Spicewood Mineral Partners Closes Initial $250 Million Fund Above Target

Spicewood announced the final closing of Spicewood Mineral Partners LP with total capital commitments exceeding its target of $200 million.

Hart Energy Staff
Spicewood Mineral Partners Closes Initial $250 Million Fund Above Target

With the fund complete, along with two additional co-investment vehicles, Spicewood has raised approximately $400 million since December 2020. (Source: Hart Energy, Shutterstock.com)

Spicewood Mineral Partners recently closed on its initial fund, which the Dallas-based firm said was  “substantially oversubscribed,” with total capital commitments exceeding its target of $200 million.

“We are thankful for the support and confidence of our partners in this first outside capital fund,” John Golden, partner and co-Founder of Spicewood, commented in a company release on June 6.

A U.S. mineral and energy investment firm, Spicewood has been acquiring royalties since 2016, according to the company’s website.

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