Staying on the cutting edge of the energy economy

To protect the places that feel like home

Our mission

A pioneer in the industry, a leader today

Montauk has been engaged in commercial-scale development of renewable energy facilities for over 30 years. Getty Synthetic Fuels, the forerunner to one of our existing subsidiaries, built a groundbreaking high Btu landfill gas to energy plant at the CID landfill in Chicago, Illinois in 1980. Our longest tenured employee began working at that facility in 1983. Getty Synthetic Fuels eventually became GSF Energy. Over the years, GSF Energy built some of the largest landfill gas to energy plants in the nation. Montauk acquired GSF Energy in the 1990s and still operates two of those large facilities. Our unwavering commitment to renewable energy began at the inception of the industry and remains today. 100% of our energy portfolio is still derived from renewable energy sources.


Our experience, our expertise

Your future

  • Renewable natural gas
  • Electric power generation
  • Collection systems
  • Environmental attributes
  • Alternative fuel
  • Boiler fuel gas
  • Carbon capture

“We remove harmful greenhouse gases from the environment by developing, owning, and operating large scale landfill gas to energy facilities.”

— James Wallace, Vice President & General Counsel

To maintain the places memories are made


Our commitment is shaping the industry.

Staying on the cutting edge of the energy economy

Montauk is a fully integrated renewable energy company specializing in the management, recovery and conversion of landfill methane into renewable energy. Montauk has over 30 years of experience in the development, operation and management of landfill methane fueled renewable energy projects.

Montauk is a leader in renewable energy development from landfill methane. We specialize in developing projects with mutually beneficial contracts for all involved parties. Our portfolio is diversified and positioned to withstand market fluctuations, as well as to capture emerging trends and future demand.