment to carry out most types of pumping unit repairs and maintenance.
Redhead pumping products will rarely need repairs but you can rest assured knowing that we are here if ever the need arises or you have other non-Redhead equipment you need help with.
Meet The Team
We are headed by Canadians that truly understand the application, equipment and service needs of the region. Their decades in the local industry, especially Alberta and Saskatchewan, allow them to be in sync with the culture that makes the Canadian oil patch unique.
Rob Caouette | CEO
Rob is a true blue Albertan, born and raised in the Edmonton area and still lives in Calgary today. He started in the oil and gas industry 27 years ago and brings this wealth of experience to Redhead today.
Andrew Oracheski | COO
Born in Wainwright, Alberta, Andrew has spent most of his life in Lloydminster working in the oil and gas industry. It is pretty much the only field that Andrew knows and he knows it very well.
Kevin Hesch | Sales Manager
Kevin was born and raised on a farm/ranch in Shaunavon, in southern Saskatchewan, and migrated west to Calgary, where he now resides. Marketing and manufacturing in various industries have lead him to travel and work within Western Canada and the United States.
Brian Gette | Central Operations Manager
Born and raised in Macklin, Saskatchewan, Brian spent most of his 39 years working in the oilfields in the Macklin/Provost area. Most of Brian’s career has been in the Artificial Lift market, 11 years working with PC Pumps, and 19 years with Pumpjacks.
Steve Henry – Sales Manager, South
Steve grew up on a large PFRA community pasture in southwestern Manitoba where his appreciation for land, resource and environment first came to be. He completed his education in Virden, Manitoba and started in the oil and gas industry at a young age working within various pipeline and construction projects.