Montauk Holdings Limited (JSE:MNK)
Montauk Holdings Limited (JSE:MNK) develops, owns and operates large-scale renewable energy projects utilising biogas in the United States of America. Montauk is a fully-integrated renewable energy company specializing in the management, recovery, and conversion of biogas into renewable energy. Montauk is a leader in renewable energy development from biogas with over 30 years experience in the development, operation, and management of biogas-fueled renewable energy projects.
Montauk's portfolio is diversified and positioned to withstand market fluctuations, as well as to capture emerging trends and future demand.
The group has had the unique opportunity to develop and operate every category of landfill gas beneficial use including pipeline quality gas, power generation, and boiler fuel. Its operations have also been used for carbon capture, carbon sequestration, and as a source for alternative vehicle fuels. In addition to mastering beneficial uses of landfill gas, Montauk has also operated almost every commercially viable piece of processing equipment available. Its robust experience allows it to stay at the forefront of the industry.
As demand for renewable sources of energy grows, Montauk will continue to expand operations. Montauk is fortunate to be able to consider and support a wide variety of renewable energy projects.
Montauk has been engaged in commercial-scale development of renewable energy facilities for over 30 years. Getty Synthetic Fuels, the forerunner to one of its existing subsidiaries, built a groundbreaking high Btu landfill gas to energy plant at the CID landfill in Chicago, Illinois in 1980. Getty Synthetic Fuels eventually became GSF Energy. Over the years, GSF Energy built some of the largest landfill gas to energy plants in the USA. Montauk acquired GSF Energy in the 1990s and still operates two of those large facilities. The group's unwavering commitment to renewable energy began at the inception of the industry and remains today. 100% of the portfolio is still derived from renewable energy sources.