How does private equity look at development in Colorado, and compare to other basins? Is Colorado seen as risky and, if so, what are we doing to make ourselves more attractive to private equity? What can we do in Colorado to attract and retain capital? What are the political and regulatory risks?
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SuperReturn U.S. - http://www.informaglobalevents.com/ytsrusvep • Private equity and the energy sector • The world of energy is changing rapidly and so dramatically and this term of "shale revolution" is actually quite applicable -- you can't really overstate the change in energy particularly in North America, but also globally, is as a result of the shale change. • 5 years ago, in the pre-shale era, we were in a world where we talked about the scarcity of oil and gases resources and diminishing of supplies and production. No we are are talking about an abundance of resources and how we are going to export from the United States. We're talking about the opportunity to really reconfigure the whole industrial complex -- we are going to be a manufacturer again. The idea that 5 years from now, the United States could be a bigger producer of oil than Saudi Arabia was unimaginable • It's an extraordinary time and when you have that kind of change there's a great deal of opportunity if one has the right abilities to go after it. • Is there still a place for private equity in the energy and shale industry today? Yes, there is a lot to do but it does require that one continue to be very nimble and move rapidly with these changes. • It's now more about asset level development and operational excellence and less about staking a claim, drilling a few wells and trying to get someone to buy your position. • Opportunities outside of North America. Access to global markets and the ability to be nimble and follow opportunities around the world. However, the North American opportunity is particularly compelling.
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"Financing Renewable Energy Projects: An Introduction to Tax Equity Finance for Solar and Wind Projects" Presented by Micah Sussman, PhD Strategic Growth Consultant, Woodlawn Associates Energy Systems Engineering Alumni
Views: 6753 Lehigh Univ Energy Systems Engineering Institute
January 26, 2016 Hosted by the Frank J. Guarini Center on Environmental, Energy, and Land Use Law Speakers included: Stephen Coats, Partner, Riverstone Thomas Edelman, Managing Partner, White Deer Energy Robert Gold ’84, Senior Executive, Ridgewood Energy Shaia Hosseinzadeh, Managing Director, WL Ross & Co. Robert Seber, Partner, Vinson & Elkins (moderator)
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Oil prices are notoriously difficult to forecast, but the setup going into 2018 seems good. Global demand continues to grind higher, and supply growth seems to have stabilized. An oil price in the 60s is high enough to incent drilling in the US, a positive tailwind for our midstream companies. Read our disclosure here: http://mhinvest.com/disclosure_web_media.html
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EnergyFunders' Marketplace is the very first energy-focused equity crowdfunding platform of its kind. Visit https://www.energyfunders.com now to learn more. Press Release: On Wednesday, January 12, 2018, FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) granted the membership application of EnergyFunders Marketplace as the first energy-focused equity crowdfunding platform to qualify as an authorized funding portal under the recently enacted Regulation Crowdfunding (Regulation CF) rules. The equity crowdfunding portal is also registered with the SEC. On Wednesday, January 12, 2018, FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) granted the membership application of EnergyFunders Marketplace as the first energy-focused equity crowdfunding platform to qualify as an authorized funding portal under the recently enacted Regulation Crowdfunding (Regulation CF) rules. The equity crowdfunding portal is also registered with the SEC. On January 17, 2018, FINRA welcomed EnergyFunders Marketplace to “commence business operations as a FINRA funding portal member.” The recent rules under which EnergyFunders Marketplace operates--Regulation CF--makes it possible for nearly all investors over the age of 18 to make investments directly into capital raising rounds for small to mid-stage traditional and non-traditional energy companies and startups. EnergyFunders Marketplace began with a mission to provide everyday investors, including those with non-accredited investor status, direct access to energy investments with lower buy-ins via its equity crowdfunding model. Prior to EnergyFunders Marketplace, ordinary investors were typically restricted mostly to investments in public energy companies and by law, were usually denied the opportunity to invest in private energy investment offerings. EnergyFunders Marketplace’s custom-built technology platform looks to disrupt the way people invest in the energy industry, which accounts for approximately 82% of the total U.S. primary energy usage and attracted $280B in investment in 2015, according to selectusa.gov. EnergyFunders Marketplace is also positioned to allow investments in early and mid-stage energy startups in their quests to develop safer, cleaner, and lower cost clean energy technologies that could transition the energy industry into a new paradigm of responsibility and sustainability. The EnergyFunders Marketplace platform will also make it convenient for investors large and small, to place investments in multiple