Energy Data Management Systems, 2024: Market Update and Vendor Landscape

Historically, the largest segment of the energy data market has consisted of transactional data – information on prices, volumes and other characteristics of trades gathered from exchanges or over-the-counter (OTC) environments. 

However, a growing number of independent analytics tools that exist outside trading systems can now handle more sophisticated datasets, and this has led to diverse sources of data and more varied players in the landscape. Commercially speaking, the energy market offers one of the best examples of this trend. Not only has the amount of data consumed commercially in the energy sector increased, but that data also comes in more varied structures.

This report considers those vendors that aggregate and redistribute data across different asset classes, market environments and geographies, as well as how effective they are in developing and processing their data.

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