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Technology fuels energy trading gains

AI-based trading platforms can drive transparency in LNG, commodities trading

Paris-headquartered Kpler has been shaking up the commodity trading market in recent years, using its proprietary AI-based software to track seaborne flows of liquefied natural gas, crude oil, refined products and dry bulk in real time around the globe. By collating data from a wide range of sources and running it through advanced algorithms based on pattern analysis, machine learning and linear programming, Kpler can track the source and destination of individual cargoes, revealing hidden patterns and trends in the trading market which would otherwise go unnoticed. Such is its popularity, Kpler is being increasingly adopted by trading houses, oil and gas majors, national oil companies, he



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