investment offerings that fit their investment goals, enabling diversification-seeking investors to create a basket of different energy company and startup investments. EnergyFunders Marketplace’s affiliate, EnergyFunders Black, provides direct access for accredited investors into energy investments, and offers a powerful, new resource for energy companies to utilize an equity crowdfunding model as an alternative to venture capital and traditional commercial funding methods. Providing more than just access to capital and larger investments, EnergyFunders Black also benefits energy companies by maintaining an extensive network of service providers for needs such as equipment procurement, vendor management, and sophisticated digital marketing. Operators, E&P companies, and energy startups who want to learn more about this innovative platform can find more information--and investors can open a free account--at https://www.energyfunders.com.
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Video from May 2009 - read more: https://www.sei-international.org/-news-archive/1534 Prof John Whitelegg gave his inaugural lecture at University of York on 18th May 2009.
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EIV Capital, a mid-stream-focused energy private equity fund, has exited all of its first investments in the energy sector and is starting to invest its capital. "We have no problem children," says Managing Director/Co-Founder Patti Melcher. Melcher's got deep roots in the sector and here discusses today's turbulent energy market and the prospects for renewables.
Community leaders from around the U.S. share solutions that are promoting balanced growth and shared prosperity for low-wealth people and communities of color in their respective work across energy, transportation, land-use and economic inclusion.
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The Just Energy Circle (JEC) seeks to inspire new, diverse, authentic leadership that is recognized in prominent decision-making positions in both civic and private sectors. It aims to establish structures to ensure that energy opportunities are available to all, including low-income protections, reduced energy costs, and employment. It represents an ecosystem of diverse business, political, and community interests. JEC partners believe that this approach is the future of the sustainability movement and that the future of our communities is dependent upon the ability to provide Just Energy for all. www.psequity.org/just-energy
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Nazar Massouh, CEO of Orion Energy Partners answers the question 'why invest in energy debt versus energy equity?' SuperReturn Energy 2016
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Ms. Melissa Low presents on "Energy Equity in Singapore" at the Conference on "Governance for Sustainable Energy Transitions: The perspectives of the Asian Region" at Hong Kong Baptist University on 17 July 2017. Abstract: In its nationally determined contribution (NDC), Singapore pledged to reduce its GHG emissions intensity (per unit GDP at 2010 prices) by approximately 36 per cent compared to 2005 levels by 2030, and to stabilise its emissions with the aim of peaking around 2030. Singapore pledged in 2009, following the Copenhagen Climate Summit, to reduce its GHG emissions by 16 per cent below BAU levels by 2020. While it is on track to achieve its 2009 Copenhagen target, the NDC pledges are challenging targets due to national circumstances. As a small, densely populated island state with a total land area of 719 km2, Singapore has limited alternative energy sources. Large scale solar power installation is constrained by land size and solar intermittency, and nuclear power is not suitable for deployment based on current technology. Improving energy efficiency in all sectors of the economy is the key strategy in mitigating GHG emissions. This presentation will present the key features of Singapore’s economy, total historical GDP growth and the contributions from its economy sectors, total energy consumption, total GHG emissions, GHG emissions by fuels and emissions by industry sectors. Singapore GHG emissions mitigation options and strategies will be discussed, addressing specifically Singapore’s Climate Action Plan (2016). Energy equity will be discussed in the context of the policies and legislation in place to promote energy efficiency in each sector of the economy, renewable energy and electricity market liberalization policy, new carbon pricing scheme and how these have an effect on consumers and emissions reductions. The presentation will conclude with challenges in achieving Singapore’s current and future NDC targets. Profile: Ms. Low holds a Master of Laws (LLM) in Climate Change Law and Policy (with distinction) from the University of Strathclyde and a Master of Science in Environmental Management from the National University of Singapore. For her NUS Master thesis on past and contemporary proposals on equity and differentiation in shaping the 2015 climate agreement, Melissa was awarded the Shell Best Dissertation Award 2013. She received her Bachelor of Social Sciences in Geography degree (with Honors) and a minor in Urban Studies from the National University of Singapore in 2010. Melissa has participated in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of Parties (COP) talks since December 2009 and is the Designated Contact Point for NUS’s accreditation to the UNFCCC. Her current research areas are on the implications of the Paris Agreement and countries’ progress in meeting their climate pledges.
