The world’s first
Methane is the second biggest driver of climate change, but there can be no effective action without proper data. Kayrros Methane Watch is the world’s first monitoring system able to detect and quantify methane sources around the globe in near realtime. Methane Watch relies on satellite imagery and artificial intelligence to cover over 90% of emissions and integrates bottom-up measurements from airborne and ground sensors to attribute leaks to the right facilities. Whether you are an oil and gas producer, a financial institution or a regulator, Methane Watch is an essential tool to decarbonize the energy supply chain and to manage a type of climate risk that was largely ignored until now
Methane Watch is used by the International Energy Agency and other leading organisations
Look beyond self-disclosed emissions estimates and rely on actual measurements instead
Monitoring satellites provide global coverage of onshore areas and capture the majority of total emissions
Kayrros Methane Watch relies on the Copernicus network of satellites operated by the European Space Agency as well as other sources of multi and hyperspectral imagery. Proprietary algorithms detect abnormal concentrations of methane and model their behavior under local weather conditions in order to quantify flow rates in kg per hour. Volumes can be aggregated in monthly reports and attributed to specific facilities with the use of high-resolution satellites. This top-down view from space can be complemented with ground-level measurements in order to provide a complete solution to monitor and mitigate emissions.
Implement more ambitious climate policies and monitor the compliance of market participants without the need for self-reported data.