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Established in 2002, Energy Ventures manages/advises four venture funds with a total committed capital of NOK 2.3 billion. The company is headquartered in Stavanger, Norway, with offices in Aberdeen and Houston. The company's professionals have extensive industry, investment, transaction and stewardship experience as well as a wide-ranging network in the oil and gas industry.

http://www.energyventures.no/

Greg Herrera - Partner, Aberdeen Office
Formerly with Simmons & Company, MRMD C, Rototec, Gyrodata.

RGIT HND Mechanical & Offshore Engineering, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland.

RGIT BENG Engineering Technology, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland.

Board member of Ziebel and Sigma Offshore.
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Victoria Gammie - Senior Analyst.

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Energy Ventures Latest News

Energy Ventures earmarks $200 million for investment in North Sea businesses
Independent private equity firm Energy Ventures has earmarked $200 million to help boost North Sea businesses during challenging times for the oil and gas industry.
09 Nov 2016

Energy Ventures targets significant North Sea investment
Energy Ventures has announced its intentions to target more than $100million of investment funding in the North Sea region over the coming year.
18 Oct 2013

Energy Ventures invests $9.9m in 2TD Drilling
Energy Ventures has agreed to invest "up to NOK 57m" (USD $9.9m) in Norwegian drilling technology company 2TD Drilling AS.
30 Mar 2012

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