Current Investments

We invest in the next generation of breakthrough energy technologies by identifying and living the patterns that make for successful investments.

 

Fund VI Investments

Agile Upstream

Investment: 
2017

Agile Upstream has developed a SaaS solution, Agile Land Solutions (“ALI”), to read and extract provisions, obligations and data from leases and other oil-and-gas-specific documents using a combination of artificial intelligence and optical character recognition technology. ALI’s primary use case is in E&P mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, dramatically reducing the costs associated with contractors who are brought on board to sift through areas of risk in potential acquired leases as well as areas requiring flagging in already acquired leases. Agile Upstream is based in The Woodlands, Texas.

FlexGen Power Systems

Investment: 
2015

FlexGen Power Systems provides innovative hybrid power products for a range of oil and gas applications, including drilling rig and production power. The company’s core technology enables the replacement of traditional combustion power generation with a product called the Solid State Generator (“SSG”), which combines software, high-efficiency power conversion and advanced energy storage.  FlexGen’s SSG units have been successfully field tested in the U.S. military and oilfield delivering meaningful fuel, maintenance and emissions savings. FlexGen Power Systems is headquartered in Houston and has a R&D facility in Durham, North Carolina.

Infrastructure Networks

Investment: 
2013

Infrastructure Networks is a developer of proprietary 4G LTE wireless networks that enable the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) for machine-to-machine communications in critical infrastructure industries such as oil and gas exploration and production. Founded in March 2011, Infrastructure Networks has been rapidly expanding its holdings by acquiring licensed 700 MHz broadband spectrum. To date, those holdings cover more than 150,000 square miles of the Permian Basin in Texas and New Mexico, the Bakken Shale in North Dakota, the Eagle Ford Shale in Texas and Eastern Kern County in California.