In RMR’s continuing series The Money Backers, we give readers a glimpse of who’s who and who owns what in energy’s private equity world.  From the largest to the smallest to the newest, we look especially at those firms making hay in the midstream industry to provide the capital infusion required to give growth projects liftoff.

Warburg Pincus

Warburg Pincus LLC is a New York-based private equity firm focused on growth investing with offices in the United States, Europe, Brazil, China, Southeast Asia and India. It has been a private equity investor since 1966.

www.warburgpincus.com

With more than $54 billion in managed assets, global powerhouse Warburg Pincus spreads its investment wealth across seven industries that range from retail diamonds in India to real estate across Asia. This private equity firm also counts energy as a primary focal point with 31 portfolio companies in the upstream, midstream, downstream, electrical power and renewables sectors. Since the late 80s, Warburg Pincus has invested or committed $10+ billion in energy-related companies and infrastructure projects around the world.

In the U.S. midstream space, WP banks on natural gas and Navitas Midstream. Based in The Woodlands, Texas, Navitas operates more than 1,800 miles of gas gathering pipelines and five cryogenic gas processing trains in the Permian Basin. Through newbuilds and acquisitions, Navitas in less than six years has created one of the Permian’s busiest midstream complexes serving the Midland. The company in 2019 completed its latest gathering project in southern Glasscock and northern Reagan counties that includes 34 miles of pipe with 200+ MMCFD of capacity and 25,000+ hp of three-stage field compression.

Warburg Pincus’ upstream investments in the U.S. include Antero Resources (Marcellus and Utica), Chisholm Energy (Permian, northern Delaware),  Ensign Natural Resources (Permian, South Texas), Hawkwood Energy (Rockies and Mid-Continent), Independence Resources Management (Permian, Anadarko), and Laredo Petroleum (Permian, Mid-Continent).

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