The service provides data on oil, petrochemicals, electric power, natural gas, coal, biofuels, metals, sugar and other agricultural commodities, which it delivers to clients' desktops via an API or a Microsoft Excel plug-in.
Platts officials say the data can now be delivered in seconds, by distributing price assessments as soon as they are published, providing faster access to historical data, easier data interrogation, and faster and easier integration of the data into proprietary systems.
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