Detection, Localization, and Quantification of Methane Gas in the Energy Industry


Uali, the startup headquartered in Argentina, Spain, and the United Kingdom, is the sole provider of methane (CH4) quantification services in the Argentine Republic, utilizing drone technology and backed by their partner, SeekOps®.

Detection, Localization, and Quantification of Methane Gas in the Energy Industry

The detection, localization, and quantification of CH4 are crucial for companies to accelerate their energy transition and significantly reduce their carbon footprint in production, as this gas is nearly 80 times more harmful than CO2.

Within Uali's service portfolio, the operational and services team's capabilities stand out, enabling the detection and subsequent quantification of these emissions to provide reports, reducing competition times by a factor of 10. It is noteworthy that Uali's strategic team planning allows our clients to obtain multiple services from a single mission, streamlining processes and cutting costs.

It is worth mentioning some of the benefits our clients gain from this high-precision service in detecting, locating, and quantifying fugitive emissions:

  • Time optimization
  • Production efficiency
  • Reduction in human risk
  • Increased profits
  • Faster information processing through the comprehensive Uali platform.


Currently, the methane quantification service has scaled and is making a strong presence in the European market, with Spain and England being the markets where operations will consolidate to continue impacting the energy transition of chosen clients, including Repsol, Total, Shell, and PAE.

At Uali, we accompany the energy evolution by combining robotics, IoT, and AI with the aim of providing valuable and timely information that favors decision-making in asset management, saving time, costs, and having a very positive impact on the environment. Get to know us!

Amelia Bálsamo


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