Introducing Forest Carbon Monitor
Improve your trading strategies with an accurate and consistent estimation of fuel demand in the US and in the EU
WHAT IS ON-ROAD DEMAND FOR TRADERS?
Kayrros On-Road Demand aggregates anonymized geolocation signals to compute daily and weekly driving mileage, as well as normalized and calibrated fuel consumption estimates in the US and in the EU. Use identified trends to improve supply and demand balances to develop refined product trading strategies.
WHY IS OUR ON-ROAD DEMAND UNIQUE?
The monthly consumption index hits an accuracy level of over 95%.
The On-Road Demand product dataset starts in 2018, offering more than 5 years of historical data.
OUR ON-ROAD DEMAND FEATURES
Geographical and Type of Fuel Breakdown
Kayrros data on US On-Road Demand are available at multiple levels of granularity from state to PADD to country.
Kayrros On-Road Demand data is updated every day, with a 3-days lag in the US and a 10-days lag in the EU, to give you access to the latest trends on product demand.
Gasoline and Diesel split
Separate datasets are provided for gasoline (non-commercial) and diesel (commercial) consumption in the US.
OUR ON-ROAD DEMAND PRODUCTS
Kayrros provides dashboards with consumption and mileage metrics for the US and the EU.
Kayrros provides access to
its data via REST or Python
Kayrros sends weekly
reports and analysis
on fuel consumption.
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