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JPMorgan fears energy supercycle to shoot oil prices up to $150

Adds OPEC+ cuts, Russian exports embargo led oil to soar.

by NWMNewsDesk
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Christyan Malek, the head of JPMorgan’s EMEA energy stock research, alerted investors on Friday that the recent Brent price increase would continue its journey upwards to $150 per barrel by 2026, according to a recent research report.

The $150 price warning was sparked by a number of factors, such as capacity shocks, an energy supercycle, and, of course, global attempts to move away from fossil fuels.

Recent production cuts by OPEC+, primarily spearheaded by Saudi Arabia, which nearly eliminated 1 million bpd from the market, along with a Russian embargo on fuel exports, caused crude oil prices to soar.

“Put your seatbelts on. It’s going to be a very volatile supercycle,” Malek told Bloomberg on Friday, as the analyst sounded alarms about OPEC’s production cuts and a lack of investment in new oil production.


Additionally, JPMorgan warned that OPEC+ could add up to 400,000 bpd to global supplies and that Russia’s oil exports may recover by the middle of this year.

The JPM also predicted that oil prices were unlikely to reach $100 per barrel this year unless a significant geopolitical event shook markets.

JPMorgan’s demand growth forecast for China at the time was 770,000 bpd, which was lower than what OPEC and the IEA predicted.

According to JPMorgan, the current global supply and demand mismatch will be 1.1 million barrels per day (bpd) in 2025, but it will increase to a 7.1 million bpd shortfall in 2030 as high demand continues to outpace low supply.

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