Products & Services



GasDay generates highly accurate natural gas demand forecasts over an eight-day period, allowing Local Distribution Companies (LDC) sufficient time to plan gas supply for the week.

GasMonth & GasYear

GasMonth generates daily demand forecasts for periods over 3 months (105 days). This product is created to support the use of long range weather forecasts, typical historical weather patterns, or any other user-provided weather data.


GasHour is a product containing very detailed daily forecasts. Increasing the frequency of the data translates into better forecasts because the models are better able to pick up on difficult-to-detect variation in the data.


GasDay Pack-and-Draft

GasDay Pack-and-Draft Option finds a customer’s accurate usage of gas by measuring how much the pipe is packed with gas, and then compares that amount with how much gas remains in the pipe at the end of the day (hour).

Additional Weather Inputs

Additional Weather Inputs increases the accuracy of the forecast predictions by using additional weather data, such as multiple temperatures and dew point data, to refine its demand predictions.

Intraday Forecast

GasDay’s Intraday Forecast Option expands the forecasting capabilities by adding the datasets and models needed for multiple forecast periods in a single day. With this enhancement, GasDay identifies and records the systematic errors to use the information to tune its forecasts.


Custom Studies

GasDay uses each LDC’s unique historical flow data along with weather inputs to forecast the demand for natural gas. Upon request, GasDay can perform customized studies.

Heating Oil Forecaster

GasDay’s Heating Oil Forecaster service helps heating oil delivery companies schedule delivery service shortly before the customer’s oil tank is empty.

Measurement Scene Investigator

Measurement Scene Investigator (MSI) analyzes historical flow data to detect erroneous, missing, or suspicious readings in natural gas flow data.

Weather Station Optimization

GasDay’s natural gas demand estimates rely on weather inputs provided by weather stations for a region or territory. The optimal solution for these distribution territories and region would combine weather data from a variety of inputs.

Design Day

Design Day analysis helps LDCs plan for their peak days, which usually occur during extreme cold weather conditions. This product anticipates demand on the highest flow days so that LDCs can design their natural gas distribution systems and operations toa