The world is changing, and one private equity firm this year changed its name and strategy to reflect new market realities.
In late April, JOG Capital took its 14-year track record and more than $1.3 billion in energy investments and overhauled its investment thesis. Renamed and rebranded as Carbon Infrastructure Partners (CIP), the founders are signaling a new focus and investment mandate: finding alpha in carbon capture.
Cumulative investment in carbon capture and storage (CC&S) could hit $1 trillion by 2050, Bank of America concluded in a recent analysis. That would . . .
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