Better Information.
Better Decisions.

Senior level energy industry expertise, supporting business systems and processes for Front, Back, and Mid Office.

Who We Are »

MidDel Consulting is a boutique professional services firm and systems integrator with over 17 years of SENIOR LEVEL energy industry experience. We produce business process improvements, across all commodities, both physical and financial.

Windmill Icon

FOUNDED IN

2005

SUCCESSFUL PROJECTS

+160

PROJECT HOURS

+365,000

What We Do »

MidDel Consultants have on average over 25 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE as subject matter experts and trusted advisors in the retail, wholesale, midstream and producer segments, encompassing the front, middle, and back office.

ETRM/CTRM
CUSTOM
SOLUTIONS
ISO TRANSACTION
Management
REPORTING &
INTELLIGENCE
M&A / DATA
INTEGRATION

You know us for energy consultation,
but do you know everything we do?

MidDel Consulting logo

Our Clients »

At MidDel Consulting we are very nimble. As consultants, we are highly creative. More importantly, we understand your business and will solve the problems YOU want to solve. These are some of the types of clients we have successfully served.

  • IPPs - Independent Power Producers
  • Utilities
  • REPs - Retail Energy Suppliers
  • LDCs - Local Distribution Companies

 

  • Power and Gas Marketers / Merchants
  • Renewable Energy Companies
  • ISO / RTO

Case Studies »

MidDel Consultants have on average over 25 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE as subject matter experts and trusted advisors, in the retail, wholesale, midstream and producer segments, encompassing the front, middle, and back office.

MidDel Performs the “Impossible”

Issue Our client, one of North America’s largest power producers, was in the midst of a corporate merger with another large power producer. Our client needed to integrate the acquired company’s ETRM system (Endur®) into our client’s ETRM system (Zainet®/Aligne™). In addition, all risk management reporting needed to be re-engineered to accommodate the […]
READ STUDY »

FTR VaR (Value at Risk) Reimplementation

Issue Our client was using a large Excel spreadsheet with multiple linked tabs to calculate value at risk (VaR). The client was not measuring VaR for any of its FTR positions. The volatility and correlation calculations were not properly weighted. In addition, the delta between the published price and the non-published price was […]
READ STUDY »

Cash Month P&L Variance Reduction - Forecast to Actual

Issue Our client’s daily intra-month P&L report had significant variances when compared against the month end actual P&L results. These variances contributed to loss of confidence and trust between the corporate executives and the front and back office. Our objective was to reduce variation and re-establish confidence in the process, thus increasing executive […]
READ STUDY »

Redundant and Incomplete Reports

Issue Our client had hundreds of reports under an old data model which was not meeting its business requirements. Many reports were either duplicates or unnecessary and without extensive report documentation. Report users were busy and needed assistance to revise the reporting framework. Solution Our consultant combined technical expertise […]
READ STUDY »

Improved Overnight Invoice Process

Issue This client’s primary invoicing report failed overnight several times per month. In addition, users could not perform basic invoicing operations in the invoice system GUI. Solution Our consultant had a thorough understanding of the client’s invoicing process and was able to modify the reports and application configurations to […]
READ STUDY »

Improved Nightly Batch Process

Issue Our client’s primary nightly batch process ran over two hours and occasionally did not finish due to the amount of data being processed. The client expected a solution to be implemented within a short time frame. Solution The consultant met with various functional groups to determine how the […]
READ STUDY »

Newsroom »

Long Term LNG Contracts Are The Future For Natural Gas Markets

With a tight gas supply and high global demand, the European Union and other gas importers are coming to terms with the fact that long-term LNG contracts are the only way forward. Read more here: Long-Term-LNG-Contracts-Are-The-Future-For-Natural-Gas-Markets
View Details »

How hydrology could help researchers prepare for a changing electric grid

The U.S. Department of Energy is preparing to award $10 million in grants for research related to “energy sheds." Read the interesting article here: How-hydrology-could-help-researchers-prepare-for-a-changing-electric-grid
View Details »

FERC proposes ‘first-ready, first-served’ interconnection rules to help spur new generation, storage

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission recently issued a proposed rule focused on expediting the current process for connecting new electric generation facilities to the grid. Read the article here: Ferc-proposal
View Details »

U.S. Solar Developers to Spend $6 bln to Boost Domestic Panel Supplies

The U.S. Solar Buyer Consortium will invest $6 billion as it recruits solar panel manufacturers in a long-term strategic plan. Read the article here: us-power-producers-6-bln-plan-boost-solar-supply-chain
View Details »
1 2 3 77