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About RBAC Inc.

RBAC Inc. licenses economic forecasting tools the energy industry, as well as State and Federal government agencies involved with Energy, Transportation and the Environment. RBAC’s principal products include the industry standard GPCM® Natural Gas Market Forecasting System™, the GPCM Base Case Database for North America, and GPCM Viewpoints® on Natural Gas.

We continuously advance our modeling tools through technology, feature development and regularly released updates based on client requests and energy industry needs. Those needs resulted in our  development of RBAC’s North American Natural Gas Liquids Model (NGL-NA™) and the G2M2® Global Gas Market Modeling System.

Licensees of RBAC’s systems are involved in natural gas exploration and production, LNG infrastructure development and marketing, natural gas marketing and transportation, electric power generation, natural gas distribution, and commodities trading, as well as most of the major consulting firms that service business and planning needs of the energy industry and its bankers.

Dr. Robert Brooks founded RBAC in 1987 based on experience developing several well respected predictive models since his first work on his doctoral research in natural gas transportation economics at MIT in the 70’s.

Designing forecasting tools for global energy market prices, basis, and flows is RBAC’s core business.

RBAC’s staff includes experts in natural gas supply, demand, marketing and transportation as well as the dynamic global pipeline and LNG markets. Our team applies its world class expertise in mathematical modeling, statistical analysis, mathematical algorithm development, software engineering, and database design to current and future challenges, risks and opportunities in energy.

For additional information about RBAC or any of RBAC’s products, please contact James Brooks directly at (281) 506-0588 ext. 126.

© 2018 RBAC, Inc. All rights reserved.  GPCM, GPCM Natural Gas Market Forecasting System, GPCM Daily, GPCM Viewpoints, GPCM-PMI, G2M2 and NGL-NA are trademarks of RT7K, LLC and are used with its permission.