Introducing Forest Carbon Monitor
Implement methane regulations efficiently and improve your GHG oversight and reporting with near-realtime methane super-emitter tracking
WHAT IS METHANE WATCH FOR REGULATORS?
Kayrros Methane Watch monitors methane super-emitters events from oil and gas operations with advanced algorithms and satellite imagery processing that determine emission sources and flowrates.
Ensure compliance with new emission standards to implement methane regulations more efficiently, deliver on the Global Methane Pledge, and leverage Kayrros data to update emission factors, improve the accuracy of the national inventory, and improve GHG reporting.
WHY IS OUR METHANE WATCH UNIQUE?
Methane Watch is the monitoring platform of choice for the world’s key regulators including IMEO and the US government.
Methane Watch leverages the best available satellites to ensure constant improvement in performance at minimum cost.
OUR METHANE WATCH FEATURES
Detects and quantifies methane super-emitters using up to three different satellites in near realtime with an average two-day lag
Monitors specific facilities and attributes events to specific operators using high resolution imagery
Total regional emissions
Access total regional emissions over oil & gas and coal basins worldwide
WHAT’S IN STORE?
Satellite images and contextual information accessible through the Kayrros platform
Kayrros provides access to its data via REST or Python APIs
Access to Kayrros data scientists for advanced analytics, including methane inventories
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Reduce your monitoring cost and limit exposure with near-realtime methane super-emitter tracking
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