ADIA is in a Consortium That Shows Investment Interest in Gassled

Sovereign investors are keen on coming together to bid on developed European energy infrastructure assets. This asset is a necessary piece of natural gas infrastructure for Europe’s energy consumption and security. In addition, infrastructure assets like these tend to generate long term stable cash flows for their investors. Larger sovereign wealth funds are fond of infrastructure investments as an inflation hedge for their portfolio.

Created in January 2003, Gassled is a joint venture between several oil & gas firms and state owned companies. The entity serves as the official owner of the Norwegian gas transport infrastructure. The biggest stake in Gassled is being managed by Petoro AS, a state owned company that manages it on behalf of the Government of Norway. Petoro AS does not directly own the licenses. [ Content protected for Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute Standard subscribers only. Please subscribe to view content. ]

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