October 18, 2017 1:01 PM ET

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Company Overview of Post Oak Energy Capital, LP

Company Overview

Post Oak Energy Capital, LP is a private equity firm specializing in buyout investments, mid-market acquisitions, growth capital, mature, mezzanine, recapitalizations, development acceleration, and expansion capital investments. The firm seeks to make direct equity and equity-related debt investments in companies in the energy; exploration and production; oil and gas production; oilfield service primarily focusing on domestic companies that manufacture, distribute or provide products and equipment that are consumed in the exploitation of oil and natural gas reserves or are required to produce, process, and distribute these resources; power and energy; oilfield services and related infrastruc...

5200 San Felipe

Houston, TX 77056

United States

Founded in 2006





Key Executives for Post Oak Energy Capital, LP

Chief Executive Officer, Founding Partner, and Managing Director
Age: 50
Founding Partner & MD
Founding Partner & MD
Vice President of Investor Relations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Post Oak Energy Capital, LP Key Developments

Post Oak Energ Seeks Acquisitions

Private equity player splashes on Nadel and Gussman NV, LLC for acquisitions and drilling. Post Oak Energy Capital, LP is investing $100 million in Nadel and Gussman NV to acquire and develop assets in the Haynesville shale of Texas and Louisiana. Post Oak recently committed $200 million to privately held Moriah Henry Partners for acquisitions and drilling in the Midland sub-basin of the Permian.

Post Oak Seeks Acquisitions

Post Oak Energy Capital, LP is seeking acquisitions. Funding from Post Oak's recently closed of its third fund, Post Oak Energy Partners III, LP at its hard cap of $600 million will continue to be used for growth capital, development acceleration, acquisitions and recapitalization purposes.

Post Oak and Ceja Along with Rimrock, Seeks Acquisitions

Rimrock Resource Partners, LLC announced that it has received capital commitment of $75 million in equity funding from new investors Post Oak Energy Capital, LP and Ceja Corporation on October 20, 2015. In partnership with Post Oak and Ceja, Rimrock will focus on exploration, acquisition and development opportunities, primarily in the Mid-Continent Region.

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