Financial Times – Commodities Global Summit

The journey to net-zero is going to be anything but straightforward – that much is clear. The recent power crunch in Europe and China has highlighted the fragility of the world’s energy system, forcing some assumptions around fossil fuels to be rapidly rethought. It has also shown the interconnectedness of the commodity markets and how the impact of decarbonization will be felt well beyond the natural resources industry, shaping the political and economic agenda. The crisis also has important lessons for the future, underscoring the importance of investing in new sources of supply. For commodity traders, this fast changing and complex backdrop offers both opportunities and challenges as they try to balance their existing businesses while investing in renewable energy and sustainable production.

Now in its 11th year, FT Commodities Global Summit has established itself as the pre-eminent gathering of senior commodity executives, traders and financiers.

After a two-year absence the Summit will be returning in person to the Beau Rivage Hotel in Switzerland and will feature some of the biggest names speaking on the trend that matters most in natural resources – the decarbonization of the global economy.


Mar 21 - 23 2022


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