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Colorado Fire & Police commits $20m to energy

by Reg Clodfelter

The $4.2 billion Fire and Police Pension Association of Colorado has committed $20 million to Scout Energy Partners’ third fund, confirms Scott Simon, CIO with the pension plan.

Scout Energy Partners focuses on acquiring and managing mid-sized upstream conventional oil and gas properties for institutional investors, specifically onshore U.S. assets, according to its website.

FPPA has invested in both of the fund’s predecessors, committing $20 million to Scout Energy Partners I and $30 million to Scout Energy Partners II.

The San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System committed $50 million to the fund in May.

The investment will be housed in FPPA’s real assets bucket, a suballocation of its illiquid alternatives bucket. There is no hard target allocation to real assets, though illiquid alternatives has a 25 percent target allocation, which it is currently at, according to Simon.

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