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In US oil and gas, everyone’s money is welcome
The U.S. oil and gas market offers something that virtually no other market in the world does—easy entry for non-traditional investors, who are helping to bolster the capital available for much-needed infrastructure buildout.
The U.S. oil and gas market is one of few in the world, if not the only one, that features all of the following: a growing oil and gas sector, relative ease of market entry for players of all sizes, strong institutions and a stable political environment (the last one is arguable). That mix of characteristics has made the U.S. the target of a growing class of non-traditional oil and gas players, such as Asian electricity providers and small-scale, pure-play financial investors.
The makeup of the investment community in the U.S. oil and gas industry has undergone a shift over the last five to eight years, Clark Sackschewsky, a Principal in the Natural Resources practice at accounting and consulting firm BDO, told Breaking Energy. It is no longer solely the purview of oil and gas companies with the financial firepower and on-the-ground management capabilities to buy other companies or their choicest assets outright in multi-hundred million- or billion-dollar deals.