Pearl Energy Investments

About

Pearl Energy Investments is a Dallas-based energy investment firm with $1.2 billion of committed capital under management. Pearl focuses on partnering with best-in-class management teams to invest in the lower-to-middle market North American upstream, midstream, and oilfield services sectors.  The firm typically targets opportunities requiring $25 million to $100 million of equity capital.

Headquarters Address

2100 McKinney Ave, Suite 1675
Dallas, TX 75201
United States

Main Phone Number

New Financings

Report Date Type Amount (MM) Description
2017-07-14 Pearl Energy Investment Equity $600.00

Held first and final close of Pearl Energy Investments II LP at hard cap, providing $25 million to $75…

Report Date Type Amount (MM) Description
2015-10-01 Pearl Energy Investments - 2015-10-01 Equity $500.00

Closed inaugural fund, Pear Energy Investments LP, after reaching its hard cap. Focused on providing…

News

Burned by a sector gone bad, energy capital providers are hyper risk-averse or just absent. Capital will flow back into the space when…

Dallas-based AVAD Energy Partners II said it will pursue an acquire-and-exploit strategy focused on creating value through “…

Investors can be lured back to oil and gas, but free cash flow has to be returned to shareholders and not sunk back into the ground,…

After years of hoping for oil prices to return to better days, the magical thinking by optimistic E&Ps is out, and private-equity…

Pearl Energy Investments and Natural Gas Partners agreed to partner with Eagle Mountain Energy Partners to support the newly formed E…

Transactions

Report Date Amount (MM) Description
2019-05-20 $245.00

Newly-Formed Red Wolf Lands First Acquisition In Oklahoma Shale

Newly-Formed Red Wolf Lands First Acquisition In Oklahoma Shale

IndustryVoice

Pearl is focused on an investment strategy that leverages the team’s deep-rooted relationships in the energy industry to partner with best-in-class management teams pursuing attractive risk-reward opportunities in the upstream, midstream, and service sectors.