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Daily Macro Supply & Demand

The most comprehensive US daily natural gas storage estimates

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Daily regional breakdown of natural gas supply and demand balances, three months ahead of EIA monthlies​.

Clarity into supply and demand fundamentals

Our Daily Macro Supply and Demand (S&D) report provides unparalleled, timely insight into the US natural gas supply and demand balance. We break the market into consumption sectors and share production, import and export data in each of the EIA storage regions.

This report contains our official natural gas storage call two days before the EIA publishes their storage estimate. We combine publicly available data with power demand data collected through our patented EMF monitored plants and EIA reports and statements to give you the most comprehensive view of national demand. We pull our supply data from in-house daily production estimates.

Designed for you

Learn how the Daily Macro Supply & Demand Report can help.

Features at a glance ​

A point of comparison

If you're building your own supply and demand models, use our report to gauge the accuracy of each line item. After the EIA storage estimate is released on Thursday, we share additional data in a recap report that discusses reasoning for differences in estimates, giving you a better understanding of how to improve your models.

Detailed view of demand

We break our demand data into the same geographical sub-regions as the EIA's storage report. We also provide a look into different sectors of demand so that you can see changes from week to week in gas demand for power, industrial and residential/commercial demand.

Flexible data and delivery

We provide easy to read, graphical representations of the data. Our Excel data files quickly and easily integrate into your models and include estimates for today, temperature-based forecasts for the next 30 days, and a historical view of supply and demand with our daily estimates that go back five years.