MidDel Consulting was approached by a large Midwestern natural gas and power company to assist in reducing their ongoing Openlink Endur support costs.
MidDel Consulting was approached by a large East Coast natural gas utility and marketing company to assist in integrating a newly acquired retail business into their existing systems. MidDel was also asked to implement a number of improvements to pricing formulas, risk and accounting reports, and key trade controls in order to facilitate the new business.
MidDel was approached by a Municipal Utility in California to conduct a systems delivery assessment to determine the recommended course of action to improve their systems capabilities required to support entering the Energy Imbalance Market (EIM).
The client is a fully integrated electric utility in the Midwest, not currently participating in a major organized transmission system. They and other utilities were contemplating entering into an organized system, most likely the Southwest Power Pool.
MidDel constructed a comprehensive investment model for a client who was contemplating whether they should bid on books of business that were up for auction. Using our model results, the client’s bid was accepted and the book was successfully integrated into the client’s portfolio.