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Fueling the Growth of the U.S. Energy Sector is a series of short videos featuring CIT’s views on issues and trends impacting the energy industry. In this segment, Mike Lorusso, Group Head and Managing Director, CIT Energy Finance discusses private equity activity in the energy industry. Learn More: http://www.cit.com/lorusso
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April 23rd Interview with CEO, Mark Chalmers (NYSE:UUU) This is the "Directors Cut". Includes 15 minutes of previously unseen footage where Mark Chalmers opens up about relationships in the industry and his stance on competition. Company page: https://www.energyfuels.com Make smarter investment decisions, subscribe here: www.cruxinvestor.com For FREE unbiased investment information, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin: https://twitter.com/cruxinvestor www.linkedin.com/company/crux-investor/ Take advantage, hear it here first: https://www.youtube.com/CRUXinvestor
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Britam asset managers limited announced that the company is investing 1.4 billion shillings in an energy private equity fund – ever strong power limited. The private equity firm ever strong will use the funds to buy a stake in the 80mw heavy fuel oil Athi river power plant, owned by gulf energy. Kenneth Kaniu, CEO, Britam asset managers has stated that the investment will achieve diversification across asset classes and currencies. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more great videos: https://www.youtube.com/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KTNNews Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KTNNewsKenya For more great content go to http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/ktnnews and download our apps: http://std.co.ke/apps/#android KTN News is a leading 24-hour TV channel in Eastern Africa with its headquarters located along Mombasa Road, at Standard Group Centre. This is the most authoritative news channel in Kenya and beyond.
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SuperReturn U.S. - http://www.informaglobalevents.com/ytsrusvep http://www.benjaminball.com/ • Why has there been so little private equity activity in the energy sector? The private equity has been mainly developed in the United States and the returns that private equity has generated from the energy sector have been stellar over the past decade. However, 90% of the world's proven oil and gas reserves lie outside of the North America and there are a lot of smaller, technical-talented, entrepreneurial companies that are opening up new players on the international sector. • So from a diversification point of view, it makes a lot of sense for LPs to take some exposure to international oil and gas but there is very little private equity competition in this international space but I think that will change. But at the moment, we have the rest of the world to invest in. • Where are the biggest private equity opportunities in the energy space? Inevitably, it's driven by geology but in terms of geography it translates to South East Asia which is Kerogen's backyard as our Head Office is in Hong Kong. Central Asia, the Middle East and North Africa because obviously that's home to a lot of the world's resources and then West Africa where there has been a lot of expiration and appraisal success and more recently East Africa. • Some of the skills in your team in order to find these opportunities -- the team comes from a lot of financial sectors and their skills are extremely complementary. • What are going to be the greatest challenges in terms of executing strategy? Getting the right diversification in the investment and adding value over the 3-5 hold period.
