Conflict Minerals

Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the “Act”) requires publically held companies such as Innospec to report annually to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) on whether the products they manufacture or contract to manufacture contain conflict minerals. “Conflict minerals” are defined as tantalum, tin, tungsten and gold, refined from columbite-tantalite (also known as coltan), cassiterite, wolframite and gold ores, that originate from certain “covered countries,” defined as the Democratic Republic of Congo and its adjoining countries — Angola, Central African Republic, Burundi, Congo, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia. Innospec does not purchase conflict minerals directly from smelters or mines.

To our Suppliers:

Innospec is committed to the responsible sourcing of materials necessary to the functionality or production of the products that Innospec manufactures or contracts to manufacture. Accordingly, Innospec will collaborate with its suppliers to work toward a conflict-free supply chain. Innospec expects its suppliers to adopt policies and management systems consistent with the Act and this policy, to supply materials, products, and components that are conflict-free and to in turn require their suppliers to adopt similar policies, systems and socially responsible sourcing practices. To that end, Innospec also expects our suppliers to respond to our inquiries and provide certifications supporting their commitment to being or becoming conflict-free and documenting countries of origin for conflict minerals that they purchase.

If you are an Innospec supplier, we expect you to agree to our standard terms and conditions, which require our suppliers to ensure that conflict minerals are not necessary to the functionality or production of the goods supplied to Innospec. Further, if you have been asked to submit a response to our Conflict Minerals Questionnaire, we expect you to respond as soon as practicable and thank you for your cooperation and assistance in this important matter.

To our Customers:

Innospec customers who are required to comply with the Act may request information regarding conflict minerals content in products supplied by Innospec. Innospec will endeavor to respond to customer inquiries in a timely manner. All customer inquiries and communications regarding conflict minerals should be sent to the Innospec Conflict Minerals team at the following e-mail address [email protected].

Reports and Disclosures:

Innospec Inc. has filed the following Conflict Minerals Disclosure and Report for the calendar year ending on December 31, 2021.