With the momentum of the ESG and energy transition movements building, private equity investors are pouring more capital into renewables, forcing E&Ps to rethink their strategies in order to compete.

“You've got to give them something that truly is a differentiator,” said Chuck Yates, a member of Cottonwood Venture Partners advisory board, during the NAPE Global Business Conference. “You have to show that you’ve made money. There are no more equity line of commitments, you’ve got to have the asset on lockdown.”

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