Datafeed, Online Platform

Gain Visibility into a Critical Blind Spot in the US Gas Market 

Proprietary intrastate monitoring sheds light on fundamental storage changes to inform supply and demand 

We deliver the industry's only point of visibility into unreported storage systems, a crucial missing component to understanding market dynamics. Using infrared imaging and patented electromagnetic field (EMF) monitors, analysts are able to determine estimated injection and withdrawal values at key intrastate storage sites. We currently monitor 20 storage fields across Texas, Alabama, Michigan, Illinois and five Natural Gas Pipeline Company of America's (NGPL) individual system storage fields.

We provide information on an important, yet relatively opaque area of the natural gas market:

  • Texas Intrastate Insights: Nearly 30% of U.S. natural gas reserves are located in Texas, yet there is virtually no public data on intrastate movements. In areas where public data is sparse or lagged, use our data and see dramatic improvements in your estimates of Texas storage activity and South Central storage models.
  • Inform Supply and Demand Modelling: Inform and improve your supply and demand models with insight into Texas storage. Infer balances across other regions using data from intrastate storage sites across the Midwest and Southeast markets.
  • Easy Access: Access raw data, both current and historical, on a daily basis via online dashboards. We include estimates of daily storage activity at specific facilities in TX, AL, MI, IL, and NGPL. 


Get the most timely and up to date view on storage flows in Texas at individual storage sites as well as net withdrawals in and out of key gas storage regions.  


Use our proprietary storage data to keep a close eye on storage activity in regions across North America. Storage activity shifts rapidly and a daily view of activity allows for more accurate storage predictions. 


Use our proprietary data to keep an informed eye on storage inventories. Use estimated flows in and out of storage sites to create a more informed view of nationwide supply and demand as well as regional storage models.