You are here

You are here

Gain a granular understanding of the drivers of NGLs supply and demand on a regional basis

Ethane, propane, and butane demand outlooks for petrochemical use, seasonal needs, exports and more, along with supply data from Genscape’s proprietary production forecast 

The Monthly Ethane, Propane, and Butane Supply & Demand Balance Reports combine Genscape’s proven NGLs production forecast with a market demand outlook to yield an inventory outlook for the U.S. and relevant regions. The demand outlook incorporates Genscape’s proprietary data on pipeline flows, cracker operations, and capital improvements with information from industry organizations, company statements, and government agencies to forecast variables such as petrochemical and seasonal demand, interregional flows, and exports of ethane, propane, and normal butane.

NGLs charts

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Delivery: PDF plus an XLS data table via email 

Frequency: Monthly

Locations: United States

Subscribe: Call 866 292 8060

Supplements the Monthly Propane S&D Report by Aggregating & Analyzing Market Fundamentals in Real-Time

You are here

The Monthly NGLs Supply & Demand Balance Reports feature:

  • Monthly PDF commentary on supply and demand fundamentals plus an XLS data table, delivered via email
    • Ethylene cracker demand outlook based on cracker configurations, capacity changes, operating rates, and relative feedstock costs
    • Gas plant production based on Genscape’s proprietary forecast
    • Exports based on infrastructure developments, contracted volumes and/or economics
    • Resulting Inventories and Days of Supply
    • Commentary on the relationship between fundamentals and market pricing
  • Quarterly excerpts of relevant company statements from press releases and transcripts
  • Unlimited access to the analysts behind the report

The Monthly Ethane Supply & Demand Balance Report provides a monthly outlook through the end of 2016 and also includes:

  • Ethane exports based on infrastructure development and contracts through the next year
  • Regional detail for the Marcellus/Utica, PADDs 2 and 3, and PADDs 4 and 5
  • Detail on cracker capacity changes/debottlenecks

​The Monthly Propane Supply & Demand Balance Report provides an outlook through Q1 of 2016 and also includes:

  • PDH demand for propane based on infrastructure developments, economics, and operating rates
  • Seasonal demand based historical behavior and adjusted for changes in weather and crop conditions
  • Regional detail for PADD 1, 2, 3, and combined 4 and 5
  • Project-level detail on PDH and LPG export terminal expansions

The Normal Butane Supply & Demand Balance Report includes an outlook through Q1 of 2016 for:

  • Seasonal demand for gasoline blending based on changes in infrastructure and gasoline production
  • Merchant demand for normal butane for isomerization
  • ​Regional detail for the Marcellus/Utica, PADDs 2 and 3, PADD 4, and PADD 5
  • Project-level detail on butane-capable LPG export terminal expansions
Supplements the Monthly Propane S&D Report by Aggregating & Analyzing Market Fundamentals in Real-Time
The Most Accurate, Detailed Five-Year Forecast in the Industry, Available Two Months Ahead of the EIA’s Estimates

You are here

Benefits of the Monthly NGLs Supply & Demand Balance Reports:

  • Enhance decision-making for capital investment and trading when you understand the drivers of future NGLs supply and demand on a regional basis
  • Improve accuracy of in-house analytics by incorporating granular data into models
  • Unlimited access to the analysts behind the reports
  • Choose any or all reports, based on your company's needs

U.S. Propane Demand for Cracking

Get a Holistic View of the NGLs Supply Chain from the Upstream to the Downstream
Supplements the Monthly Propane S&D Report by Aggregating & Analyzing Market Fundamentals in Real-Time

You are here

To get a sample of Genscape's Monthly Ethane, Propane, or Butane Supply & Demand
Balance Reports, please email info@genscape.com.

Free Report Sample

The Most Accurate, Detailed Five-Year Forecast in the Industry, Available Two Months Ahead of the EIA’s Estimates