Montauk Holdings: Sean Fitzgerald McClain

Sean McClain has been the Chief Financial Officer of Montauk Holdings since 31 August 2014.

Sean McClain was appointed the Chief Financial Officer of Montauk Holdings in August 2014. He has more than 15 years of business and financial management experience including public and private equity placements, debt structuring, acquisitions, financial reporting, compliance and accounting. Prior to joining Montauk Energy, he held various positions with BPL Global Limited, Bayer A.G., Dick’s Sporting Goods Incorporated and Arthur Andersen LLP. He has an MBA from RMU.

Work
2016 – Present     Chief Information Officer, Montauk Holdings Ltd
2014 – Present     Chief Financial Officer, Montauk Holdings Ltd

Education
2006                        MBA, Finance, RMU
1996                        B.S., Accounting, Saint Vincent College
1995                        B.S., Economics, Saint Vincent College 
1988 – 1992          Matric, Williamsport Area High School.

About Montauk Holdings Ltd: Montauk Holdings develops, owns and operates large scale renewable energy projects utilising landfill methane in the USA. The Group has over 20 years experience in permitting, design, construction and operation of energy facilities utilising LFG and is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Group offers turnkey services in the development, operation and management of LFG fuelled renewable energy projects through the provision of a comprehensive service spanning operations, regulatory compliance, engineering, construction and back-office functions. Field operations are staffed internally and are supported by corporate operations and engineering staff. Montauk Holdings differentiates itself from competitors through its extensive experience across all categories of commercialised beneficial use for processed LFG including pipeline quality natural gas, power generation, boiler fuel gas, carbon reduction, and alternative vehicle fuel production.

Montauk Holdings Ltd reported a revenue of $89.133 million in 2017.