Trevor Sikorski

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Trevor leads our research into the generation fuels commodities of carbon, coal and natural gas. Trevor has been analysing these commodities for more than 15 years, recently having headed up Barclays Capital's research into this complex for the last five years. Prior to that, Trevor held senior energy analytical roles with Point Carbon, Global Insight and PwC. Trevor holds a Ph.D in economics from the University of Strathclyde. Trevor is a leading analyst in these markets and is regularly featured in media and as a speaker at industry conferences.

Recent publications

  • | China – Feb 2017

    Chinese LNG imports fell seasonally m/m in February to 2.37 Mt but remained higher by 0.52 Mt (28%) y/y. LNG demand may have benefitted from a brief cold spell in Eastern and Southern China in mid-February. Over the first two months of the year, Chinese LNG imports were up by a strong 1.49 Mt (35%) ..

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  • | Sting in the tail

    The outlook for summer gas has been see-sawing in the last couple of months, as the weather has pushed expected end-March storage from around 1.7 tcf at the start of the year to 2.3 tcf in February and now back down to around 2.0 tcf. A final sting in the tail of winter, with biting cold in the nort..

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  • | Mexico – Jan 2017

    Aggregate gas demand in Mexico slipped to 5.01 bcf/d in January, down by 0.36 bcf/d (7%) y/y and broadly on par with the 20-month low seen in December 2016. Gas demand was down y/y across all sectors except for industry, which has posted consecutive monthly y/y increases for nearly two years. Indust..

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  • | Japan – Feb 2017

    Japan imported 7.79 Mt of LNG in February, higher by 5% y/y, marking a second consecutive month of growth. The strong start to 2017 has seen Japanese LNG imports rise by 1.4 Mt (10%) over January and February. The increase came despite warmer-than-average temperatures in February, with HDDs lower th..

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  • | Norway – Feb 2017

    Norwegian gas production was lower by 0.34 bcm (3%) y/y and 1.25 bcm (5 mcm/d) m/m at 10.2 bcm in February according to the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate, as exports fell with milder weather and softer prompt prices. Aggregate Norwegian pipeline exports to Europe averaged just above 0.35 bcm/d on ..

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