Senior energy analyst
Catriona Scott has more than 10 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. Prior to joining Interfax, Catriona worked in research and consulting at Wood Mackenzie, where she focused on Asia Pacific and was a lead analyst for China. Catriona then joined Gas Strategies, where her consulting work included the negotiation of a gas-to-power sales contract in Russia and project management of a UK gas storage capacity allocation process. Catriona has a BA in Chinese and Asia Pacific Studies from the University of Leeds and a diploma in Financial Management from the ACCA.
South Korea’s new government is rolling out new energy policies – with big implications for the power sector. These changes could create opportunities for gas-fired power generation.
21 July 2017
Prices at the UK hub have seen supply-side support as a result of further production outages in Norway.
19 July 2017
Technical problems at Norway’s Kollsnes plant will help support UK prices, but not for long.
12 July 2017
The power sectors in Japan and South Korea are currently set on contrasting paths when it comes to nuclear and coal. How the generation mix in both countries develops has implications for gas demand and LNG imports.
11 July 2017
Problems with the SEGAL pipeline system are affecting flows from Norway, providing a floor for prices at the NBP.
5 July 2017
An unexpected outage at the SEGAL pipeline has hit exports from Norway, pushing up the NBP price.
28 June 2017
The dichotomy between Beijing’s targets to boost gas use and the dynamics of a volatile world market was discussed at an Interfax breakfast seminar in London on Tuesday.
28 June 2017
China’s gas market is set to grow and will become increasingly dependent on imports – this will result in a need for more piped and LNG imports.
22 June 2017
The permanent closure of the UK's Rough storage facility will cause major volatility in gas prices at the NBP during winter.
21 June 2017
The NBP day-ahead price was down to 36 p/th on Tuesday, a 6% decline from the highs seen last week.
7 June 2017
The power sector supported Europe’s gas demand growth last year, but with changes taking place in the gas and power markets that growth is not set to continue.
26 May 2017
The NBP is under pressure while Continental hubs have seen small gains.
24 May 2017
European hub prices are expected to decline over the coming week as demand-side support falls.
17 May 2017
Temperatures are expected to rise following unseasonably cold weather over the past week, reducing demand-side support for prices.
10 May 2017
UK prices have been buoyed by strong demand and problems with supplies, but are expected to come under pressure later this week.
3 May 2017
Reactors 3 and 4 at the Takahama nuclear power plant are set to restart by early Q3, boosting Japanese generation capacity.
27 April 2017
Cooler temperatures across Europe have boosted weather-related gas consumption while storage levels have fallen in the UK.
26 April 2017
Thailand is set to become increasingly dependent on imported LNG and could be vulnerable to price spikes as the market tightens.
21 April 2017
Below-average temperatures are forecast for many of the continent’s large markets over the next week, supporting demand.
19 April 2017
Day-ahead prices at Europe’s major hubs have fallen over the past week, with demand weaker despite tighter supply.
12 April 2017