Critical Commodities Report

March 3, 2022

In light of the Russia/Ukraine conflict, the Interos Business Analyst Team have evaluated the supply chain volatility of critical resources globally.

As Russia pursues kinetic action against Ukraine, oil prices are rising and breaking levels not seen since 2014. Simultaneously the German government has rescinded approval for the certification process of the Nord Stream 2 Pipeline in the Baltic Sea with major ramifications. The message is clear – from Iron ore to Neon – the ripple effects of the conflict are vast. Read this report to understand the impact of the conflict on our most in-demand commodities.


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