Read the latest Kayrros briefings on energy and natural resources based on geoanalytics and earth observation technology.

Is it too soon to celebrate the plunge in EU carbon emissions?

The success of the IPCC’s new climate goals hinges on access to high-quality data

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has rendered its final warning: The window of opportunity to secure a liveable future for all is rapidly

Did global CO2 emissions rise or drop in 2022?

Global CO2 emissions crept up by 0.9% (about 320 MT) to a new record high in 2022, according to a new report from the

The Ukraine war and China’s rising role in balancing the oil market

A year after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, satellite data show that far from plunging as initially feared, onshore crude oil stocks have built by

How safe is Europe’s LNG supply?

Kayrros monitoring shows signs of restart at Freeport LNG’s long idled 15 MTPA (2.2 Bcf/d) Quintana Island liquefaction and export facility near Freeport, Texas,

Kayrros crowned FT Tech Champions 2022

The Financial Times today announced its winners of the FT Tech Champions 2022 award Environmental intelligence company Kayrros placed first in the competitive IT

COP27 | Global Methane Pledge scorecard: Time is Running Out

Key points Overall basin-level emissions are roughly unchanged and have failed to deliver the 7% annual reduction needed to meet the Global Methane Pledge

U.S. methane emissions from fossil fuels at risk of worsening in 2022, extending 2021 trend

Q12022 data raise concerns about greenhouse gas footprint amid calls for higher oil and gas production. Methane emissions from some of the most prolific

Chinese coal-fired power generation does not spell the end of its addiction

Coal-fired power generation in China plummeted in early May to its lowest level in four years but might be bottoming out, show data from

Ukraine’s wheat harvest to drop by one third

Satellite images show that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has severely disrupted the wheat planting season. Production this year is expected to be at least

Closing the “Gates of Hell”

The Darvaza “Gates of Hell” gas crater in Turkmenistan has been making headlines after the country’s President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov vowed to extinguish its flames

Glasgow was a Kayrros moment

In many ways, the Glasgow Climate Pact signed by nearly 200 countries on November 13 has highlighted the need for more robust measurements of

There’s more to Shell’s Permian exit than cutting GHG emissions

When Royal Dutch Shell announced its decision to divest its Permian tight oil assets in mid-September, most market commentators jumped on the notion that

Drone flights over Cushing: Bringing transparency on crude inventories to 100%

The time for total transparency on Cushing crude inventories is now Despite the phenomenal growth of China’s oil storage capacity and actual stock levels

Taking climate action now—how satellite data can help

Atmospheric measurements empower fossil fuel producers to cut methane emissions faster, at lower cost Unlike carbon emissions, which are comparatively easy to estimate but