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Tailwater Capital wraps up $1.1bn fourth fundraise

Friday, March 27, 2020

Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia:

The Dallas-based private-equity firm Tailwater Capital has raised $1.1 billion for its fourth flagship energy-infrastructure fund.

Since the firm's inception in 2013, Tailwater has raised more than $3.7 billion across its funds.

The team, led by founding partners Jason Downie and Edward Herring, has executed more than 100 energy transactions in the upstream and midstream sectors representing over $20 billion in transaction value.

"Raising our largest fund to date in today's energy environment is a testament to the strength of the Tailwater team and the longstanding trust our investors have placed in us to continue identifying attractive opportunities in the midstream sector," said Edward Herring, Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Tailwater.

Receiving strong support from new and existing investors, Fund IV will continue its strategy of partnering with proven management teams to identify attractive opportunities in midstream infrastructure.

Having sourced capital from leading institutional investors, Fund IV will continue to employ a disciplined and nimble approach to investing, targeting opportunities across the midstream value chain from the wellhead to the refinery gates.

With more than $1.3 billion of dry powder and management teams operating in all of the core onshore basins in the U.S., Tailwater believes it is poised to opportunistically execute on the buying opportunities created by the capital access issues......................

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