We are an independent energy research and business intelligence company providing data, tools, analytics, and consultancy services to clients exposed to the energy industry across the globe. Our high-end capabilities within energy fundamentals, oil and gas markets, supply chains, renewables and energy transition strengthen the insight and expertise of our clients, thereby assuring quality decisions.
The fundamental element to our business and finer forecasting is our bottom-up approach to data. Rystad Energy’s comprehensive and consistent micro-to-macro datasets are truly unique, and we assure that the data actually adds up across different sectors, regions and databases. Our flexible and adaptive technology solutions are tailored to meet the client’s needs, and we are at all times committed to offering top quality service for our customers – providing intelligence, engagement and support throughout the entire product and service delivery cycle.
Energy Services whitepaper:
A detailed update on the latest opportunities within renewables and the low-carbon supply chain – across the whole energy industry.
The whitepaper uncovers key market trends within various service segments, including EPCs, maintenance, rigs and vessel, and subsurface services.
Energy Storage whitepaper:
A thorough and comprehensive overview of how storage – either via batteries (BESS) or hydrogen (HESS) – will play a key role in decarbonizing the energy system. Often discussed as `best alternative` storage competitors, our team flips the script to look at why HESS and BESS should be thought of as complementary options instead.
A deep dive into the 5 trends to watch in 2022, from electrolyzer installations to the regions that will emerge as key supply centers this year.
Analyses of how the carbon footprint of crude grades is a key metric for many stakeholders, including traders, as crude buyers are increasingly looking to offset emissions of their products.
Analyses of the emissions from the upstream industry in Northwest Europe – United Kingdom, Norway and Denmark. The overall CO2 footprint from these countries amounted to about 24 million tonnes in 2020, which is equal to 2-3% of the global upstream CO2 emissions – while producing about 4% of the world’s hydrocarbons.