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Proprietary Insight into Natural Gas Exports to Mexico

Understand the data & methodology behind the industry’s only view into Mexico exports

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Using a combination of proprietary and patented monitoring technologies, Genscape is successfully delivering flow data for this critical blind spot that is proven to reduce error for supply and demand models. Estimates on the NET Mexico pipeline are delivered with less than a five percent error rate, providing the industry’s only insight into the state of Mexican exports. 

Join the analysts who developed the Natural Gas Daily Mexico Exports Monitor for an in-depth review of the data available and how it can be used to enhance and inform your business.

By watching trhthe webinar you will:  

  • Understand the impact of exports to Mexico on Texas gas markets
  • Identify how visibility into this market blind spot can impact your business
  • Know how data is collected and the correlation between Genscape data and larger market data

Genscape’s new Natural Gas Daily Mexico Exports Monitor provides proprietary, real-time NET Mexico pipeline flow estimates, at 95 percent accuracy, completing the U.S. exports picture. Click here to learn more or request a free trial.

Speaker

Rick Margolin

Rick Margolin
Senior Analyst, Natural Gas

Rick has over four years of experience covering the U.S. natural gas markets. At Genscape, Rick develops gross-up and forward-looking prediction models using public and proprietary data on commodity flows, prices, weather, and structural changes.