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How Russia’s war with Ukraine is changing the metals and mining trade

Our series of weekly Russia/Ukraine briefings is designed to keep you informed on the impact and challenges the war presents to the oil and gas, mining and metals, power and renewables, corporate and petrochemicals sectors.

This week we focus on Russia’s mined commodity exports, including thermal and metallurgical coal, steel, iron ore, aluminium, copper and nickel.

Find out:

  • How significant are Russia’s mined commodities?
  • What impact would the stranding of these commodities have on global markets?
  • Which commodities have been impacted by sanctions, are there still routes to market – and what alternatives exist to fill any shortfall?

Plus, a snapshot of the latest global geopolitical, economic and corporate implications of the ongoing conflict.

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