Energy Real Estate



AMCI HOLDING aims to be especially active in oil and gas.
We pursue lower-to-moderate risk investment opportunitiespredominantly in oil and natural gas assets, which may include oil and gas working interests; minerals and royalties; and opportunistic financings, structured either through asset-level investments or through structured investments in businesses owning these interests and/or related assets.

Our Approach
  • Combine creative and customized structures with financial discipline and a strong focus on risk management in an effort to deliver attractive risk-adjusted returns throughout cycles;
  • Focuse on direct ownership and investing based upon asset value rather than going-concern values, which is more typical in traditional energy private equity;
  • Operating and partnering like an oil and gas company given our financial expertise and capabilities to manage assets;
  • Employing a flexible investment mandate to match the appropriate asset type and investment structure based on evolving macro and market environments;
  • Helping oil and gas operators to access financing.

Energy Trading


Our Approach


Manage the risk inherent in commodities trading is fundamental

Market, financial and operational risks are an integral element of commodities trading and physical supply. They cannot be managed. AMCI Holding maintains risk management systems, as well as processes and controls which are continuously reviewed and updated.
AMCI Holding applies a range of risk management tools to minimize overall exposure at any one point in time.


Our partner logistics team and ours operate seamlessly with our trading desks to manage freight exposures and to add safety and efficiency to our transactions.


Central to the success of the business is the relationships we have built within the global finance sector.
AMCI Holding is able to get bank guarantee, SBLC, and all bank instruments needed for its business, as well as funding.


Continuous investment in state-of-the-art technology ensures AMCI Holding’s global strategies and initiatives are supported in an efficient and secure manner.

AMCI Holding and its partners maintain a number of advanced information systems serving our core business and supporting functions, including Risk, Trading and Financial systems, which consolidate trading positions and financial exposures globally on a daily basis. Operations- and assets-related activities are supported by an array of specialist applications, enabling global functions to work harmoniously regardless of location.


The regulatory landscape is becoming ever more consistent, comprehensive and transparent with more than 70 regulatory authorities worldwide.
To ensure compliance within such an extensive and constantly evolving regulatory environment, we maintain rigorous corporate protocols and a strict compliance program.



Trading is at the heart of AMCI Holding’s business. Trading of physical energy, metals and bulk commodities. We combine the core competencies of marketing, logistics, financing, risk management and compliance with the knowledge and insights gained from sustainable supplier and customer relationships.


AMCI Holding has crude oil trading specialists in Canada, Russia, Dubai, Austria.

Refined Products

We have broadened our trading portfolio into new commodities :

  • Heavy Fuel & Feedstocks
  • Middle Distillate
  • Gasoline
  • Naphtha
  • LPG
  • Biofuels
  • Natural Gas & LNG
  • Power & Emissions

AMCI Holding is involved in trading of carbon emission units. These activities are part of the Kyoto Protocol and the European Union Emissions Trading System.


AMCI Holding trades in Metals and Bulk Materials through off-takes, purchases and marketing arrangements with producers worldwide.

  • Industrial metals
  • Thermal coal
  • Coking Coal
  • Iron ore


The European Union regulation known as REACH – Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals – places responsibility on industry to demonstrate the safety of its products throughout the supply chain.

The European Union (EU) regulation known as REACH—Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (EC No. 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006)—places responsibility on industry to demonstrate the safety of its products throughout the supply chain. This is the EU’s regulatory framework for the management of Chemicals. The European Chemicals Agency has day to day oversight and management of the REACH requirements.

The primary purpose is to provide a high level of protection to human health and the environment through a single EU regulatory system.

Components include:

  • Registration: Under REACH, manufacturers and importers of chemicals in volumes of one ton or more per year have to register them at European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) in Helsinki, submitting a large dossier with information on, for example, hazardous properties, animal testing results, uses and safe ways of handling them. Following registration, evaluation takes place through a consultation process involving the member states and, depending on the outcome, restrictions on the use of the substance may be formulated. For certain substances, a ban from the market may result unless an authorisation for certain uses has been granted.
  • Providing Material Safety Data Sheets (SDS): Manufacturers, importers and distributors are obliged to provide a SDS to the recipient of the substance or product. The REACH regulation specifies into detail how this should be done.

Information on REACH

For additional information on the implications of REACH implementation, customers are encouraged to obtain general information on REACH at the following links: