Qube Uses Artificial Intelligence to Identify and Reduce Methane Emissions

Reducing methane emissions at oil and gas facilities is vital to meeting net zero objectives. Based in Calgary, Alberta, Qube Technologies has developed an industrial device that collects large quantities of data and uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to better quantify, locate, and classify emissions directly at the source.

Qube’s environmental surveillance technology uses continuous monitoring to reduce emissions, improve efficiency, and lower costs, allowing operators the ability to mitigate the impact of leaks immediately. Powered by solar, the cost-effective technology is designed to scan, detect, and manage emissions all day long, every day of the year.

ERA invested $4 million in Qube Technologies through the Natural Gas Challenge, helping to advance the development of the homegrown technology that will eventually be exported to energy producers around the world.