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Example 1

Using the Energy Matrix cloud-based technology platform, called EMX, an upstream Producer can make their business more efficient and increase data accuracy by improving how information is exchanged with service providers, business partners and external stakeholders.

Here is how it works:

1. Crude Oil Trucking company's send run ticket data into the Volume Reconciliation service


2. The Volume Reconciliation service nets the tickets and matches them with a corresponding invoice or purchaser statement ticket


3. The netting and reconciled run ticket is sent to the Data Exchange service


4. The Data Exchange service transforms the run ticket data into a format that can be loaded by a back-office Production/Revenue Accounting system


5. The back-office Production/Revenue Accounting system sends daily and monthly volume data to the Data Exchange service


6. External Partners retrieve the volume data from the Data Exchange service, which can also be transformed for loading into their back-office Production/Revenue Accounting system


7. The back-office Production/Revenue Accounting system sends the invoices, statements and reports to the Document Exchange service


8. Service providers, business partners and external stakeholders retrieve the invoices, statements and reports from the Document Exchange service