New Brand Reinforces Commitment to Driving Transparency and Connecting Value Chain Analysis for Energy Markets
East Daley Capital Advisors, Inc. announced today that it has changed its name to East Daley Analytics effective immediately. The new name reflects the company’s continued focus on dissecting the energy value chain including upstream, downstream, and midstream oil and gas.
East Daley Analytics is the energy industry’s most trusted source for energy data and is focused on providing the most robust data analytics to inform client decisions. Specializing in dissecting the energy value chain, East Daley Analytics delivers unbiased, actionable market intelligence focused on commodity market dynamics and capital market impacts through detailed asset level analysis.
“We know that our clients don’t always have the time and resources to go deep in researching assets, monitoring the competition, and conducting due diligence on an ongoing basis,” said Justin Carlson, Co-Founder and COO/CSO of East Daley Analytics. “Our new name and rebrand more accurately reflect our continued commitment to drive transparency in the energy markets by providing the most critical macro and micro insights to supplement our clients’ decisions and long-term strategy.”
East Daley Analytics connects the value chain analysis of energy markets and delivers data insights through both its subscription and advisory services.
East Daley Analytics’ Subscription Services includes comprehensive weekly reports and coverage at the asset-level as well as quarterly earnings previews and production and constraint data on a regular basis. This macro view of the market helps companies save time by having access to this detailed information all in one place, so they can easily identify opportunities and mitigate risk.
East Daley Analytics’ Advisory Services includes customized commodity and financial analysis of the energy market down to the asset level. The company’s analysts provide analysis of all aspects of the energy market including upstream, midstream, and downstream assets, competitive factors, and forecasts to help them determine risk based on potential growth. It also helps clients quickly get up-to-speed and, based on the market data and consulting services provided, have full confidence in their decisions.
East Daley recently launched several new products including Natural Gas Supply and Demand Forecast Report and Data Set, Energy Data Studio NGL Network Model, and NGL Purity Product.
East Daley Analytics’ Supply and Demand Forecast Report and Data Set is a first of its kind supply chain model that connects producers through gathering and processing to pipelines for a complete value chain analysis out of each basin. Leveraging East Daley’s patented Gathering & Processing database, this unique methodology triangulates multiple data sets, utilizes forecasts at an asset level and provides a comprehensive macro-view that leverages complex infrastructure relationships.
East Daley Analytics’ Energy Data Studio is a dynamic interface that allows users to access and filter a wide range energy data dashboards. These dashboards are uniquely constructed to triangulate multiple datasets, provide context through geospatial visuals, and forecast infrastructure at an asset level across the oil, gas and NGL sectors.
The East Daley Analytics NGL Network Model includes fractionation capacities, NGL flows, and a future NGL constraints report and dataset. It allows users to follow Y-grade supply through fractionation identifying future constraints based on fractionation capacity vs. Y-grade supply.
The East Daley Analytics NGL Purity Product forecast combines discrete purity product supply histories and forecasts into an easily accessible data file that clients can leverage to analyze future supply by basin, sub-PADD, or PADD.
Along with the name change, a newly redesigned company logo and website have been revealed, showcasing the company’s ongoing commitment to drive energy transparency.
About East Daley Analytics, Inc.
East Daley Analytics specializes in dissecting the energy value chain to drive transparency. The company has built the largest U.S. energy asset database to cash flow to help identify which assets are most important and isolate their operational value. It can help with the heavy lifting by providing access to capital and commodity market experts through both subscription and advisory services.