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Primary Vision Network offers a range of services focused on providing market intelligence and insights related to the global oil and energy sector. Their offerings include:
- NGL Monitor: Supply and demand data for natural gas liquids with weekly updates, forecasts, and commentary.
- Frac Spread Count™: Predictive data on the number of active pressure pumpers, tracking operators by basin, state, and county with weekly updates and forecasts.
- Research Portal Subscriptions: Access to the National Frac Spread Count, unique articles, and videos covering the oil and gas markets, with monthly, yearly, and enterprise subscription options.
- Primary Vision Insights: Expert commentary on macroeconomic trends, inflation, the economy, geopolitics, and more.
- Refracs: Operator and location tracking, as well as discovery, selection, and execution tools.
- Bloomberg Enterprise Solution: for downhole water, proppant, and chemicals, with a deep historical dataset and weekly updates.
Additionally, Primary Vision Network provides news, analysis, and expert insights through articles and videos on their website. You can learn more by visiting our SIGN UP page on the menu or contacting us here: email@example.com
Some of our services are free! We also have off the shelf solutions that start at $500. Enterprise products are available as well.
Typically we require payment at time of service. Invoicing is possible.
One Frac Spread = One Hydraulic Fracturing Unit
The nomenclature for a frac spread has been called many things over the lifetime of hydraulic fracturing including: stim crew, completion crew, frac crew, frac fleet, frac spread and many more etc.
The Frac Spread Count is the number of active pressure pumper spreads
(or sets of equipment) that perform stimulation’s (aka hydraulic fracturing).
The Frac Spread Count is to frac spreads (pressure pumper, stim crews, frac fleets) what the Baker Hughes/Enverus rig counts are to rigs.
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The NGL Monitor is a tool developed by Primary Vision Network that visualizes and forecasts EIA natural gas liquid data, helping users gain valuable insights into supply and demand trends. The tool addresses the existing two-month lag in data by providing real-time updates and forecasting up to 12 months in advance.
While no forecasting tool can guarantee 100% accuracy, the NGL Monitor leverages the latest EIA data and advanced analytics to provide the most reliable and accurate forecasts possible. We continuously improve our forecasting models to enhance their accuracy and reliability. We will be providing deltas to our forecasts inside of the monitor to show their effectiveness. More information will be shared on this as the product continues to evolve.
In cases of missing or incomplete EIA data, the NGL Monitor employs advanced interpolation and estimation techniques to fill in the gaps, ensuring that the forecasts remain as accurate and reliable as possible.
The NGL Monitor utilizes a combination of statistical models, including time series analysis, regression analysis, and machine learning algorithms, to generate accurate and reliable forecasts for natural gas liquid supply and demand.
The NGL Monitor incorporates seasonal decomposition of time series data, which helps identify and adjust for seasonality patterns in natural gas liquid supply and demand trends. This ensures that the forecasts generated are more accurate and relevant to current market conditions.
The NGL Monitor employs robust outlier detection and smoothing techniques to minimize the impact of extreme events or anomalies in the data, ensuring that the forecasts remain as accurate and reliable as possible.
The NGL Monitor continuously incorporates the latest EIA data and market information into its forecasting models. As market conditions change, the tool adjusts its forecasts accordingly to ensure they remain relevant and accurate. Over the past decade, Primary Vision Network has positioned itself as an industry leader in monitoring operator and pumper activities through our proprietary Frac Spread Count. Our services offer unparalleled granularity, reflecting our deep understanding of industry seasonality and trends. To maintain our competitive edge, we have developed an advanced manual exception handling tool that allows for the fine-tuning of our forecasts in response to unforeseen events, such as short-term weather anomalies or major economic disruptions like the Covid-19 pandemic.
You can access the NGL Monitor through the Primary Vision Network platform. Simply sign up or log in to your account, navigate to the NGL Monitor section, and start using the tool.
The EIA data is updated monthly, and our NGL Monitor incorporates these updates to provide the most accurate and up-to-date information on supply and demand trends. Concurrently we add one additional month of forecasts.
Yes, our NGL Monitor allows you to search the monthly time series data by code, title, category, sub-category, and individual product dating back to 2010.
Yes, the NGL Monitor allows you to filter supply and demand forecasts by aggregate, as well as by plants, refineries, and imports, and by hydrocarbon when available.
Yes, as part of your subscription the raw data can be exported or distribute to you via FTP, SQL or email. Please contact your account manager to learn more.
We offer dedicated customer support to help you with any issues or questions you may have while using the NGL Monitor. You can reach our support team at email@example.com. Most inquiries are answered within a 12 hour period.
This feature isn’t available on platform, however the raw data and forecasts can be exported and distributed to use as inputs.
Yes, the NGL Monitor allows you to compare historical data alongside its forecasts, enabling you to evaluate the tool's accuracy and reliability over time and make more informed decisions based on past trends.
Yes, the NGL Monitor offers data export capabilities, please contact your account manager for integration consulting and options.
We welcome user feedback and suggestions for improvement. You can contact our support team with your feedback, and we will consider your input as we continuously work to enhance the NGL Monitor's features and functionality. The best method is through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.