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Dr. Benjamin McLellan presents on "Equity and Efficacy in Renewable Energy Policy: A Case Study of Australia" at the Conference on "Governance for Sustainable Energy Transitions: The perspectives of the Asian Region" at Hong Kong Baptist University on 17 July 2017. Abstract: Renewable energy policy is often seen as inherently addressing sustainability concerns due to its environmental benefits. However, in the development of such policy, the impacts on society – particularly the balance of benefits and costs – have often been left-out, left-behind or been brought in too late. This presentation will address some recent work on the case of Australia, addressing the assessment of social equity in the planning of renewable energy policy, including a quantification method and its implications. Profile: Dr. McLellan has been an Associate Professor at Kyoto University teaching in energy science since 2010, prior to which he worked at the Sustainable Minerals Institute of the University of Queensland on sustainable design and assessment processes within the minerals and industrial processing industries. His PhD and undergraduate studies were in Chemical Engineering – also at the University of Queensland. He is currently involved in research around transitions in energy systems and minerals production / consumption, including deep ocean minerals life cycle sustainability impacts, stakeholder engagement, and more broadly in the minerals-energy nexus.
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"Answering calls of our time: Energy technology transitions and equity" Holmes Hummel, founder, Clean Energy Works Energy Seminar - October 6, 2014 Holmes Hummel served as the Senior Policy Advisor in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Policy & International Affairs from 2009 through 2013, stewarding decisions to open doors of opportunity in the clean energy economy for entrepreneurs, investors, and consumers of every background. In that capacity, Hummel engaged a wide range of stakeholders on topics such as energy finance, climate policy, strategic priorities for technology innovation, water-energy interdependency, natural gas resource development, trade policy, environmental protection, cybersecurity, and grid reliability. Dr. Hummel is a member of the Global Advisory Committee of Cornerstone Capital Group, which is among the world’s leading voices in the field of sustainable investment and finance, and also serves on the board of Cleantech Open, the world’s largest accelerator built to find, fund, and foster the most promising cleantech startups. Hummel holds a B.S. in energy engineering along with an M.S.E. degree and PhD from the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program on Environment and Resources at Stanford.
Views: 317 Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy
Economics and necessity are the foundation to all infrastructure and the power grid in America is no exception. The necessity is obvious, and the economics are in your favor. Take the lead within your circle of influence by shifting your tax payments into something you can brag about. http://solarequitygroup.com
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The investment in Citla Energy shows that Beijing is looking across continents in its quest for energy but it's still got a long way to go.
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As Mexico rolls out its energy reforms, investors have already shown an appetite for infrastructure projects—from natural gas pipelines to wind farms. Out of 742 private equity funds focused in Latin America, 180 are looking to energy, in particular, said Bloomberg's José Enrique Arrioja. Case in point is First Reserve and Blackrock's March 2015 acquirement of an equity stake in the Los Ramones gas pipeline, the largest of its kind in Mexico. However, while First Reserve's Adi J. Blum expressed excitement in Mexico's natural gas potential and greater connectivity with the United States, he cautioned that energy consumers may not see the benefits of lower electricity prices for several years. Panelists also discussed renewable energy projects in the works alongside Mexico's requirements of environmental permits, which are often quite strict, said Partners Group's Javier Chavarria. Wind power has expanded, especially on the border with the United States, where it is easier to sell wind energy to California as a result of cheap land in vacant Mexican territory. Panelists: - Adi J. Blum, Director, First Reserve - Javier Chavarria, Senior Vice President, Partners Group - Marisol González de Cosío, Director, Utilities & Infrastructure, Standard & Poor's - José Enrique Arrioja, Editor At Large, Latin America, Bloomberg (moderator) Subscribe to AS/COA's channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/ASCOAonline Follow our Mexico playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYBZqP9zCyagSxGOlU9tKjSCqjdQR9S20
Views: 1115 Americas Society/Council of the Americas
How inclusive financing can help scale clean energy investments in distributed energy solutions from better buildings to clean transit.
