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Methane Reduction Technologies

Methane emissions have more than 20 times the impact on the environment than carbon dioxide. In this case, we mean impact in a bad way.

Our software and hardware solutions will help you understand your methane emissions, and then actually reduce them in a profitable way.


Our Methane Abatement Project Platform (MAPP) software helps upstream oil and gas facilities inventory their methane emissions and work to reduce them in the most economical way possible.

Many companies don’t have the information they need to measure methane emissions, identify opportunities to reduce them, and then take action to retrofit or replace equipment. Radicle’s proprietary software suite is used to reduce emissions quickly and at scale.

This technology is already being used by dozens of companies at thousands of upstream facilities to inventory equipment and develop Methane Reduction Retrofit Compliance Plans (MRRCP).

Our MAPP Inventory tool is free for qualified oil and gas producers and field service companies in Canada.

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Now that you know where your emissions come from, let’s cut themm.

We can equip you with a plan to replace conventional pneumatic pumps and high-bleed devices with solar power chemical injection pumps, low-bleed devices, and instrument-air packages. We even help you execute while minimizing interruptions to production. We ensure the financial feasibility of these environmental upgrades by using emissions offsets to help pay down the lease of the equipment.

It’s no joke – our work in pneumatic device retrofits has led to the reduction of over 500,000 t/CO2e annually. Our low-cost solution to becoming compliant with regulations (Directive 60 and TIER) won us the New Clean Technology award at the Global Petroleum Awards in 2019.

Determine your eligibility to generate Alberta pneumatic offsets using our Carbon Credit Eligibility Check. Not that we want to rush you, but installing before December 31, 2021, will generate carbon credits until 2030 for certain eligible projects. Now that’s something to capitalize on.