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Data & Tech
March 1, 2021

Spotting dark vessels from Iran and Venezuela - Ship-to-ship transfers and missing AIS signals.

Emmanuel Belostrino
Oil Market Data Manager

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.

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Data & Tech
February 1, 2021

Minimising the impact of elevated congestion in Commodity markets, Panama Canal case study

Rebecca Chia
LNG Market Data Analyst

Congestion events can impact supply and demand and become a major issue for all market players. Being able to identify them on time can provide an edge in the trading process.

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Product Updates
December 9, 2020

Integrating commodity data into your workflows with Kpler data platforms Webinar

Gaspard Duguet
Product Manager

In this webinar Clark Chahine, our head of product and Gaspard Duguet our product manager are presenting the different use cases of how to integrate Kpler data into your workflows by using the Terminal/Web app, the Excel add in and the API/SDK.

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Data & Tech
August 10, 2020

Leveraging Kpler's data: Morgan's Point Activity as a case-study

Ilya Niklyaev
Gas Market Data Manager

Here's an example on how to leverage Kpler's data. In the case-study below, the olefins desk analysts show how to use our data to examine the progress of Morgan's Point terminal.

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