InterGen Breakfast Club presents SensorUp

SensorUp has taken on the challenge to help the energy sector reduce greenhouse gas emissions through its complete Emissions Management platform. With a geospatial IoT platform recognized by NATO, they offer a solution that incorporates the latest advancements in methane measurement technologies and reconciliation protocols.

Managing large volumes of data from various sources and oil and gas sites globally is tedious and challenging. As regulations and fees continue to rise, the demand for increased mitigation and accurate assessment has become more pressing than ever before. 

SensorUp's innovative platform addresses this with its ability to integrate multiple data points, providing oil and gas operators full emission control. Their software is compatible with a variety of sensors and is able to aggregate multi-sensor data leading to enhanced analysis and more accurate forecasting of future emissions. Through SensorUp GEMS (Gas Emission Management Solution),  methane emissions are actively monitored, meaning companies can quickly detect leaks and carry out immediate repairs. Their product is helping customers streamline processes, practice cost-effective field service management which also helps oil and gas operators avoid regulatory fines and retain valuable methane that can bolster revenue streams.

Not only does SensorUp's product add value for operational and ESG teams, but it also plays a pivotal role in steering the oil and gas industry towards a net-zero future. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from Steve Liang, CTO and Founder, as we learn more about this growing groundbreaking solution and its lasting impact for years to come.

This event will be hybrid. You have the option to attend virtually via Zoom or in-person at the Energy Transition Centre in Calgary. 

May 23, 2024 │ 9:00 AM MST

This is a hybrid event. You have the option to attend virtually via Zoom or in-person at the Energy Transition Centre in Calgary. 

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Steve Liang, CTO and Founder: Dr. Steve Liang is the founder and CTO of SensorUp and a professor at the University of Calgary. He is a global influencer on the Internet of Things and the author of several international sensor web standards for the United Nations' ITU-T and the Open Geospatial Consortium. His role at SensorUp is centered on product strategy, where he actively liaises between customers, standards groups, and internal engineering teams to deliver an industry-leading solution called SensorUp Gas Emissions Management Solutions.

About SensorUp:

sensorup-logo-2020-full-colour 1500SensorUp, founded in 2014, is a leading provider of enterprise software for methane emissions Measurement, Reporting, Verification, and Repair (MRVR). SensorUp Gas Emissions Management Solutions is a game-changing platform explicitly designed for methane management programs in the oil and gas industry.

Headquartered in Calgary, Canada, SensorUp has been instrumental in shaping the global sensor web, pioneering key international sensor web standards for the United Nations' ITU-T and Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC).  For more information, visit


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The Clean Resource Innovation Network (CRIN) is a non-profit, pan-Canadian network accelerating innovative technology development, deployment, commercialization, and adoption across Canada's oil & gas industry. CRIN's membership convenes the expertise of researchers, innovators, adopters, policy makers, and funders in technology areas representing industry's environmental and economic challenges for a more collaborative and globally competitive resource sector with improved environmental performance. Canadian solutions benefit Canada's energy innovation ecosystem and have a global impact on environmental stewardship.