About S&P Global Commodity Insights
Powering the Markets
S&P Global Platts and IHS Markit ENR combine to become S&P Global Commodity Insights. S&P Global Commodity Insights brings together highly complementary capabilities to power the markets of the future.
Assessments & Benchmarks
We engage with market participants and evolve rigorous methodologies for assessments that reflect a commodity’s true value. Along with news and market commentary, our assessments help you make successful trading decisions.
We partner with you to enhance workflows, increase efficiency and optimize business processes by leveraging AI-driven software and applications, integrated platforms and machine delivery.
Research & Insights
We develop deep, interconnected industry analysis and forecasts across the full energy and commodities value chain. Subscriptions to our market insights and analysis include access to subject matter experts.
Conferences & Advisory Solutions
We provide consulting services on current challenges such as renewables and energy transition, and host education sessions, webinars, and premier events like CERAWeek and Global Power Markets.
Together we are helping companies like yours with highly relevant information, expert analysis, and workflow solutions you need to maintain your competitive edge.
Infographic: Russian invasion of Ukraine puts spotlight on security of oil, gas and commodities flows
Conflict in Ukraine following Russian troops launching attacks across international borders on Feb. 24, has already had a major impact on prices of key commodities from oil and gas through to steel and grains. Europe is heavily reliant on gas and Urals crude via the Druzhba pipeline to refiners across the region.
Ukraine is also considered Europe's bread basket and a major supplier of wheat amongst other key commodities shipped through its ports.
S&P Global Platts Analytics has said its base case demand forecast continues to assume growth of 4.1 million b/d in 2022. However, under a limited incursion scenario in Ukraine, global demand growth could ease by 0.7 million b/d.
This infographic was originally released on Feb. 15 and updated on Feb. 24.