Our Mission

To leverage broad gases detection platform & AI digitalization for emissions detection & reduction

Detect to Eliminate

Emission Detection & Monitoring

NESR Emission Detection Impact involves monitoring of both surface and subsurface greenhouse gas and carbon emissions. This helps in addressing broader environmental, social, and governance (ESG) concerns, and supports the generation of carbon offsets (CO2e).


  • NESR-Qube Continuous Monitoring Platform

    detect, measure, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions

  • Deep Imaging – CCUS Monitoring

    technologies aimed at capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions


NESR-Qube Continuous Monitoring Platform

By combining advanced metal oxide sensor technology and artificial intelligence/cloud computing, continuous monitoring for emissions reduction provides a simple, web-based interface that delivers emissions and leak detection. The goal is to detect, measure, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


  • - Lowest cost of Continuous Monitoring (CM) technologies: The solution offers the highest sample rate, resolution, and minimum detection level (MDL) compared to the sensor cost.
  • - Detect every gas: The system enables pinpoint leak detection and quantification of CH4, as well as the measurement of CO2, CO, H2S, NO2, SO2, VOC, and PM.
  • - Most powerful, cloud-agnostic AI dashboard: The platform provides full visualization of monitored assets, user-defined alarms, automated reporting, and is supported by a cloud-agnostic artificial intelligence (AI) stack.
  • - Regulatory compliance: Qube is one of the few MiQ-approved technologies for CH4 detection, ensuring that the platform remains at the forefront of industry regulation.


Deep Imaging - CCUS Monitoring

NESR CCUS monitoring services encompass a range of technologies aimed at capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and either utilizing or safely storing them underground. The services also include measures to minimize the risk of contamination, such as monitoring fault activation and induced seismicity during CO2 injection. Additionally, the services facilitate a better understanding of multi-phase CO2 dispersion in the reservoir, including the CO2 plume and the boundary between CO2 and oil.

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offers Life-of-Project Microseismic Monitoring services that utilize Deep Imaging technology to design, manufacture, install, and operate comprehensive microseismic monitoring systems for CCUS projects.

The ISM service (Induced Seismicity Monitoring)

employs a Sensor Array and Monitoring Stations that are tailored to meet specific monitoring objectives. The number of stations in each array is determined through modeling to ensure optimal monitoring capabilities.

The EFI (Electromagnetic Fluid Imaging) service

utilizes a Sensor Array and Fluid Injection to provide real-time visualization of fluid injection at a specific site. The surface array is located above the injection site to enable accurate monitoring of the injection process.