Ocean Pacific Capital provides access to a wide range of financial solutions designed to service the oil & natural gas, energy, infrastructure and natural resources sectors. We can provide timely joint venture capital or financing for oil & gas acquisitions that take advantage of today's lower commodity prices.
As a multi-faceted finance company we have the ability to finance all sectors of the oil & gas industry from the large oil producer, to the smaller independent operator, to refinery operators, transportation companies, to even the retail gas station/c-store owner and all other real estate holdings of oil & gas companies.
Call us if you are seeking to acquire:
Producing oil & gas fields
Non-producing oil & gas fields with shut-in wells that need workovers
Gathering Processing & distribution infrastructure
Refineries& distribution systems
Pipelines, related infrastructure, including compression storage and tank farms
Otakikpo JV, a joint venture of Green Energy International Ltd., Abuja, and Lekoil Ltd., London, signed definitive agreements to advance Otakikpo marginal field development in OML 11 in Nigeriaâ€™s Niger Delta.
Talos Energy along with Block 7 partners and PetrĂ³leos Mexicanos (Pemex) have 120 working days to submit a Unitization and Unit Operating Agreement to Mexico's Ministry of Energy for Zama field development.
U.K. to Ban Huawei From 5G Networks Amid China Tensions The British government said it would bar telecom companies from purchasing new equipment made by China?s Huawei and gave them until 2027 to remove its technology from their 5G wireless networks, a sharp about-face that marks a significant victory for the U.S.
Searching for Video? Google Pushes YouTube Over Rivals Facebook and other competitors host the same videos, but engineers have made changes that effectively preference YouTube?owned by Google?over other video sources. Journal tests show YouTube usually ends up first and takes most of the slots in Google Search video carousels, prime results real estate.
U.S. June Consumer Prices Rose Sharply U.S. consumer prices rose sharply in June while states were broadening efforts to reopen, with costs snapping back for products and services that were hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.