Greenhouse gas monitor GHGSat boosted a Schlumberger-backed round to $45m while Toyota’s Woven Planet subsidiary is buying spatial intelligence software developer Carmera.
Funding GHGSat, the Canada-based developer of an orbital system for greenhouse gas monitoring, closed a $45m series B round yesterday with backing from Investissement Québec, OGCI Climate Investments and Space Capital. The first two had joined oilfield services provider Schlumberger, Business Development Bank of Canada, Space Angels and Fonds de Solidarité des Travailleurs du Québec…
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