The global energy market is valued in excess of US$6 trillion per year, not including exploration and development.
Demand is met by five, mainly fossil-fuel sources; Coal, Oil, Natural Gas, Nuclear and Renewables. The fossil-fuels of Coal, Oil and Gas are a group of energy sources formed by ancient plants and organisms subjected to intense heat and pressure over millions of years.
Other sources of primary energy include Nuclear energy, derived from nuclear reactions used to drive steam turbines to create electricity, and Renewable energy sources including Hydroelectric, Geothermal, Solar, Wind, Tidal/Wave and Biomass.
China leads the world in fossil-fuel consumption and investment in Hydroelectric, Solar and Wind energy, creating the biggest energy revolution on earth. Pacific Century Partners upstream engagements have included Natural Gas, Solar, Coal and Carbon Capture and Sequestration.
Our interests in Power businesses provide stable revenue streams over perpetual or long term contracts with utility scale customers. We accept diverse commercial opportunities with high, predictable margins and cash flows, across a portfolio of durations, sectors and geographies, predominantly in high-growth markets with scalable applications.
Operationally we prioritize providing bespoke solutions to satisfy the needs of a diverse group of stakeholders, and fuel our power exposure by driving cost savings, enhancing operational capabilities and advancing growth initiatives in core locations and markets.