The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) which President Biden signed into law, late last year was expected to take effect, this year. However, given the unprecedented market volatility within the commodities markets, as a direct impact from the Russia-Ukraine conflict, shifts in policy are necessary. Last month, Biden released 30 million barrels of oil from U.S. strategic reserves as part of a 31-nation effort to help ensure that supplies will not fall short due to new realities in Europe. What are the implications for the commodities industry? How can businesses begin to adapt to meet these shifts in long-term goals?
Navigating a pathway to a low-carbon global economy requires a new plan. Join cross-divisional experts from S&P Global Ratings, S&P Global Commodity Insights alongside Market Intelligence, with insights from Niskanen Center Research Analyst, for an interactive discussion on the evolving crisis, with insights on how organizations can shift their strategies to align with regulatory and stakeholder goals.
Attendees of this webinar will gain insights on the following:
- Key trends in the development of hydrogen and battery power infrastructure; clean energy from wind, solar or nuclear generation; and more.
- Insights on how the U.S. can effectively transition the production of power.
- Shifts in climate policies to decarbonize 40% of global carbon dioxide (CO₂) emissions.