Denham forms partnership with Nexif to focus on SE Asia

Denham Capital formed a partnership with Nexif, a Singapore-based power management company, to develop, finance, construct and acquire power generation assets across Southeast Asia. Denham expects to invest more than $200 million across the region through the platform.


PE-backed Greenleaf Power acquires Plainfield Renewable Energy

Greenleaf Power, a portfolio company of Denham Capital, has completed its acquisition of Plainfield Renewable Energy Plant. No financial terms were disclosed. Based in Plainfield, Connecticut, Plainfield Renewable Energy is a facility that uses clean biomass as its fuel.


Denham Capital exits stake in FRV

Abdul Latif Jameel Energy and Environmental Services has acquired solar development company Fotowatio Renewable Ventures. The sellers included Denham Capital and Qualitas Venture Capital. No financial terms were disclosed.


Denham Capital partners with Thesis Energy for European power platform

Denham Capital and Thesis Energy have partnered to form Thesis Energy Holdings Ltd, a platform to pursue opportunities in European power generation. Financial terms weren’t announced. London-based Thesis will buy and actively manage large-scale gas, coal and biomass-fired power generation and cogeneration assets across Western Europe.


Denham commits $130 mln to Australian mining operation

Denham Capital has committed $130 million to a newly formed venture called Auctus Minerals focused on developing mining production projects, as well as improving operational mining assets throughout Australia. Auctus is led by managing director Stephen Murdoch and based in Perth, Australia.


Denham Capital backs Pembroke Resources

Denham Capital has backed Pembroke Resources with a commitment of up to $200 million. The newly-formed mining company will be based in Sydney and will look to acquire and develop a portfolio of metallurgical coal assets in the Asia-Pacific region.


Jobs of the Week: Denham, Goldman Sachs and KPMG are hiring

This week on the job’s board two pension funds are looking for chief investment officers, Denham Capital is recruiting for an investor relations associate; Rockport Venture Partners is seeking a managing director and Goldman Sachs needs a New York-based leveraged finance associate.

FRV and Denham Partner in Global Solar Enterprise

Global solar company FRV has entered into a partnership with energy focused private equity firm Denham Capital to invest over US$ 190 million in new solar energy projects. The partnership will invest across global solar markets, including Australia, South Africa, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East. PRESS RELEASE FRV has entered into a partnership […]

KEMET Buys Niotan

KEMET Corp., a listed manufacturer of tantalum, ceramic, aluminum, film, paper and electrolytic capacitors, will acquire all of the outstanding shares of Niotan Inc. from Denham Capital Management. Niotan has been a significant supplier of tantalum powder to KEMET for several years, the company said in a statement. Terms of the deal were not released.

Gradient Resources Adds $63M for Geothermal Power

Gradient Resources Inc., a Reno, Nevada-based developer of geothermal power, has raised $63 million in financing, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Committee. The money comes largely in the form of options and warrants, according to the filing. Formerly known as Vulcan Power Co., the company is backed by energy-focused private equity firm Denham Capital.

Ursa Resources Group Closes on $200M

Ursa Resources Group II has closed on $200 million in equity financing from Denham Capital. The financing will be used for acquisition of oil and gas assets. Denham Capital is an energy-focused global private equity firm.

Denham Backs Tradition Midstream with $200M

Denham Capital has put $200 million into Tradition Midstream, a provider of services to energy producers and consumers. The new funding will help the company expand its infrastructure. Denham Capital is an energy-focused global private equity firm.

PE-backed Greenleaf Power Buys Colmac Energy

Private equity-backed Greenleaf Power, which owns and operates biomass power plants, said it will acquire Colmac Energy – a 47-megawatt facility — from American Consumer Industries. Financial terms of the deal were not released. Colmac is the third such acquisition by Greenleaf Power. Greenleaf is backed by Denham Capital.

Denham Capital Selling Asphalt Holdings Stake

Denham Capital has agreed to sell its equity stake in Asphalt Holdings Inc. to NuStar Energy LP (NYSE: NS). The deal is valued at $44.1 million. AHI provides receipt, storage and distribution of asphalt and crude oil via marine vessels, barges, tank trucks and rail cars.

Denham Capital Selling Galveston LNG to EOG Resources

Denham Capital has agreed to sell Galveston LNG Inc. to the Canadian subsidiary of EOG Resources Inc. (NYSE: EOG). No financial terms were disclosed. Calgary-based Galveston LNG owns, via a subsidiary, a 49% interest in the planned liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal around 400 miles north of Vancouver.

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