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Solar, wind, and other renewable sources of energy promise to mitigate climate change, enhance energy security, and foster economic growth. But many of today’s policies promote renewable energy at the expense of equity and distributional fairness. Tax incentives for renewables cost American taxpayers billions of dollars every year, yet the tax code effectively precludes all but the largest banks and most profitable corporations from reaping the benefits of these tax breaks. Other policies, such as renewable portfolio standards that set minimum quota to create demand for renewable electricity require such high levels of market expertise and financial acumen that they engender similar social inequities—all in the name of an environmentally sustainable energy future. This Article undertakes an empirical assessment and qualitative analysis of today’s leading clean energy policies to identify and evaluate issues related to equity and distributional fairness. To facilitate a meaningful rating and comparison across jurisdictions and policies, the Article proposes a set of proxy criteria to assess policy impacts on equity. Application of these criteria to a representative sampling of the global potpourri of clean energy policies yields critical insights and design recommendations for the next generation of renewable energy policies—a generation of policies tasked with the simultaneous advancement of both environmental and social sustainability. Drawing on these empirical and qualitative insights, the Article develops a theoretical framework to address the challenges and trade-offs at the intersection of environmental, economic, and social sustainability. The proposed framework combines elements of a polycentric approach with a heightened focus on pass-through economics. Felix Mormann is Associate Professor at the Texas A&M University School of Law and Faculty Fellow at Stanford University’s Steyer–Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance Professor Mormann’s research interests lie at the intersection of law and innovation in the context of environmental and energy law and policy. Drawing on his background as an internationally trained corporate and energy lawyer, Mormann currently investigates domestic and international regulation and policy related to clean-energy technologies. His often–comparative research starts from the premise that environmentally sustainable energy solutions require an economically sustainable policy landscape to leverage necessary investment. Professor Mormann’s recent publications include Constitutional Challenges and Regulatory Opportunities for State Climate Policy Innovation, 41 Harvard Envtl. L. Rev. 189 (2017), Clean Energy Federalism, 67 Fla. L. Rev. 1621 (2015), Beyond Tax Credits – Smarter Tax Policy for a Cleaner, More Democratic Energy Future, 31 Yale J. Reg. 303 (2014), and Enhancing the Investor Appeal of Renewable Energy, 42 Envtl. L. 681 (2012). Professor Mormann’s work has been widely cited, including before the U.S. Senate. He advises federal policymakers on clean energy and energy efficiency. Previously, Mormann was a research fellow and lecturer-in-law at Stanford Law School and a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), where he conducted research for his doctoral dissertation. Mormann worked as a corporate and energy lawyer for some of Germany’s premiere law firms. As a management consultant for McKinsey & Company, he advised international clients from the high-tech sector. Professor Mormann holds a German JD and a JSD from the University of Passau School of Law as well as an LLM from UC Berkeley School of Law.
