LNG Liquefaction Plant Monitor
Real time satellite monitoring of outages and restarts, train by train, at LNG liquefaction plants around the world
When timing is of the greatest importance and being first to know about an unexpected outage is the difference between optimising your position or being at the mercy of the market.
LNG liquefaction plant outages and restarts are reported in many ways, by company reports and news agencies to people on the ground. But there is only one way to know first - we use SWIR satellite imagery, machine learning and advanced AI, to monitor more than 85% of the world’s installed capacity, and know what is actually happening on the ground, in near-real time.
Only by observing activity at a train by train level can you match accuracy with timeliness to ensure you can react with confidence.
> Receive email alerts about outages before public reports
> Leverage satellite imagery insights to verify news reports of LNG train activity
> Follow the construction of future LNG projects
> Perform accurate historical analyses with our worldwide train-by-train historical activity data
> Email alerts on worldwide LNG liquefaction plant outages and restarts at the train-by train level
> Weekly data on operational capacity changes by region, country and facility
> Train-by-train historical and current activity data
Crude Oil Inventory Tracker
Crude Oil Inventory Tracker provides users with a comprehensive real-time granular view of crude oil stock levels in oil hubs and facilities worldwide.
Kayrros monitors the global crude oil inventory for both onshore and floating storage. We monitor a global storage capacity of approximately 4 billion barrels for onshore crude oil facilities. Of this total, we track:
~3.6 billion barrels in approximately 380 international terminals and
~310 million barrels in 111 US terminals via proprietary technology, including advanced satellite imagery processing techniques and machine-learning algorithms.
Kayrros tracks over 2,500 vessels in 8 regions for near real-time data on floating storage of crude oil. We provide data on crude oil tankers idle for two time periods: over 10 days and over 30 days. Our AIS data is processed with machine-learning algorithms to assess the volumes stored on each vessel we monitor.
E&P Operations Tracker
Revamp your production model with the most up-to-date completion data on the market
In your forward US crude balances, Lower 48 supply growth is one of the most difficult variables to forecast because it requires so many assumptions. Therefore, it’s essential to leverage the cutting-edge technologies developed by Kayrros to move beyond lagged and error-prone well activity data.
Our data scientists use a combination of remote sensing technologies—including both optical and radar satellite sources—to detect the number of completed wells across the Lower 48. In 2018, we detected 1000 more completed wells in the Permian Basin than were publicly reported.
> Build more accurate production models by eliminating assumptions around frac spread availability, time from spud to completion, building of DUC inventory
> Identify movements in completion count and frac crew trends
> Combine optical and radar satellite technology for the most accurate and timely detection results
Rely on Kayrros data for the latest intelligence on fracking activity
Kayrros completion detection technology is built on satellite imagery, and is not subject to the extensive data lag commonly found in sources that rely on state-reported data. Use our comprehensive well-by-well completion data to conduct analyses with confidence, whether you’re studying hotspots of new well activity or building detailed production models by operator or basin.