Live Environmental Monitoring from Space
When impacts are vivid – like Deepwater Horizon – stock price movement can be swift and dramatic. Gaining transparency on less obvious material risks – before others – can open up new trading opportunities.
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First invisible methane plume detected from space: 2016 Sempra Energy Aliso Canyon Disaster. Far bigger global warming impact than Deepwater Horizon. Photo: NASA Earth Observatory (via infrared spectrometer)
Oil and gas industry is #1 emitter of methane, a potent – and invisible – greenhouse gas. Get risk signals – before others – that might anticipate shifts in market sentiment or litigation risk on publicly-listed energy companies.
Illustrative live detection of invisible methane plume at hypothetical Acme Petroleum wellhead by high-resolution GHGSat nano-satellite.
MethaneScan delivers transparency on super emitters via state-of-the-art satellite-based infrared spectrometers in near real time.
Photography provided by NASA Earth Observatory, Summit Entertainment and GHGSat