Canadian Advanced ESP Inc. (CAESP) is a manufacturing, engineering and service solution company providing Electric Submersible and Surface Horizontal Pumping Systems to the global oil and gas industry. These pumping systems, coupled with our Innovative Surface Equipment, including our VFG’s, ACT-VFD’s and our newly introduced Advanced Monitoring Technology (AMT) system, provides state of the art technology to the oil and gas industry.
CAESP is dedicated to creating high quality, innovative, safe and environmentally sound solutions by applying advanced state of the art technologies, strict quality management and superior engineering capabilities. All CAESP operations are certified to ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007 and COR standards.
CAESP provides any or all of the following core products:
Electric Submersible Pumps (ESP) - Design, manufacturing, assembly and testing as well as sales and services of electrical submersible pumps to the domestic Canadian and International market.
Horizontal Pumping Systems (HPS) - Manufacturing, packaging and testing of horizontal centrifugal pumps for surface fluid applications.
Variable Frequency Generators (VFG) - Manufacturing, assembly and testing of an innovative power supply concept for ESP’s and other variable load / variable speed applications.
Advanced Control Technology Variable Frequency Drive (ACT-VFD) - ACT - VFD Control Panel is supplied with the latest, high performance, full vector drive technology from Mitsubishi. With superior starting torque and precise speed control, ACT will rival all other VFD technology in the ESP industry today. All ACT-VFD panels are manufactured with full CSA (Canadian Standard Association) certification.
Advanced Monitoring Technology (AMT) - NEW to the market, the AMT is a flexible, easily installed system supporting on-demand viewing of remote site data. Producers are able to view their wells from anywhere with in internet connection and a web browser.
The company headquarters and main manufacturing, assembly and testing facility is based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, the heart of the Canadian oil industry.