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Developing an oil field in Colombia​​​​​​​

Joshi Technologies Inc., a small business based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, used OPIC financing to extend the life of an oil field in Colombia. By using its innovative drilling technology, Joshi was able to produce 4,000 barrels of oil per day from a field that had been considered past its prime. Read more





Supporting Iraq’s reconstruction

Ellicott Dredges, LLC of Baltimore used OPIC political risk insurance to support the sale of its American-made dredging equipment in multiple countries, including Iraq, where it was used to de-silt hydroelectric dams and improve energy generation., rejuvenate irrigation systems and improve navigation on the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. Read more




Improving cargo transport in India, the Philippines

QuantumID Technologies, Inc. is a Cambridge, Massachusetts small business that used OPIC financing to introduce its cloud-based cargo tracking technology in India and the Philippines, helping make air cargo transport more efficient. Read more


Establishing a supply chain for wool in Afghanistan

American Wool & Cashmere, Inc. is a Beltsville, Maryland small business that used OPIC financing to establish a delivery infrastructure so that wool produced by small herders in Western Afghanistan could reach major export markets. By establishing a reliable supply chain, the company has helped ensure that the region’s herders earn a steady income, which has helped create employment for more than 1,500 people. Read more



Introducing clean cookstoves around the world

Envirofit International, a Fort Collins, Colorado-based startup, which was formed as a spinoff from Colorado State University’s Engines and Energy Conservation Lab, developed cookstoves to cook faster and reduce fuel use and toxic emissions. Envirofit used OPIC financing to introduce the stoves in emerging markets around the world, where indoor air pollution resulting from cooking on open fires is a major health hazard. Read more