Ocean Pacific Capital provides access to a wide range of financial products designed to service the oil & natural gas, energy, infrastructure and natural resources sectors. Oil & Natural Gas Financing has been one of our specialties since 1977.
We pride ourselves on building strong relationships with oil & gas industry clients by providing reliable, consistent, and competitive delivery of customized energy finance solutions to solve challenges and their financial goals.
Our expertise on the oil & gas and energy industry is driven by a dedicated team of energy finance specialists, who understand the unique challenges facing energy professionals.
Oil & Gas Sectors Served:
Processing & distribution
Refining & distribution systems
Pipelines, related infrastructure,including compression
Liquefied Natural Gas
Oilfield equipment & services
Petroleum distribution and Transportation
Retail Gas Station and C-Store Real Estate
Senior loans, term and revolving
Oil Reserve-based credit facilities
Corporate, project and acquisition finance
Initial financings or recapitalizations
Single asset or portfolio credits
Please call us today at 1-800-595-1474 to speak to an Oil & Gas financing specialist.
your financing needs,
we will tailor a loan that's right for you.
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