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Real-time decision-making requires precision and trustworthy data . We’re building the live commodity data ecosystem enabling you to take informed decisions faster, helping you analyze and understand the market to better serve your business.
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We translate more than 500 sources using a combination of various artificial intelligence methods to deliver you insights, validated in an unbiased manner by a team of seasoned market analyst.
Gain a deeper understanding of global trades and predict the global market trends before anyone else. Access more than 2M+ trades over more than 8 years of history. Track more than 1.1k+ trades/day all in real time. Anticipate your competition behaviour and decide swiftly using the following workflows:
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Just the most comprehensive inventories data and analytics solution in the market. Allowing you to evaluate worldwide inventories over 80+ countries, tracking. 7.5Bn+ barrels stored onshore and offshore. All integrated into a single, easy to use platform, including the following features:
At the core of any fundamental market analysis lies supply and demand of the asset. Higher demand with the same supply results in higher prices and vice-versa. Asset or fleet utilization is one way to measure the supply and demand balance and in turn the market price. It is a measure of the actual use of an asset divided by the number of assets available to use
Overnight on Tuesday, the container Ship Ever Given ran aground in a southern part of the Suez Canal, a rare event in the history of the waterway. The potential for a rapid build-up of liquid and gas tankers in the region is marked with multiple laden vessels now indicating delays for Suez transit. As of Wednesday morning there were seven vessels carrying crude, 15 carrying refined products, five LNG vessels and two LPG carriers either sat waiting or approaching the canal. While attempts to clear the ship from the canal continue, this queue will continue to build. A salvage squad from the Netherlands will attempt to dislodge the ship beginning Thursday.
Accurately tracking flows of cargoes in commodity markets has been a challenge for a long time. Kpler has been a pioneer in developing the technology to accurately track commodity market flows. However, some countries are using a variety of techniques to disguise some cargo movements such as switching AIS signals or Ship to Ship transfers. Kpler team of analysts are able to identify these bringing light to the hidden moves of the market.