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The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is an ongoing global situation with implications on lives and activities. At IHS Markit, our experts leverage proprietary data, software & analytics and analysis to offer timely insight into what this means for current needs and future security.

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Light-speed oil surplus: Emergency conditions for the oil industry


COVID-19: Impact on global thermal and metallurgical coal markets


Fertecon Futures Reports
24 Mar 2020


The impact of coronavirus on fertilizer prices has been mixed so far. Tighter supply of phosphates due to the production constraints in China has prompted a reversal in the downward trend, while the price of sulphuric acid, already weak, has all but collapsed. This report reviews how disruptions to supply chains and logistics are affecting the market.


Crude Oil Markets
20 Mar 2020


This is what the world of oil is facing as demand temporarily collapses and prices fall near lows not seen since the late 1990s. This is an emergency situation for the oil industry given the extreme speed at which this is unfolding. Will adjustments, albeit severe, be coordinated or unfold chaotically?


Plays and Basins | Energy Technical Report
19 Mar 2020


IHS Markit analysis suggests the market is facing the build-up of an extreme global oil surplus. The combined negative feedback loop of the oil price war and a global recession induced by the COVID-19 could create a surplus.


McCloskey Coal Report - Global Coal Insight
16 Mar 2020


The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has reduced Chinese coal demand, while its supply chain is relatively intact, with coal production set to be back in full force by mid-March. Having already drifted toward oversupply prior to the outbreak, an oversupply of domestic coal now appears assured. In this report, IHS Markit considers the main impacts of COVID-19 on China, Japan, and South Korea as well as the global coal markets more broadly.

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