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Year Founded: 2006

AUM: $84.00B | Dry Powder: $14.91B
1345 Avenue of the Americas 30th Floor, NY, NY 10105, US
Global Infrastructure Partners is an investment firm based in New York City, New York. The firm focuses on investing in companies operating in the energy, natural resource, power generation, transport, water, waste management, and manufacturing sectors

Key Contacts

  • Gregg Myers
    Chief Financial Officer & Managing Director
  • Manish Jindal
    Chief Financial Officer & Managing Director
  • Mark Levitt
    Chief Operating Officer, Managing Director & Head of Human Capital

Investment Preferences

  • Preferred Industries
    Energy Services, Exploration, Production and Refining, Other Business Products and Services, Other Energy
  • Geographical Preference
    Asia, Canada, Europe, Middle East, Oceania, US
  • Preferred Deal Types


  • Other Investment Preferences
    • Seeks ESG investments

Investments By Year

Source: Pitchbook

Funds Closed

GIP Emerging Market Fund
Vintage: 2020

Size: $5.0B

Dry Powder: N/A

Details: Fund invests in transportation, energy, water, and waste investments sector

Global Infrastructure Partners IV
Vintage: 2018

Size: $22.0B

Dry Powder: $10.2B

Details: Fund invests in the areas of energy, transport and water & waste management

Global Infrastructure Partners III
Vintage: 2015

Size: $15.8B

Dry Powder: $121.8M

Details: Focuses on core-plus infrastructure assets in the energy, transport and water/waste sectors

Investments By Industry

Investments By Region

Source: Pitchbook

Key Investments

In October 2022, Global Infrastructure Partners acquired Atlas Renewable Energy from private equity firm Actis for an undisclosed amount. Atlas has 14 fully contracted solar assets across Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Uruguay, which collectively produce 2.3GW of clean energy

In May 2022, Global Infrastructure Partners agreed to acquire WPD Offshore, the offshore wind business of German renewable project developer WPD. WPD offshore wind has developed 7GW of capacity and has begun operations in 14 European and Asia-Pacific markets. It also has a development pipeline with more than 30GW of combined capacity

In January 2022, Global Infrastructure Partners, together with its co-investors, invested $500 million of development capital in IPP BrightNight, LLC, a leading renewable power company

In December 2021, Global Infrastructure Partners agreed to acquire a 25% interest in Scotia Gas Networks from OMERS. The acquisition will be made through GIP’s Separately Managed Account platform. Scotia Gas Networks is the second largest gas distribution network operator in the UK. It is well positioned to play an essential role in the UK’s decarbonization by supporting the transition from methane to renewable hydrogen sources

In September 2021, Global Infrastructure through its Global Infrastructure Partners Capital Solutions Fund II made an equity investment of up to $245 million in Easton Energy LLC. Easton is a Houston based midstream company focused on developing infrastructure assets that support the transportation, storage, and processing of natural gas liquids, refined products, and petrochemicals along the Gulf Coast

In August 2021, Global Infrastructure partners acquired 100% stake in Saavi Energía from Actis. Saavi is an independent power generator in Mexico. It has a geographically diverse 2.2GW portfolio of 6 CCGTs, 3 compression stations and 65km of associated natural gas pipelines serving primarily the Mexican power market as well as providing reserve capacity for specified markets in California

In July 2021, Latin American power company AES Andes SA sold 49% stake in its renewable energy affiliate in Chile to Global Infrastructure Partners for €373.5 million. Chile Renovables SpA, would acquire several of AES Andes’ special purpose vehicles that collectively own 734MW of wind, solar and storage assets currently in operation or under construction in Chile

In December 2020, Global Infrastructure Partners’ GIP IV fund acquired MAP RE/ES, the renewable energy business of MAP Energy, including its investment platform, team and renewable energy assets under management for an undisclosed sum. The assets include a portfolio of producing royalty interests across more than 16GW of operating wind and solar plants in the US as well as a nationwide development pipeline managed through joint ventures with leading national and regional development partners

Other Details

GIP invests in the natural resources infrastructure, water distribution and treatment, power and utilities, air transport infrastructure, seaports, and waste management sectors. GIP manages c.$84 billion on behalf of its global investor base. The firm operates through 6 global offices in New York, London, Hong Kong, Mumbai, Stamford and Sydney

Global Infrastructure Partners Emerging Market Fund is an Infrastructure debt fund managed by Global Infrastructure Partners. The fund is located in New York, New York and invests in Latin America and Asia, excluding India. The fund targets investments in the transportation, energy and Infrastructure sectors

Abanca Corporacion Bancaria, Access Midstream Partners, AMP Capital Investors, ARC Capital Holdings, ArcLight Capital Partners, Ardian, Argus Capital, Asian Development Bank, Australia Future Fund, Biffa, British Columbia Investment Management, Brookfield Asset Management, Caithness Energy, China Investment Corporation, Chase Capital Partners, CIT Group, CPP Investments, EnLink Midstream, IFM Investors, First Reserve are some of the institutional investors in GIP’s funds

Source: Pitchbook, Company Website, Economic Times, GlobalNewsWire, UtilityDive, Power Technology, SparkSpread