EQT Infrastructure has closed its second fund at the hard cap of 1.925 billion euros ($2.6 billion). EQT Infrastructure II will be targeting existing infrastructure companies located primarily in Europe and North America.
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HitecVision has sold Norwegian offshore oil and gas broadband operator Tampnet to EQT Infrastructure for around NOK 1.5 billion ($0.3 billion). Established in 2001, the company is headquartered in Stavanger, Norway.
Private equity investor EQT Infrastructure has acquired a majority stake in Argos Terminals, the storage and terminal business of BeNeLux-based oil company Argos Group. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, though the company said Argos Group would retain a minority stake. The deal is expected to close in July.
EQT Infrastructure will pay 180 million euros ($252 million) to acquire the car park business from Spanish infrastructure and renewable energy group Acciona. EQT bought 29 car parks in Spain and Andorra. The deal reportedly includes 40 million euros of debt. The investment is the first for EQT Infrastructure in Spain.
Private equity firm EQT will buy Restaurant Technologies Inc. from Parthenon Capital Partners and ABS Capital Partners. Financial terms of the deal were not released. RTI is a provider of cooking oil management services to the foodservice industry. The investment comes out of EQT Infrastructure, a 1.2 billion euro fund launched 2008 by EQT.