Private Equity Blazes New Trails in Energy Transition

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  • Private equity interest in energy transition assets is growing but the right investment model is not as established as it is for oil and gas.

  • Investors may hold on to assets for longer in order to hedge uncertainty around a relatively new sector and ensure they get strong returns.

  • Funds face stiff competition for transition assets from oil majors and national oil companies, while talented investment managers are also in high demand.

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Corporate Strategy , Capital Spending, ESG
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