Kayrros Opens Singapore Office, Names Chuanwei Foo Managing Director

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New office extends Kayrros presence for greater insight into Asian energy markets

PARIS, 3 May, 2018—Kayrros announced the opening of its Singapore office with the appointment of Chuanwei Foo, who will head Kayrros' Singapore sales efforts as Managing Director, Business Development. In this role, Chuanwei will help develop Kayrros' business operations in Asia and market the rapidly expanding range of Kayrros subscription services covering the global oil supply, demand, and storage markets. 

“As Asia's main trading hub, Singapore offers Kayrros the ability to work more closely with key players in the dynamic Asian market, including China, the world's largest energy importer,” said Antoine Rostand, president of Kayrros. “Chuanwei is the ideal candidate to lead our sales efforts in Asia, given his extensive experience in the crude oil and petroleum products sectors.”

With 15 years of business development experience and 7 years in energy research, Chuanwei has a deep understanding of the data critical to clients in all areas of the energy market. His specializations include upstream exploration, production software and fiscal policies, downstream price reporting, and global liquid hydrocarbon cargo flows. Chuanwei holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Science and a master's degree in business administration from the University of Adelaide.

With the opening of its Singapore office, Kayrros expects to provide its subscribers with greater insight and deeper data analysis of the Asian market, especially as oil and gas activities in the region expand. In addition to its new Singapore office, Kayrros has offices in Paris, Houston, New York, and San Francisco.

About Kayrros

Kayrros is an advanced data analytics company that helps global energy market players to make better investment decisions. Kayrros experts extract value from combining alternative and market data across the energy chain. Working from offices in Paris, New York, Houston and San Francisco, Kayrros energy teams deliver actionable information in near real time. Kayrros solutions are rapidly scalable and continually expanded to new geographies and new sources of data. For more information, please visit

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