Revere Dataâs new Energy hierarchy is designed to follow oil, natural gas, and related companies from the point of discovery to the point of delivery. The Energy team mapped over 350 publicly-traded Energy companies against a new competitive landscape of 50+ Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream categories. For example, users can now not only identify all oil exploration and production companies, but actually separate those with activities in the North Sea from those in Russia or the Gulf of Mexico. Similarly, those interested in drilling services companies can instantly separate those with an onshore focus from those with offshore expertise.
"Energy is attracting a lot of attention right now in the marketplace," noted Brian Hill, Director of Research for Revere Data. "In response, our research team has developed an analysis of the industryâs supply chain that should provide much greater transparency and visibility into Energy companies and sub-sectors movements than any other classification system."
"Revere Data made its mark through the development of an unprecedented analysis and segmentation of Healthcare and Technology products, services, and relationships", said Glen Wolyner, Chief Executive Officer of Revere Data. "Today we are confident that we provide the most detailed, relevant classification system across all sectors. The introduction of our new Energy hierarchy is further evidence of our commitment to maintaining and extending this advantage for our users."
Revere Data offers clients the flexibility to access its exclusive content through Revere Research, a user-friendly web based platform or Revere Datafeed, data files that can be integrated into research and trading applications as well as algorithms. With either application, users gain access to Revere Dataâs intelligent database of U.S publicly traded companies and ADR's not available through other research providers. Revere Dataâs clientele includes sellside agency and proprietary traders, buyside traders, hedge fund managers, portfolio managers, equity analysts, and other professionals at leading financial institutions, along with competitive intelligence, business development, and strategy specialists at major corporations.