East Daley Analytics – Dissecting the Energy Value Chain

Energy Data Studio Gives You the Advantage


East Daley's Energy Data Studio is the platform to visually analyze and navigate the energy value chain. Users can now view historical and updated data on our Energy Data Studio platform, providing unmatched data functionality and visuals for easy analytics.

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Tools for Energy Infrastructure Analysis

East Daley uses a patented methodology to allocate every rig and well in the U.S and Canada to the gathering and processing system.

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Market Commentary

We use data to determine the producers feeding each system, and calculate unique decline curves, production rates, and current drilling activity.

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Historical & Forecasted Infrastructure Data and Analysis

From 1,200 midstream assets, we historically true up and forecast how they aggregate into the SEC-reported financials of 26 major midstream companies.

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Access to a Team of Analysts

We don't just give you the data to interpret for yourself. You get access to a team of experts that can help you make sense of what is happening in real-time and make better decisions.

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Downloadable Reports/Data Sets

We offer multiple data sets and reports that you can filter and download to get the best read on the market possible.

Knowledge is Power.
Skip the middleman and get real-time information that makes complex energy value chain data simple to understand and use.



Could Ruby Pipeline's Fortunes Brighten Under Tallgrass?

“Volumes have jumped on the pipeline," Van Everen told Energy Intelligence. And while the basis between Opal and Malin remains narrow, short-term interruptible rates have recently reached 40¢/Mcf, which is 10¢/Mcf above East Daley’s “premium case" from which it calculated a net present value for Ruby of $370 million.”

Energy Intelligence


Natural-Gas Prices Plunge as Unseasonably Warm Weather Is Forecast

“Frigid temperatures prompted a big draw from U.S. natural-gas stockpiles and frozen wells in North Dakota and Oklahoma. At its peak, the storm took nearly 21% of U.S. gas supply offline, according to East Daley Analytics, a gas consulting firm.”

The Wall Street Journal


Analysts: Natural Gas Prices to Slump Through Late 2024

“We’re forecasting a pretty big increase in production, especially because of associated gas from the Permian, as well as increased drilling in the Ark-La-Tex. The theme here is short-term pain, but long-term gain.”

HART Energy

The Daley Note

Midstream Insights Delivered Daily

The Daley Note: March 28, 2023

Whitewater Midstream plans to build a massive natural gas pipeline through southeastern Texas that appears...

The Daley Note: March 23, 2023

Oil producers in Western Canada must continue waiting before a pipeline expansion to the Pacific Coast...

The Daley Note: March 22, 2023

Public and private producers are parting ways on investments in the Permian Basin in 2023, with public...

The Daley Note: March 21, 2023

The Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) could still begin service by year-end 2023 after scoring an important new...