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Garcia’s Take: Private Equity Fuels Midstream Energy Sector Evolution

Garcia’s Take: Private Equity Fuels Midstream Energy Sector Evolution

As private equity firms pump up investment in pipelines and processing plants, they need to make better plans for enhancing the businesses they acquire, Bain & Company says.

  • 05.08.2019
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WSJ Pro Private Equity

Garcia’s Take: Private Equity Fuels Midstream Energy Sector Evolution

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Excerpt: Private equity firms are expanding in U.S. energy infrastructure, as oil-and-gas exports rise and companies that gather, process and transport the fuels see their traditional sources of capital dry up, a new report said.

“Private equity firms are employing a much broader set of participation strategies,” said Whit Keuer, a partner with Bain & Company in Dallas who is a member of the firm’s energy and natural resources practice. He is also a co-author of “Three Trends Reshuffling North America’s Midstream Industry,” a report being released today.