Rainmaker is proud to have roots in the energy capital of Canada; Calgary, Alberta. Alberta is a powerhouse for energy with the third largest reserves of crude oil in the world and the largest deposits of oil sands in the world. The city is home to major Canadian and global energy companies including Suncor Energy, Imperial Oil, Husky Energy, and Enbridge to name a few. Alberta’s energy sector is a key driver of economic success in Canada. Innovation and research are increasingly found within the growth of Calgary’s Sustainable and Renewable energy sector. Calgary has become increasingly interested in innovative solutions and new ideas within energy. The city continues to be a lucrative place to conduct business in Canada where industry relationships are the key to success.
The addition of this key market to the Rainmaker global network is a reflection of the growing market activity expected in this country in the coming years. Building on the recent constitutional changes in Mexico, Rainmaker is working with its clients to navigate the opportunities in this important market for energy and infrastructure service and supply companies. The focus of this strategic office located in the World Trade Center is twofold. First, it connects our clients to the advanced Mexican supply base to build products for the oil and gas industry, worldwide. Second, this office has been instrumental in assisting oil & gas, energy and mining related companies to develop their businesses and increase their profile throughout the region.
Austria is one of the most prominent hydroelectric producers in Europe. The region is also one of the world’s leaders in innovative renewable energy technology. In addition to hydroelectric energy, Austria is also developing their wind, biomass, and solar power industries. Renewable energy in Austria accounts for 62.89 percent of total consumption(2015), with the remaining energy being sourced through oil and gas power plants. Rainmaker’s Vienna office provides ample opportunity to create a sustainable use of natural resources and further innovate the renewable energy industry in Europe and the rest of the world.
Through the Dubai office, Rainmaker connects to the energy industry in the Middle East. Dubai operates as the business centre of the Middle East and a leader of alternative energy. While the United Arab Emirates is a major oil producing country, the UAE is also largely invested in solar power. Additionally, Dubai’s focus on clean energy has led to a continual increase in renewable energy targets. Rainmaker’s Dubai office is witness to the leading innovation and diversification of the energy industry in the UAE.
Rainmaker’s Bogota office provides an impressive network of industry influencers for our clients looking to expand into South America. The Colombian city is the economic driver for the country's vast natural resources. With continual investment into LNG plants, Bogota continues to develop its natural gas reserves. The city seeks to possess the greatest methods, services, and products from around the globe to create efficiencies in the energy generation cycle.
Aberdeen is considered the energy capital of Europe and a world centre for undersea petroleum technology. The Aberdeen office brings together Rainmaker’s UK network and Aberdeen's roots in energy to create new market success for clients. The city is a source of opportunity for innovation in oil production. As Aberdeen diversifies its focus within energy, Rainmaker continues to further its network of decision makers in every aspect of the United Kingdom’s energy marketplace.
Rainmaker’s New York office sits at the epicentre of the world’s largest capital markets. The office acts a financial link to the energy industry with approximately one third of companies traded on the NYSE being energy related. Through our New York presence, Rainmaker has an active knowledge of current innovation and up-and-coming energy companies. Our New York experts assist in creating long-term success for our clients in United States capital markets.
Houston is known as the world capital of the oil and gas industry and a global leader in oilfield equipment construction. Houston’s energy industry is adapting with environmental demands and invites innovation and new solutions in oil field development and natural gas production. The city carries substantial opportunity to create energy solutions that maximize overall safety and minimize environmental impact. Houston has been a leader in the energy industry since the early 1900’s and with over 5000 energy firms in the region, Houston will continue to adapt to the ever changing industry and continue to thrive as a global energy hub.
Toronto is a world leader in environmental innovation. Close to 2000 companies in the Toronto area focus on alternative energy and cleantech products. Additionally, Ontario is a manufacturing hub that links Canada to opportunities in Marcellus, Pennsylvania. Marcellus is home to the largest natural gas reserve in North America. This area presents opportunity for joint ventures with Ontario manufacturing companies looking to supply to the region. Through the area's high production levels and receptivity to technology, Marcellus invites innovative resource development solutions from around the globe.