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LNG Ship Tracking

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The Kayrros LNG Ship Tracker

offers near-realtime tracking of LNG carriers and cargoes from point of loading to their destination, including events that may occur along the way such as partial loading or ship-to-ship transfers. The Tracker follows individual ships and aggregates imports and exports to deliver a comprehensive view by region, country, or terminal.

Benefits

Timely
Track LNG flows in near realtime for key intelligence on the supply and demand variations affecting LNG prices

Predictive
Predict LNG relative price changes between basins to optimize your portfolio in the short-term by monitoring changes in LNG flows

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Comprehensive
Combine LNG cargo tracking with the LNG Liquefaction Plant Monitor for a complete near-realtime view on worldwide LNG supply

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USE CASE—REALTIME SHIP TRACKING

Kayrros data from March 2020 showed the Abadi vessel delivering gas exclusively from the Brunei LNG export terminal to regasification terminals across Asia.

Source: Kayrros Portal

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Activity Monitoring

View information on liquefaction plant events before the rest of the market

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Reliability

Data are derived from precise satellite imagery measurements and not anecdotal information

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Granularity

Data on outages and restarts are acquired and presented on a train-by-train level

USE CASE—LNG IMPORTS IN CHINA

Assess aggregated LNG flows with any level of granularity. Kayrros Ship Tracker indicated LNG imports in China dropping to a new low in the week ended February 17 2020 amid the COVID-19 outbreak. This extended the drop usually observed after the Chinese New Year.

Source : Kayrros portal

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