Our Private Equity Backers
The Warburg Pincus commitment to the global energy sector exceeds $10 billion in equity backing, establishing and developing sizable offshore E&P entities for superior returns. Since its inception more than 50 years ago, Warburg Pincus has invested more than $72 billion in more than 845 companies, spanning more than 40 countries.
For more information, explore the Warburg Pincus commitment to energy.
Focused on investments in North America, Kelso & Company is one of the oldest and most established private equity firms. Since 1980, Kelso has invested in more than 120 companies across a variety of industry sectors. Maintaining a commitment to people-first investments, Kelso & Company seeks investment partnerships with “talented and motivated managers, owners of businesses, and corporations.”
For more on the Kelso legacy, visit the Kelso & Company website.
Based in Singapore, Temasek has 10 offices around the world, owning a $227.9 billion portfolio as of March 2018. With a mission “to generate sustainable returns beyond our present generation,” Temasek’s investment themes center on a commitment to sustainability and partnering with companies that exhibit a competitive advantage. Since its inaugural rating in 2004, the company has achieved exceptional corporate credit ratings of AAA and Aaa by S&P Global Ratings and Moody’s Investors Service, respectively.
For more on the Temasek vision, visit the Temasek website.
The Jordan Company, founded in 1982, has original capital commitments in excess of $11 billion, backed by nearly 4 decades of investments across a range of industries. TJC employs a “value-added approach” to establish “strong relationships with talented managers,” with a history of success for all involved parties.
For more on TJC and their investments in the energy sector, visit The Jordan Company.