Successful energy & environment entrepreneur, international clients include multi-billion dollar firms. Racing yachts captain and champion.
Richard L. Lachance
Ph.D. in optics, former ABB remote sensing expert, inventor of 8 patents, clients include NASA JPL, NOAA, Japan’s space agency.
VP of Engineering
Space scientist, work includes designing & testing European Space Agency methane satellites (Copernicus Sentinel-5P TROPOMI; SCIAMACHY).
VP of Data Applications
Former senior remote sensing solutions at Shell, geoscientist at Schlumberger, CGG, ENI. Pioneered numerous satellites data products.
Board of Advisors & Strategic Partners
Emissions Assessment & Regulations
Ph.D. in resources management. Greenhouse gases expert, conducted assessments for federal policymakers and industry.
Bruno D.V. Marino
Environmental Financial Products
Ph.D., Harvard University, Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences, inventor of 5 patents, methane flux measurement expert, Chairman of Planetary Emissions Management Inc.
Methane Emissions Modeling
World renowned expert, received a postdoctoral NOAA fellowship – Center for Earth & Planetary Physics, Harvard University. Featured in Leonardo DiCaprio’s climate change documentary “Before the Flood” (along side interviewees Elon Musk, Ban Ki-moon, Obama).
Space Operations Advisor
Serial space entrepreneur with 30 years of industry experience, including NASA commercial partnerships, NanoRacks Co-founder.
Dr. William (Bill) Heaps
Remote Sensing Advisor
World renowned atmospheric gases scientist, 35 years experience at NASA. Designed an innovative and compact methane remote sensor which has been installed on the International Space Station.
Earth Observation Data Products
Ph.D. in remote sensing, scientist at the leading geosciences institute GFZ Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, developing methane data products for Germany’s EnMAP satellite.
Advisor on Legal Matters
Ph.D. in economics (Paris University), M.A. (Yale Law School), experienced at fast growing international startups, high level clients include World Bank and the European Commission.