Caerus, the youngest son of Zeus, is the Greek God of Opportunity; he is the due measure that achieves the aim. He has a lock of hair hanging over his brow, which can be grabbed upon arrival, but no hair to grab on the back of his head as an opportunity passed is no longer obtainable.
Caerus is always running and has wings on his feet. He carries scales balanced on a razor’s edge indicating the fleeting instant in which opportunity appears and disappears. This symbol signifies our company’s ability to identify opportunities in the upstream oil and gas sector and execute a transaction while opportunity is present.
Our track record includes successful sourcing and execution of some of the most complex transactions in the upstream space over the last 15 years. We believe creativity in acquisitions is as important as creativity in operations. Navigating complex financial structures, which burden high-quality assets, results in rewards which otherwise may not be obtained.