Nature Energy could invest heavily in the US

The Danish energy and gas company Nature Energy expects considerable growth to follow its investments in biogas facilities in Europe and the US. The company's international ambitions may take priority over its large domestic investments.

In four months, Danish Nature Energy will have completed construction of what CEO Ole Hvelplund calls "one the largest biogas facilities in the world" in Denmark. Meanwhile, the company has already busied itself preparing a strategy for a big, international expansion. 

After 40 years with municipal ownership, Nature Energy announced in December that it now controlled by Pioneer Point Partners, a London-based private equity firm, specialized in growth-driven buyouts relating to energy, environment and water sectors.

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