Recently I have acquired a little bit of private equity experience, but nothing specific to O&G. Does anyone here have any educated guesses as to how difficult it would be to shift from experience at a general p.e. firm to one in the O&G sector?
I was looking at O&G p.e. firms lately, and a lot of the ones that came up on Google were from around the Houston & Calgary areas, or else in London or New York City. I was thinking these might not be bad places to live.
Do the following p.e. firms mostly cover the notable firms in the Louisiana & Texas areas, or are there others that I am missing besides the following?: Denham Capital
(Houston, London, etc.) Blue Water Energy
(London) EnCap Investments
(Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, etc.) Lucas Capital
(Redbank, NJ, & Northport, AL) Annapolis Capital
(Calgary, Alberta) Iroquois Capital Opportunity Fund
(NYC) Ridgewood Capital
(Houston & NJ) SW Capital Partners
(Calgary & Houston) NGP Energy Technology Partners
(DC & New Orleans) Quantum Energy Partners
(Houston) Kanye Anderson Capital Partners LP
(Los Angeles, Houston, and 6 other locations) White Deer Energy
(Houston & NYC)