Blacklion Drives Updata Energy Storage Data

The Dallas-based firm has enlisted Updata to automate the collection and analysis of US energy data.

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Every Wednesday and Thursday morning, the EIA—the agency of the US Federal Statistical System responsible for collecting, analyzing, and distributing data on energy—publishes current storage levels for US natural gas and petroleum on its website. 

In the past, Blacklion downloaded the storage data from spreadsheet files on the EIA website and loaded it its own spreadsheets, either by copying and pasting the data, or manually re-keying it, before exporting it into Updata for technical analysis

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