https://www.mayerbrown.com/en-US/experience/Tax/ https://www.mayerbrown.com/en-US/experience/Energy/ https://www.mayerbrown.com/en-US/Energy/Renewable-Energy/ Mayer Brown and Alfa Business Advisors hosted a webinar together. Topics addressed in the program include: The IRS’s updated “start of construction” guidance for tax credit qualification Trends in the tax equity market Flip partnership structuring Financial modeling best practices, including a discussion of hypothetical liquidation at book value (HLBV) accounting
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18.04.2019|EQUITY MARKET|INTRADAY - ADANI GREEN ENERGY DEEPAK FERTILISERS The daily & the hourly Bollinger Bands have started to expand, which is an indication of an impending trending move. All these observations suggest that the index is set to march towards the psychological mark of 12,000 with potential to head till 12,170 in the short term,“on the flip side, the gap area of 11,731–11,704 will act as an immediate support zone with crucial support at the swing low of 11,550. HDFC Securities also said as long as Tuesday's upside gap remains intact at 11,705 levels, the short term trend of Nifty presumed to be up. "Next upside levels to be watched at 11,900-11,950, which could be reached in the next few sessions. Have a great day & Thank you For Open New DEMAT/Trading Account - Pls click this link : http://app.aliceblueonline.com/OpenAnAccount.aspx?c=TTZ Saranya 9606046823 [email protected] For Telegram Group t.me/ttz112 For Whatus - Group - https://wa.me/919940344416?text=nameplaceemailaddress
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Emily Akhtarzandi, Managing Director, AtlanticLIVE Melissa Lavinson, Vice President, Federal Affairs and Policy and Chief Sustainability Officer, PG&E For more on this event, please visit: http://www.theatlantic.com/live/events/access-to-power/2016/ Find AtlanticLIVE online: www.TheAtlantic.com/LIVE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/AtlanticLIVE/128344747344340 Twitter: https://twitter.com/atlantic_live
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The Globe's Niall McGee and Jacqueline Nelson discuss the factors behind the rise in new stock issuances
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AtlanticLIVE's Emily Akhtarzandi welcomes you to Access to Power: Energy Equity in California For more on this event, visit: theatlantic.com/live/events/access-to-power-oak/2016/ Find AtlanticLIVE online: www.TheAtlantic.com/LIVE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/AtlanticLIVE/128344747344340 Twitter: https://twitter.com/atlantic_live
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Get 100% financing with no money down for energy or water efficient upgrades to your home or commercial building. -Solar panel installation -Windows & doors -Drought resistant landscaping -Updated, more efficient HVAC -Roofing -Wall & floor insulation
Views: 1917 Energy Efficient Equity
RTR is the market-leading solar photovoltaic (PV) power generation business in Italy, with a generating capacity of 265 MW. RTR is being developed into one of Europe's leading renewable energy businesses through a 'buy and build' strategy.
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ENERGY SECTOR ATTRACTING A LOT OF ATTENTION IN PRIVATE EQUITY- HAMILTON LANE'S KRAMER ANCHOR QUESTION OFF-CAMERA (ENGLISH) SAYING: What areas have attracted a lot of attention in PE? How does that landscape change going forward? HAMILTION LANE'S MANAGING DIRECTOR ANDREA KRAMER (ENGLISH) SAYING: Well, what we have seen is a pretty big shift away from the longer holds, longer duration to a shorter duration with cash yields. So, as you would expect yield is one of the key areas that people are chasing generally. Because in the public market or many of the loan markets, they are not seeing the yields that they can see in the private equity space. And what we have seen is a pretty significant shift towards shorter hold periods and investments that are throwing off some cash and yield investments. ANCHOR QUESTION OFF-CAMERA (ENGLISH) SAYING: In terms of sectors, types of companies, what do you see? HAMILTION LANE'S MANAGING DIRECTOR ANDREA KRAMER (ENGLISH) SAYING: Sectors that are interesting today include energy. I mean, that's probably the hottest area. If you'd look at the amount of dollars that are going into private equity, a significant portion of that is going into the energy space, and part of that is because the Dollars that are needed for that sector are huge. The infrastructure that still needs to be built for all the natural gas and the shale place that you're seeing today, you have to get that gas from one place to another. So we expect an enormous amount of dollars to be spent in the infrastructure space and in the services space, so I would say that's probably the hottest area in private equity right now and why you're seeing it probably on every front page or at least somewhere in thatANDREA newspaper as it relates to investments.
