About Asset Buyout Partners
Asset Buyout Partners is an industrial real estate company with a dedicated investment strategy focusing on mission critical real estate and infrastructure located in major Norwegian energy and maritime clusters
Strategic locations coupled with mission critical infrastructure provide comfort for activity well beyond contracted lifetime, underpinned by the attractiveness of the Norwegian Economic Zone - a highly attractive region offering access to advanced technology and know-how clusters, vast natural resources and a stable regulatory environment.
Our clusters are ideally located to capture and facilitate onshore and offshore activity, offering access to high quality infrastructure attractive to multiple industries such as oil and gas, offshore wind, aquaculture, hydrogen and biogas. Several of our tenants have diversified from oil and gas exposure, and now have considerable backlogs toward offshore wind and other alternative industries.
With a high concentration of leading industrial companies, energy and maritime clusters are ideal for exploring and developing circular economy initiatives. ABP works actively to promote more sustainable and circular operating models together with the customers.
Currently, Asset Buyout Partners owns and manages 1.78 million square meters of land and infrastructure for supply of water, fuels and special products, and 264,000 square meters of industry properties and 735 meters of deep-water quays. In our portfolio, we have a total of ca. 530,000 square meters of zoned and undeveloped land, providing expansion opportunities for existing as well as new customers.
Asset Buyout Partners is a professional landlord and seeks long-term partnerships with our customers. Our expertise extends to structuring, owning, developing, financing and managing industrial real estate and infrastructure. The company is headquartered in Oslo with regional management teams serving our customers locally.
The company is owned by HitecVision, a leading provider of institutional capital to the North Sea region's energy industry, together with management and non-executive board members.