Tom Hoskyns

News editor

Tom Hoskyns joined Interfax in October 2012 from ICIS Heren. There he wrote news and analysis of the European power and gas markets, focusing specifically on France, Belgium, Italy and Germany. Before moving to ICIS he reported on developments in global energy law at Law Business Research.

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Jesse Falls, in the Douglas Channel area near Kitimat, BC

Shell to be guinea pig for Canadian LNG

If successful, the LNG Canada development could be the first among many liquefaction projects in British Columbia.

2 October 2018
Loading a cargo at Sabine Pass LNG

Long-term LNG deals will continue to decline – Dediu

The head of McKinsey’s Global Gas and LNG Group discusses Chinese tariffs, the decline of long-term contracts and opportunities for FSRUs.

26 September 2018
A Chinese LNG terminal. Tellurian would not confirm if Chinese companies are using its data room

Tellurian vies to lead second wave of US LNG

The company’s Driftwood LNG project is targeting first gas in 2023, but the extent of demand growth in its target market of China is not guaranteed.

24 September 2018
The Power of Siberia pipeline

China pivot will not affect European supply – Gazprom

The Russian major has said the startup of pipeline flows to China will cause no problems for European customers, even though it is struggling to keep up with demand.

18 September 2018
Gazprom’s annual general shareholders meeting in June 2018

Gazprom straining to keep pace with rivals

The Russian monopoly is committed to a big borrowing plan for 2018, but is facing challenges on multiple fronts.

8 August 2018
Bonny Island LNG plant, Nigeria

Nigeria eyes LNG terminal to combat shortages

Major LNG exporter Nigeria is looking at using an FSRU to import the fuel as a bridging solution for its infrastructure challenges.

29 June 2018
Algerian drilling rig in the desert

Sonatrach mulls gas export capacity expansion plans

The head of the state-owned company tells Interfax of Sonatrach’s plans to boost Algeria’s exports of LNG and pipeline gas.

28 June 2018
Mike Wirth, Chevron’s CEO

Lack of FIDs should not worry industry – US oil execs

Recovering gas prices will trigger the FIDs on LNG projects needed to meet growing demand, speakers have said at the World Gas Conference in Washington DC

27 June 2018

GreenStream works trigger drop in North African exports

Pipeline deliveries from North Africa to Europe plummeted in Week 14, driven by planned maintenance on the GreenStream pipeline from Libya to Italy.

10 April 2018

Gazprom pipeline exports keep growing in 2017

Gazprom managed significant increases in piped gas exports to Germany, Turkey and Austria in 2017.

16 February 2018

African pipeline exports end 2017 down year on year

Deliveries of pipeline gas from North Africa to Europe fell in the final two weeks of 2017.

2 January 2018
An ice-breaking LNG carrier, which will transport cargoes from Yamal LNG.

Russia’s new LNG kid on the block

Novatek managed to get Yamal LNG online this year, but the company will now face competition at home and abroad.

22 December 2017

Saudi Arabia leads drilling slowdown in Middle East

The number of operational rigs targeting gas across the Middle East, East Mediterranean and Pakistan fell marginally in November from the previous month.

8 December 2017

Italian power demand lifts African pipeline flows

Deliveries to Spain fell in Week 32 but volumes to Italy were up as high temperatures continued to feed demand for gas-fired power.

15 August 2017

Novatek mulls transshipment facility in Russia’s far east

Novatek may build a 20 mtpa station to transfer Yamal LNG cargoes from ice-class vessels to standard tankers to reduce costs.

3 August 2017

Italian power sector demand boosts TransMed flows

The volume of North African pipeline gas delivered to Europe rose by 21% in Week 28 as a result of increased flows to Italy through the TransMed.

18 July 2017

Italian contracts keep African flows to Europe high

After a slight drop in Week 11, pipeline deliveries from North Africa to Europe ticked up by 1.1% in Week 12, to 912.6 million cubic metres.

28 March 2017

Gas surpasses coal in UK power market

Gas overtook coal as the UK’s main source of electricity generation in 2016.

27 March 2017

Russia plans to boost LNG output

If realised, Russia’s plans for new liquefaction projects could see the country become the world’s fourth-largest LNG producer in 10 years’ time.

23 March 2017

Algerian exports down despite year-on-year gains

Italian pipeline imports from North Africa fell slightly in Week 11 from a week earlier as domestic demand continued to decline.

21 March 2017

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