Blockchain to help CBP track Canadian energy imports

Blockchain to help CBP track Canadian energy imports — GCN

The Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection is looking adapt a Canadian firm’s blockchain application to track oil and natural gas shipments coming into the U.S. over the northern border. The $182,700 investment from DHS Science and Technology Directorate went to Mavennet Systems, which has built a blockchain-as-a-service platform for Canadian commercial oil markets that allows real-time audits of natural gas trading there.