Masada Signs Contract with Canadian Firm for Clean Fuels Project in South Africa
By: Donald V. Watkins
Copyrighted and Published on August 29, 2023
On October 12, 2022, I published an article titled, “Masada: The Demand for Clean Fuel Conquers All.” A lot of positive things have happened in the global marketplace since this article was published.
Since 1998, I have owned a company named Watkins-Pencor, LLC. It is the designated “Manager” of the Masada Resource Group, LLC, family of companies. Masada is an international waste-to-fuel technology company.
Between 2007 and 2017, Masada established 19 international partnerships to facilitate the commercial deployment of waste-to-fuel market opportunities in over 40 locations around the world.
Watkins-Pencor also holds an ownership interest in various Masada affiliates worldwide.
On August 22, 2023, Masada executed a Project Management Services Agreement with TWD Technologies Ltd., headquartered in Burlington, Ontario (Canada), to provide end-to-end project management services for its planned $300 million USD waste-to-energy project in the Durbin/Mandini area of South Africa.
TWD is an engineering, procurement, and construction management consulting company that provides project development, execution, and specialty engineering services to the Energy and Infrastructure sectors.
With soaring fuel costs, Masada offers common sense solutions to the production of clean-burning fuels at affordable prices per gallon or liter.
Additionally, Masada’s 2007 “Sponsored Research Agreement” with Auburn University broadened the company’s portfolio of energy creating solutions and gave us a sustained competitive advantage, worldwide.
Masada and Watkins-Pencor enjoyed a reputation for excellence in the field of clean energy and international business. In 2015, Masada was the recipient of the Alabama Governor’s Trade Excellence Award. The company's achievements in business and accomplishments in the clean energy sector have been recognized by global biofuels organizations and trade publications.
Masada is moving forward with projects that produce clean burning fuels around the world. The demand for commercial-scale clean fuel production technologies is surging in a host of developed countries.
The timing is right for Masada's smart, clean energy solutions in signatory countries to the 2016 Paris Agreement. South Africa is one of these progressive countries.