Headquartered in Dallas with a network that extends to Wall Street, Houston, and West Texas, Bluebonnet Energy Capital LLC provides advisory services to energy ventures across the country. Bluebonnet specializes in advisory work, from initial strategy to lease acquisition, drilling, production, and monetization.
Whether you’re an upstream operator, mineral fund, or private equity deal team, we will not only provide counsel drawn from our own background, but we’ll also add the combined expertise of our network. We bring 40 years of experience and proven track-record to every engagement.
The world of oil and gas is undergoing massive shifts in operational technology, regulatory environment, and capital provision. It has become even more challenging to adapt, survive, and profit. We have the breadth of experience, and proven record of success to help your organization not only survive, but prosper.
Bluebonnet’s founder has founded and run three successful energy companies, has served on the boards of several more, and is currently the Chairman of the Board for two others. Whatever challenges your company is facing, it is likely that we have either encountered it ourselves, or know how to access resources to solve your problem.
We have raised over a billion dollars in investment capital from high net-worth individuals and large private equity, and have secured debt from banks and large institutions. We can help you raise capital and secure financing, determining the most appropriate method for the stage of your organization.
"I’ve been in this business for 40 years, and it is clear that the current capital environment will have profound effects in the years to come. The scarcity of capital for operators is destroying production capacity, and that diminishment will come to bear in a strong price response that will be experienced for years to come."
Tom Fagadau - Founder
Tom Fagadau | Founder
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