We are the Oil & Gas industry’s only Hybrid Accelerator with its own Venture fund. We seek high value-add technologies, managed by driven entrepreneurs, who will leverage Eunike’s infrastructure to achieve success.
Eunike’s Hybrid Accelerator is backed by several large oil & gas companies including Anadarko, Hess, and Equinor. Not only does this give Eunike and its portfolio companies access to expertise within these companies, but also guarantees that at least one of these companies becomes a pilot site for our companies.
Realizing the entrepreneurial spirit
Industry backed Technology Accelerator for Rapid Deployment
Collaborative Corporate Agenda for Technology Deployment
Run by Oil & Gas Industry Professionals
Field Trial Focused with Selective Screening Criteria
Hybrid Accelerator works closely with portfolio companies through commercialization
Backed by 3 major (expanding to 5) O&G producers – bedrock for field trials
Core team with >200 years of combined relevant experience
EUNIKE's Hybrid accelerator provides selected start-ups with a venue to connect with alliance operators Anadarko, Equinor and Hess, and to potentially field test their new technologies. EUNIKE will provide hands-on support, working with the start-ups through the process, sharing its experience and connecting them with an extensive network of subject matter experts, advisors and investors.
“It’s critical to work with experts who have operational experience in integrating oil and gas products and services,” said Amy Henry, CEO, EUNIKE Ventures. “We can help facilitate technology trials that are done right with process safety in mind and minimal disruption to ongoing operations.”
EUNIKE Ventures also provides venture companies access to seed money at appropriate stages of the start-up’s efforts. After pilot success, additional capital may be provided during the commercialization phase. This funding effort will be led by seasoned venture capitalists under the guidance of an advisory group that has energy experience and is not funded or governed by the alliance operators.