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You Can Strike Oil In China: Four Reasons The Satellite Market Is Taking Off

China has more oil than people thought. Orbital Insight, a Palo Alto-based startup hoping to capitalize on the growing interest in mining satellite imagery, undertook an interesting assignment: it captured, and then analyzed, satellite images regarding the world’s 20,000+ oil storage depots to try to determine the real-time supply of oil. How? [...]
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