GHGSat’s patented technology monitors emissions more accurately, at a fraction of the cost of comparable alternatives – anywhere in the world, within days.
Come visit booth #951 at the AGU Fall Meeting to learn more about GHGSat’s unique, high-resolution satellite platform and what we offer to industrial operators.


GHGSat - D

GHGSat-D "Claire"

Launch Date: June 2016

Field of View: 12km by 12km

Spatial Resolution: <50 meters

GHGSat Aircraft Sensor

Aircraft Sensor

Release: Summer 2019

Flight Line Swath Width : Up to 750m

Ground Sampling Distance : <1 meter


Launch Date: Spring/Summer 2019

Field of View: 12km by 12km

Spatial Resolution: <50 meters


Launch Date: 2020

Field of View: 12km by 12km

Spatial Resolution: <50 meters


Why a satellite: Consistency

Consistency & transparency: Same method used for all sites, everywhere, for anyone

Ease of deployment: Can measure any site in the world within a few days of request, as many times as needed, with no deployment cost

Economies of scale: Each satellite can measure any site in the world, every two weeks

Why a satellite: Performance

Performance: Can detect and quantify ~50% of methane emissions by volume in the US


Better data means better control, and ultimately reduction of GHG emissions.

GHGSat’s vision is to become the global reference for remote sensing of greenhouse gas (GHG) and air quality gas emissions from industrial sites, using satellite technology.

GHGSat’s novel technology enables GHG and air quality gas measurement with better accuracy at a fraction of the cost of comparable alternatives. Owners of industrial facilities can monitor all their facilities, local or remote, anywhere in the world, with a common technology. Significantly improved emissions information enables industrial operators to better measure, control, and ultimately reduce emissions of GHGs and air quality gases.

You can consider them to be complementary systems. MethaneSAT will tell all the operators in a region what their aggregate emissions are, while GHGSat provides individual operators with direct measurements of emissions from their facilities. Further, GHGSat is developing AI to predict facility-level risks of methane emissions, using all available data, including MethaneSAT.


Monitoring of targeted sites
Emission rate estimation
Augmented analysis of emissions
Mosaics of commercial satellite imagery products
Trending analysis