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Kerogen investments go full-cycle

Kerogen's vehicles grow from their appraisal and development core focus

Appraisal and development are the key value areas for Zennor Petroleum and Pandion Energy—two producers owned by oil and gas-focused private equity (PE) firm Kerogen Capital—as well as the driving logic for the company to invest in AIM-listed Hurricane Energy. But now its investments are moving full-cycle, from exploration all the way through to production. Kerogen's managing partner and co-founder Jason Cheng spoke recently to Petroleum Economist editor-in-chief Peter Ramsay.  PR: Should PE investment be seen in a positive light for the Norwegian continental shelf (NCS) and UK continental shelf (UKCS) investment? JC: Perception of PE is sometimes skewed and there is a lack of understandi

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