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Ursa Space Systems Overview

Ithaca, NY
1 to 50 employees
2014
Company - Private
Energy
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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Ursa delivers global economic insights to energy and financial enterprises, providing a reliable information source about areas of the world that are traditionally opaque.

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    Dynamic environment where your contributions make a different in moving the company forward every day. The team is full of top-notch people who each make a significant impact on the company.

    Cons

    Startup life can be hectic; if you like doing the same thing everyday and aren't interested in being challenged or professional growth, this isn't the place for you.

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Company Updates

  • Excited to share the news about our $7 M Series A Financing, led by Paladin Capital Group with participation from NEA - New Enterprise Associates, RRE Ventures, S&P Global, and other strategic investors!

    —29 days ago
  • Ursa data helps predict China oil demand! Bloomberg writes about us in "Seen From Space, China's Oil Demand Looks Stronger Than Expected"

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    —30+ days ago
    Seen From Space, China's Oil Demand Looks Stronger Than Expected

    Satellite data implies refinery use, consumption understated China's year-to-date oil inventory build at 87m bbls: Barclays The crude market may be underestimating China's oil demand. Storage data gathered by satellite implies the amount of crude China is putting into storage is below what can be extrapolated from the nation's customs and production data, Barclays Plc analysts wrote in an Oct.

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