Creating the "breathing monitor" of our planet

We’re on a mission to pinpoint and track each of the millions of greenhouse gas emitting sites around the world, every day.


Yotam Ariel


Former naval squad leader specializing in sensors analytics, founded an energy startup with operations in 15 countries

Richard L. Lachance


Ph.D. in optics, deployed 6 satellites for clients including NASA, developed chemical detectors for NATO

Giancarlo Cesarello

VP of Strategy

Former senior geoscientist at Shell and Schlumberger, pioneered data products with thousands of users


Chris Hadfield

Space Operations

Former astronaut and commander of the International Space Station, received NASA Exceptional Service Medal

Lisa Bencivenga


25 years of leadership in the sector, supported clients including Boeing

Dr. William (Bill) Heaps


Atmospheric gases scientist, deployed a methane sensor in space, received NASA Goddard Exceptional Achievement Award


  • Speak up and halt operations immediately when noticing even the smallest safety hazard — Health, Safety, Security, and Environment (HSSE)
  • Find a third alternative, never compromise. Look together for a solution better than what “I” came up with, and, better than what “you“ came up with. — Creativity
  • Our planet = our responsibility. We make decisions of what we choose to do each day accordingly. — Ethics


We’re growing fast and ALWAYS welcome new talent. We value culture fit and attitude as much as we value experience. If you feel that working with Bluefield would be an expression of what you believe in, please contact us.

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If you can’t join full time, but want to collaborate or get involved, then get in touch. We collaborate with people from all walks of life.

A global challenge requires global collaboration. You’re officially invited!



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