hen capital markets are challenged and the other traditional methods of financing projects don’t appear as attractive, investors have been known to turn to mezzanine funding.

Mezzanine appeals to investors because of the flexibility it can provide and that can be essential in this climate after the turmoil that hit the world markets late last year.

Stuart Page, the managing director of The Carlyle Group, Ronald Gajdica, who is the managing director of EIG Global Energy Partners and managing director of GSO Capital Partners Larry Tharp discussed the re-emergence of mezzanine funding during a roundtable discussion during the Energy Capital Conference presented by Oil and Gas Investor in early March.

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