Trevor Sikorski

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Trevor Sikorski is the Head of Natural Gas and Carbon Research at Energy Aspects. Trevor has been analysing European energy and environmental markets for more than 15 years, having held senior analytical research roles with Barclays Capital, Point Carbon, Global Insight and PwC. He has an in-depth understanding of the global markets for generation fuels and carbon, including their fundamentals, trading behaviours, and complex interactions. In 2010, he was named the top carbon market analyst by Environmental Finance magazine and was in Commodity Magazine’s commodities research team of the year in 2011. Trevor is frequently featured in leading media outlets, including the Financial Times, BBC News, Reuters, Bloomberg, CNBC, Wall Street Journal, and Sky News.

Recent publications

  • | Norway – Jul 2017

    Norwegian gas output was up y/y in July and was at the highest level for any summer month on record owing to a lighter annual works schedule and very high output from the giant Troll field. Aggregate gas production was 10.59 bcm in July according to the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD), up by ..

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  • | Japan – Jul 2017

    Following a marginal y/y decline in June, Japanese LNG imports climbed by 0.24 Mt y/y (4%) in July to 6.82 Mt. Over the first seven months of the year, Japanese imports have beaten expectations, growing by 2.48 Mt y/y to 50 Mt. July was a particularly hot month in Japan, indeed it was the hottest J..

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  • | Introducing China

    In July, the drop in EUA prices to 4.5 €/t that we had expected simply did not occur. EUA prices consistently traded in a reasonably tight range between 5 €/t and 5.5 €/t, with a monthly average of 5.27 €/t. We had expected July and August to be a real test of the emissions market given the y/y h..

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  • | European gas

    Please note that due to the summer break the next edition of European Panorama will be published on 21 August. The NBP jumped last week as capacity constraints at the Kollsnes processing plant were extended until 1 October, although the TTF was largely unmoved. NBP D+1 prices rose by 6% (2.26 p/the..

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  • | European carbon

    Please note that due to the summer break the next edition of Carbon weekly will be published on 21 August. While a 6% w/w loss two weeks ago seemed to herald the end of the unexpected July price rally, EUA price action last week suggested otherwise, up by 9 cents (1.8%) to hit 5.18 €/t at Friday’s ..

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