Bluefield Methane Software UI

Effective monitoring

Bluefield provides independent, direct, and timely emissions data, making the invisible visible, and allowing clients to make the most informed decisions.

Our BFX-2 advanced emission detection algorithm continuously analyzes satellite data around the world, offering actionable insights. Contact us to subscribe to our data platform and receive alerts.

We're working to deploy our own satellite-based proprietary remote sensors, which will provide emissions data with unprecedented precision. This system will detect and quantify each of the millions of emitting sites around the world, every day.


Instant global coverage
Free of field logistics


100x cheaper vs. alternatives
Up to daily monitoring


Detect over 90% of emissions
Pinpoint emitting source


Actionable & clear reports
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Proven technique

Bluefield’s own upcoming satellites use a proprietary design of a miniaturized optical technique that's been proven effective in 12 NASA space missions. Our sensor detects the spectral signature of methane in sunlight that is reflected off the ground. Machine vision algorithms then enhance the optically rich data our sensor captures, providing pinpoint accuracy.

Bluefield's microsat (Bluebird)

The “Breathing monitor” of our planet

Mapping and tracking every critical emitting source on our planet is crucial for reducing emissions. Knowing what is emitting, when, and how much, can make a massive impact towards addressing the biggest challenge of our generation.


August 21, 2020

Bloomberg: EPA Launches Investigation Into Massive Florida Methane Leak

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency launched an investigation into the Florida methane release (first detected by Bluefield's BFX-2 algorithm)
July 31, 2020

Bloomberg: Florida Offers Pipeline Clue in Mystery of Giant Methane Leak

The state’s Department of Environmental Protection said Friday that methane was “vented” during the intentional emergency shutdown of a natural gas compression facility on May 2.
July 29, 2020

Bloomberg: No One Is Owning Up to Releasing Cloud of Methane in Florida

Bluefield Technologies estimates about 300 tons of the greenhouse gas were released north of Gainesville in early May