FORTUNE -- American Infrastructure MLP Fund has closed its second investment fund with $800 million in capital commitments, Fortune has learned. The Foster City, Calif.-based firm originally targeted $750 million, and now manages over $1.5 billion in total capital (including co-investment opportunities afforded LPs).
The Foster City, Calif.-based firm was founded in 2006 by Bob Hellman, who previously was with McCown De Leeuw & Co. It invests via master limited partnerships, which means that its portfolio companies must have real estate or natural resource-related income streams. Typical targets generate between $7 million and $30 million in EBITDA.
Current investments include Nordic Cold Storage, Denbeste Water Solutions and PetroPoint Energy Solutions.
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