East Daley Analytics’ FERC Pipeline Financial Data Set Now Available via Bloomberg Enterprise Access Point

Unique Natural Gas Liquids Pipeline Data Drives Transparency in Energy Markets

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#Bloomberg–East Daley Analytics, Inc. announced today that its unique Pipeline Financial Dataset is now available through Bloomberg’s Enterprise Access Point. The Pipeline Financial Dataset provides consolidated historical Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) financial pipeline data (back to 2005) updated weekly to handle late and revised quarterly filings. The financial data has also been enhanced with metadata layers that give ownership percentages and Legal Entity Identifiers (LEIs) at the asset and ownership levels offering clients a variety of ways to use the data.

“This unique dataset on Bloomberg provides analysts with transparency into due diligence projects and the impact to companies,” said Andy Ptacek, senior director of analytics at East Daley. “Working with Bloomberg speeds up time to value for our clients by reducing costly and lengthy operations of procurement processes.”

The Pipeline Financial Dataset is comprised of income statements, statement of cash flows, and balance sheets for natural gas, crude, natural gas liquids (NGL), and refined products pipelines organized into a more commonly accepted accounting format than the raw governmental presentation so it can be directly inputted into financial models. Key features include:

  • Annualized negotiated, discounted and max rate revenue calculations for natural gas pipelines to determine return on equity (ROE) downside;
  • Quarterly updated income statements for all FERC regulated NGL pipelines to net income;
  • Natural gas and liquids pipeline ownership matrix to clearly see who owns what; and
  • Pipeline financials converted from FERC accounting to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) presentation.

“Another advantage of getting this information via East Daley and Bloomberg Enterprise Access Point is that it includes FERC data from further back into history as well as for 1Q2021 and 2Q2021,” added Ptacek. “This data has been more challenging to access since FERC changed the reporting requirement from Visual FoxPro to XBRL for a number of their forms effective October 1, 2021.”

As a trusted source of data, Bloomberg helps clients easily integrate high-value data in context within their analytics and workflows. Bloomberg has been providing a variety of alternative datasets through the Bloomberg Terminal for over a decade. More recently, some of these data sets were made available through Bloomberg’s Data License product.

Bloomberg Enterprise Access Point is Bloomberg’s web-based data marketplace that allows Data License clients to easily discover, access and immediately use high quality, market leading content from both Bloomberg and third-party providers. Recently, Bloomberg announced the expansion of its alternative data offering, representing a three-fold increase in the number of third-party alternative data vendors available since the product’s introduction in February 2019. The move allows Bloomberg clients to access a much-expanded catalogue of curated alternative data, uniquely positioned to provide insights in today’s market environment.

About East Daley Analytics, Inc.

East Daley Analytics specializes in identifying, understanding, and monitoring operational risk at the asset level and how that translates to operational risk. We have built the largest U.S. energy asset database to cash flow to help identify which assets are most important and isolate their operational value. We can help with the heavy lifting by providing access to capital and commodity market experts through both subscription and advisory services. For more information visit https://eastdaley.com.


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