Opal Fuels Inc., a leading renewable natural gas (RNG) producer and distributor, has clinched a 50/50 joint venture (JV) with South Jersey Industries (SJI) to develop, construct and operate facilities, with the first one using landfill waste from the Atlantic County Utilities Authority in Egg Harbor Township, NJ. 


The Atlantic RNG facility is expected to produce more than 603,000 MMBtu/year of RNG, which is equivalent to about 4.8 million gasoline gallons. Additionally, the facility would have an estimated nameplate capacity of 3.6 MMscf per day of landfill gas, according to OPAL.

The JV “furthers Opal Fuels’ growth strategy as we look forward to leveraging our operational expertise to work with landfills to maximize the value of their resource,” as well as their...