The average terminal gives up $5 to $9 per barrel.

There is little visibility into true product quality as composition changes across the value chain. The most important blending, logistics, and trading decisions are made with unreliable data.

Our solution

Know true product quality

Trust your data with Validere 360. Validere’s IoT platform consolidates, automates, and validates all quality data onto a single platform. Real-time, reliable insights empower your teams to proactively pinpoint issues and make better, faster decisions.

Benefits:
  • Trust quality data for production accounting.
  • Promptly resolve custody transfer disputes.
  • Never overpay for wet product again.
  • Keep on-line analyzers calibrated with ease.
  • Reduce re-tests, missed samples, & miscommunication.
  • Detect off-spec shipments in advance.

Optimize barrel value

Put AI to work with Validere Alpha. Valdiere’s AI engine optimizes blending, logistics, and trading by combining trusted Validere 360 quality data from across your organization with our proprietary artificial intelligence algorithms and data sets. 

Benefits:
  • Know which streams to blend for max arbitrage.
  • Optimize product movement in your facilities.
  • Instantly audit all product purchases and deliveries.
  • Quickly assess ROI of new infrastructure investment.

Our approach

intelligence

We believe the most complex challenges can only be solved by blending tech innovation with a deep understanding of the industry. Our team comprises of data scientists, industry veterans, and physical scientists. All working towards the same goal – to innovate O&G quality operations.

Join a team whose potential matches yours.

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