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Energy Transfer Equity LP (ETE) is buying pipeline operator Williams Companies Inc. (WMB) in a transaction valued at about $37.7 billion, including the assumption of debt and other liabilities. The deal will create the third largest energy franchise in North America and one of the five largest global energy companies. In June, Williams rejected an unsolicited buyout offer from Energy Transfer for $64 per share, or $48 billion. Under the terms of the transaction announced Monday, Energy Transfer Corp LP, an affiliate of Energy Transfer Equity, will purchase Williams at an implied current price of $43.50 per Williams share. The deal comes at the same exchange ratio as initially offered of 1.8716 per share but now Williams shareholders can receive either stock or cash or a combination up to $6.05 billion in cash, or 20% of the total consideration. Williams shareholders will also be entitled to a special one-time dividend of 10 cents per share right before the deal closes on top of the regular dividend. If Williams shareholders choose to receive all cash or all ETC shares, then each share would receive $8 in cash and 1.5274 ETC shares as a result of proration. Subscribe to TheStreetTV on YouTube: http://t.st/TheStreetTV For more content from TheStreet visit: http://thestreet.com Check out all our videos: http://youtube.com/user/TheStreetTV Follow TheStreet on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thestreet Like TheStreet on Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheStreet Follow TheStreet on LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/theStreet Follow TheStreet on Google+: http://plus.google.com/+TheStreet
Views: 752 TheStreet: Investing Strategies
The Earth intercepts a lot of solar power: 173,000 terawatts. That’s 10,000 times more power than the planet’s population uses. So is it possible that one day the world could be completely reliant on solar energy? Richard Komp examines how solar panels convert solar energy to electrical energy.
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Ini adalah vlog cerita perjalanan saya saat berkunjung ke Makassar, Indonesia untuk melakukan shooting video CSR Energy Equity Epic Sengkang selama 10 hari.
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This webinar focuses on dispelling the myth that clean energy projects in developing countries cannot be implemented with private debt and equity. It highlights the achievements of those working with project developers and other project proponents to help structure projects and the associated business plans to attract investors and reach financial closure.
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Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman and Qatar rank energy price shocks stemming from oil price volatility as the highest risk to doing business in the region. How can the Middle East transition to clean energy sources, while ensuring universal access, energy security and social equity? This session is part of the Global Risks Report series. Simultaneous interpretation in Arabic and English · Patrick Allman-Ward, Chief Executive Officer, Dana Gas, United Arab Emirates · Lee King, Chief Executive Officer, Hydro Wind Energy, United Arab Emirates · Tarek El-Molla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources of Egypt · Manar Al Moneef, President and Chief Executive Officer, Middle East, North Africa and Turkey (MENAT), GE Renewable Energy, United Arab Emirates · Armen Sarkissian, President of Armenia Moderated by · John Defterios, Editor, Emerging Markets; Anchor, CNN Business, United Arab Emirates http://www.weforum.org/
Views: 1116 World Economic Forum
Steve Schauer of KeyBanc Capital Markets describes opportunities and the strength of the renewable energy tax credit market in 2018 at the Novogradac 2018 Financing Renewable Energy Tax Credits Conference in San Francisco.
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Watch this free training clip about the best ways to Finance Renewable Energy Projects, as outlined by the EEC's Expert Renewable Energy Management and Finance Course Lecturer. ------------------------------------- Renewables are now the future of the Energy Industry, and for individuals working within the industry gaining and understanding of the best ways to manage and finance renewables projects is a fantastic way to progress their careers. This course is excellent for individuals looking to build a career as a Renewable Energy Consultant. ------------------------------------- This free training clip is taken from the full Renewable Energy Management and Finance online global distance learning course: https://theect.org/renewable-energy-management-finance-distance-learning/ For more information on the Renewable Energy Management and Finance Course distance learning course, you can email [email protected] .
Views: 4000 European Energy Centre (EEC)
TiEcon2015 Shantanu Agarwal, Partner at Energy Ventures Pvt Equity Interviews at TIETV with JJ Singh, Serial Entrepreneur and CEO of Services Corporation. #TiEcon #TiETV #TIE50, follow us on twitter and facebook @TIECon, @ooNeeApp Check out www.tietv.net www.tiecon.org sv.tie.org
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