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Welligence Energy Analytics garners $41M growth capital

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A group of investors has chipped in $41 million to purchase a minority stake in Houston-based Welligence Energy Analytics, a provider of energy data and intelligence.

Boston-based venture capital firm Elephant Partners led the series B round, with participation from Veriten, a Houston-based, energy-focused research, investing, and strategy firm, and EDG, a Metairie, Louisiana-based energy consulting firm. Several executives from the energy, information services, and software sectors also contributed to the round.

Founded in 2016, Welligence specializes in data and intelligence for the oil and gas markets, greenhouse gas emissions sector, and carbon capture, storage, and utilization (CCUS) projects. Clients include major oil and gas companies, as well as large investment banks.

“Our team is proud of the growth we’ve achieved over the last six years. The foundation of Welligence has now been built. We have a world-class team, a robust database and platform, and a brand recognized globally in our industry,” Welligence co-founder and CEO Ross Lubetkin says in a news release. “Raising significant capital from some of the market’s most sophisticated investors with a proven track record is a pivotal step towards realizing the Welligence vision — to solidify our presence as a leading global energy research house.”

Welligence says it will use the funding to beef up its product offerings, expand its geographic data capabilities, and enter new energy research verticals. The company has employees and clients in North America, Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East, and it plans to open more global offices.

“We have been extremely impressed by the Welligence team and product and are excited by the scalability of the platform. Through the company’s use of new technology, ideas, and methodologies, Welligence continues to take market share in a space traditionally monopolized by a few legacy players,” says Christopher De Souza, a partner at Elephant. “Welligence’s global energy database positions it well for expansion into new frontiers.”

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This article originally ran on EnergyCapital.

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