BP Energy Partners

Investment Strategy

BP Energy Partners (BPEP) investment strategy is focused on a lower carbon future. BPEP believes that natural gas will continue to play an important part in the transition to that future.

BPEP makes middle market control investments in the natural gas value chain. These include infrastructure, power, environmental services, logistics, midstream, and natural gas distribution and consumption.

Our strategy also includes investments in low carbon energy solutions and renewable energy that will complement investments in the natural gas value chain. Our emphasis on strong portfolio performance is accompanied by our determination to make investments that are sustainable, responsible and improve energy resiliency.

BPEP continues to generate differentiated and relationship-driven deal flow. Our investment team creates value through active management and monitoring and places a strong emphasis on leveraging our extensive network of business relationships for the commercial benefit of our portfolio companies.

Natural Gas Value Chain

  • Liquified natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG) transport, infrastructure and storage, winter peaking, backup and decarbonization
  • Distributed and off grid power generation (prime power and backup) using natural gas
  • Natural gas microgrids for resiliency, peak shaving, and carbon reduction
  • Flare capture and reduction services, equipment and monetization
  • Methane leak detection, reduction and monetization services
  • Natural gas pipeline maintenance and integrity services including backup fuel supply
  • Stranded gas monetization including power for edge computing

Low Carbon Solutions

  • Environmental services and testing to comply with federal, state, local and corporate air emissions standards
  • Combined heat and power equipment and services combined with distributed power generation to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and lower carbon emissions
  • Energy efficiency equipment and services
  • Battery storage projects in conjunction with other distributed power generation assets
  • Fuel cells with natural gas as input


  • Microgrids utilizing gas, solar, wind, battery, or geothermal
  • Renewable natural gas (RNG) value chain including infrastructure, transportation and logistics