Within the energy infrastructure and transportation equipment market, FTAI is focused on two sub-sectors: land-based infrastructure and offshore energy service equipment. Land-based infrastructure refers to facilities that enable the storage, unloading, loading and movement of crude oil and refined products or gas from producers to end users, such as refineries.
Offshore energy equipment refers to the assets used to support the production, processing and transportation of oil and natural gas from offshore (subsea) reserves. FTAI is currently targeting energy service equipment investments within this market, including inspection, maintenance and repair-related opportunities in countries that have a strong national oil company presence.
FTAI has three offshore energy investments, including one remote operated vehicle (“ROV”) support vessel, one Anchor Handling Tug Supply (“AHTS”) vessel, and one construction support vessel ("CSV").