Since 2004, PEP Investments has deployed over $15 billion of capital for our clients in both public and private markets across traditional energy and the Energy Transition.

Private Investment Strategies

Diverse professional backgrounds and a flat operating structure improves the “marketplace of ideas” on PEP’s private equity team.

PEP’s private equity practice focuses on discreet energy investment opportunities with asymmetric returns propositions. Featuring a team with diverse investment and direct operating backgrounds, PEP Private Equity has proven a capacity to provide investors with differentiated perspectives and unique access to value-oriented private energy investment strategies. Our principles are simple: honesty, deep technical due diligence, structural flexibility, and strong investor alignment. Our “more partner, less sponsor” approach to energy investing has helped to shape our superior industry and client networks as well as our longstanding reputation for fair dealing. PEP Private Equity’s primary goal continues to be creating outsized risk-adjusted returns for our clients, alongside whom we will always invest in the PEP Private Equity strategies.

Public Investment Strategies

Business analysts focused on long-term value creation.

Our public equities strategies focus on structurally advantaged assets across an array of enabler commodities and infrastructure projects. By taking a private equity approach to the public markets, PEP Public Equity assesses asset quality and management’s ability to generate long-term value. Our strategies focus on doing well while doing good: attractive prospective returns while supporting global zero-carbon efforts.


Global Natural Resources and Energy Transition Q1 2022

Increased awareness of the constraints and physical realities of our collective efforts to both expand and decarbonize the world’s energy systems is a prerequisite to creating the policy and investment climate necessary for success. The next step is to move beyond spreadsheets and soapboxes and start figuring out how to capitalize responsibly sourced raw materials, infrastructure projects, and energy solutions so that economic crises do not become humanitarian ones.

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Dan Pickering Talks Energy Security and Pricing Volatility on CNBC

The Biden Administration must balance energy security amid the war in Ukraine while lowering gas prices before midterm elections. How will their decisions impact the market this year and beyond? Watch Dan Pickering on CNBC to get his take.

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Dan Pickering Predicts Impact of Biden’s SPR Release

The SPR release is lowering oil prices as intended, but how does the refill of these reserves affect demand in the future? Dan Pickering joins Kelly Evans on CNBC's The Exchange to discuss.

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March 2022 – Commentary from Dan Pickering

Newton’s First Law of Motion says an object in motion tends to stay in motion, unless acted on by a force. There were many forces in the energy markets during March 2022, but energy stocks clearly stayed in motion.

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Dan Pickering Joins CNBC to Discuss Record-Breaking Release of Oil Reserves

The United States is looking to draw a record amount of oil from emergency reserves. How will this affect demand – and how are investors responding? Dan Pickering discusses his predictions on CNBC’s The Exchange with Kelly Evans.

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An Open Letter from SailingStone Capital Partners to Turquoise Hill’s Independent Directors

Houston, Texas, March 15, 2022 (BusinessWire) – SailingStone Capital Partners, a long-time owner of Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd. (TSX:TRQ) (NYSE:TRQ), has delivered the attached letter to the Turquoise Hill Independent Directors.

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Dan Pickering Explores Oil Supply Disruption on CNBC

On CNBC’s Market Rally, Dan Pickering discusses what he calls “normal volatility in a very abnormal time.” Watch for his take on the need for more trustworthy oil sources in the next three to five years.

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The Case for Capital Discipline… And Sound Energy Policy

Commentary from SailingStone Capital Partners

Commodity price spikes are almost always the result of supply shocks that are caused by geopolitical events (i.e. – wars and trade wars) or natural disasters. They are, in a word, unsustainable.

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Dan Pickering Sets Expectations for Solutions to Oil Price Increases

Facing energy insecurity and high oil prices, the U.S. weighs solutions while geopolitical tensions rise. Dan Pickering joins Sonali Basak on Bloomberg to discuss what it’ll take for the U.S. to offset global dependence on Russia’s oil supply.

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