VIP Investment ethos * ECOSYSTEM ECONOMICS
Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose.
We are told that the pace of change is accelerating.
Technologically, we are capable of making science fiction reality, yet more is possible. Societally, we have adapted to new mores, yet attitudes persist. Economically, we are more connected, yet access to capital remains limited. Within these essential contradictions, the basis of investment remains the same: buy low, sell high and do good in between.
VIVA Investment Partners understand that the changes which affect all our lives require stewardship in order that they are able to achieve their full potential. Using techniques developed through years of investment experience, we identify the new, prepare it for launch and integrate it into the wider ecosystem.
We do things differently so that we can achieve the same result: the successful development of emerging technology whose applications to our changing world will benefit all concerned.
The Ecosystems: Direct investments
We believe that the key to investment success lies in the application of new technology and systems to the abiding challenges facing society presented in Ecosystems, showcased here & on our EntrepreneurCountry Global© platform.
Companies in Focus
data as an asset
AUTONOMOUS DATA COLLECTION
DRIVE Software Solutions
luxury & wellbeing
In March of 2016, Proton Technologies Canada was created to commercialize clean, low-cost hydrogen production from oilfields. Patents, simulations, lab, and field demonstrations soon followed.
Coined ‘Clear H2’, the companies patented process and separation technology involves a carbon-free, low-cost opportunity for extracting hydrogen using previously expensed infrastructure. In Canada, existing energy infrastructure such as old oilfields, wells, roads, powerlines, exist in abundance. While these investments have been centered around a carbon-intensive system, Proton can repurpose them to align with clean energy goals.
For example, most oil and gas fields produce well below 50% of the oil or gas in the ground. When oilfields are abandoned, they still contain huge amounts of hydrocarbons that have not been extracted due to commercial or technical constraints. The Proton process includes injecting oxygen into a wellbore, triggering downhole reactions within the hydrocarbon reservoir, and filtering the extraction of the downhole gases.