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Major private equity poised to venture a billion dollars into oil and gas

While other funds move away from black energy, Hitecvision has raised more than USD 1 billion for new oil and gas investments.

Hitecvision har helped, among others, Vår Energi acquire Exxon Mobil's Norwegian oil assets. | Photo: PR / Vår Energi

Hitecvision – Norway's largest private equity firm – is ready to lay USD 1 billion into new oil and gas companies, reports domestic business daily Dagens Næringsliv (DN).

The company has declined to comment DN's information, but the media also writes that Hitecvision is the only private equity firm in the world to have attracted capital for oil and gas in recent times. The fund has mainly raised money from US investors.

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