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New Arbo-East Daley Intelligence Report

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Arbo, a leading provider of energy data analytics technology, and East Daley Analytics have launched a new intelligence report – the Permian Edge – leveraging an unmatched combination of data and expertise to help commercial teams understand intrastate gas pipeline project demand, viability, and development progress to in-service. In addition, the companies say East Daley throughput models are now available in the Arbo Liquids Commerce Platform for all oil basins and large pipelines.

Chip Moldenhauer, CEO and founder of Arbo, said: “Arbo’s and East Daley’s DNA are both in data and using micro asset level data combined with macro market insights to enable customers’ commercial decision making. It was natural for us to partner on analytics delivery via software and expertise and insights delivery via our content and services.”

The new report combines market leading financial and regulatory analysis to help commercial teams understand and quantify investment or trade risk, anticipate and interpret regulatory milestones, and monitor land acquisition and construction progress in order to confidently anticipate in-service timing.

Justin Carlson, East Daley Analytics’ chief operating officer and chief strategy officer, said: “We are excited to partner with Arbo as we continue our mission to drive greater transparency in energy markets. The Arbo team has a unique way of using data technology to predict project outcomes which augments and facilitates East Daley’s pursuit of providing industry leading insight into all the connections along the energy value chain.”

There are currently five projects vying to meet the expected demand for takeaway capacity in the Permian Basin, but it’s unlikely that all will be needed. The Permian Edge monthly supply, demand and project tracking models, datasets and visualizations are accompanied by on-demand access to experts and analysts to help developers, investors, and commodity buyers understand which projects are most viable and keep tabs on development progress and in-service timing.

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