Company Overview of EIF Management, LLC
EIF Management, LLC is a private equity firm specializing in buyouts. The firm does not invest in energy generation equipment sectors. The firm seeks to invest in power; energy infrastructure; and renewable energy facilities. The firm also makes investment in power generation, transmission, and midstream investments. Within power generation the firm invests in natural gas, coal, and waste coal. Within transmission it invests in independent point to point transmission and regulated electric transmission. Within midstream it invests in natural gas and liquids transportation, natural gas gathering system, processing, and treatment; and liquefied natural gas and solids/gas-to-liquids projects. W...
Three Charles River Place
63 Kendrick Street
Boston, MA 02494
Founded in 1987
Key Executives for EIF Management, LLC
Partner, Co-Head, Member of Investment Committee, Member of Executive Committee, and Director; Managing Partner, Member of Investment Committee, Member of Executive Committee, and Director
Partner, Co-Head. Director, Member of Executive Committee, and Member of Investment Committee.
Managing Partner, Director, Member of Executive Committee, and Member of Investment Committee; Managing Partner at United States Power Fund III, L.P; Mnaging Partner at United States Power Fund IV LP
Senior Partner, Chief Financial Officer, Member of Executive Committee, and Member of Investment Committee; Co-Portfolio Manager, Energy Investors Fund, L.P.
Partner and Chief Accounting Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
EIF Management, LLC Key Developments
Energy Investors Funds and I Squared Capital Forms Equity Partnership to Construct the Oregon Clean Energy Center
Nov 29 14
Energy Investors Funds and I Squared Capital recently reported that they have formed an equity partnership to construct the Oregon Clean Energy Center (OCEC), a greenfield 869 megawatt combined-cycle natural-gas fired generation facility to be located in Oregon, Ohio. OCEC will use two Siemens SGT6-8000H gas turbines and one steam turbine. The firms noted that the plant's output will play a critical role in the Pennsylvania-New Jersey-Maryland wholesale electricity market, which is slated for 12,000 MW of coal plant retirements in the near future. The plant's construction will have a positive impact on the community, creating approximately 500 jobs during construction, and approximately 25 jobs on-site after completion. The plant is expected to begin commercial operations by July 2017.
EIF Renewable Energy Holdings and Seneca Meadows, Inc. Announce Opening of Seneca Energy Renewable Natural Gas Facility
Jul 23 14
EIF Renewable Energy Holdings and Seneca Meadows, Inc. announced the opening of Seneca Energy II, a landfill gas-to-renewable natural gas facility located at the Seneca Meadows Landfill in Seneca Falls, NY. Seneca Energy now consists of the existing 17.6 MW landfill gas-to-electric power generation facility and the recently commissioned and operational renewable natural gas facility, which will produce the equivalent of 25,000 gallons of vehicle fuel per day. The new renewable natural gas facility treats and refines landfill gas from the Seneca Meadows Landfill and converts it to pipeline quality renewable natural gas (RNG). The RNG is then moved through the existing natural gas pipeline system to either make electricity with renewable natural gas in an existing natural gas power plant or it can be converted into compressed natural gas for use in vehicles.
Duke Energy's Power Plant Portfolio Receives Bid - Reports
May 30 14
The Blackstone Group L.P. (NYSE:BX) and Riverstone Holdings LLC have bids to acquire 11 power plants in Midwest region of United States from Duke Energy Corporation (NYSE:DUK), The Wall Street Journal reported citing sources. Energy Investors Funds Group and Energy Capital Partners are also in the race for the deal. Citigroup, Inc. and Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) are acting as financial advisors to Duke Energy Corporation.
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