We provide continuous images of methane emissions from a safe operating distance at well sites, facilities, compressor stations, tank batteries, and sites with flares where emissions are known to be sporadic, intermittent and problematic.LEARN MORE
Our colorized images allow you to quickly and visually identify leaks so they can be repaired, helping meet ESG and methane intensity goals while optimizing operational processes.LEARN MORE
Our cost-scalable solution consists of our patented non-thermal infrared camera and cloud monitoring, no false alarm services that are scalable across extensive assets.LEARN MORE
We believe continuous monitoring must be visual to be actionable because you can’t fix what you can’t see.
Our cameras create a colorized gas plume image of otherwise invisible emissions that show the precise emission leak source. Each event is time-stamped so you can correlate emissions data with SCADA data, exposing the underlying process conditions that caused the leak.
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The upstream and midstream segment of oil and gas is diligently working to regain credibility as a source of clean energy. The energy transition is about transitioning to clean fossil fuels not transitioning away from fossil fuels. With emphasis on super emitter mitigation such as tanks, compressors and flares, with the addition of surveillance and improved AI, this integrated offer facilitates most of the needs of today's progressive operators. You have to see it to solve it.READ MORE
Carlos Santamaria, our VP of Product Management and Monica Sippola, our Director of Business Development recently sat down with the Daily Oil Bulletin to discuss how Kuva Systems can enable upstream and midstream oil and gas companies to improve their operations and meet ESG and methane intensity goals with our cost-effective optical methane monitoring solution. “Tanks and unlit or underperforming flares have shown to be the majority of oil and gas methane emissions and our technology is particularly well suited to monitor those super-emitters,” Sippola says. Kuva’s vice-president of product management, Carlos Santamaria, says until now the conversation on tackling methane leaks has been dominated by voluntary emission reduction to address ESG factors. But going forward he believes the demand for Kuva’s monitoring system will be driven by governments across North America adopting more stringent requirements to eliminate methane emissions. Read the full story at the link below.READ MORE
Kuva is excited to be a Silver Sponsor of this year's CH4 Connections Conference to be held November 17-19th. This conference has gained the reputation as the preeminent conference on methane detection and mitigation in the US. Catch the Kuva pitch during the Showcase on November 18!VISIT WEBSITE