Review of the Top Eight Oil and Gas Corporate Venture Capital Groups

Corporate venture capital (CVC) groups at major oil companies are vital to the oil and gas start-up ecosystem. They have an equity stake in about half of all oil and gas start-ups that have raised funding. However, oil companies have also committed hundreds of millions of dollars to petroleum substi...

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