“Incredible demand,” inflation, and shareholder pressure on oil supermajors to drastically cut emissions could lead to an oil crisis within three years, with very high oil and gasoline prices, David Tawil, president of Maglan Capital, told Fox Business on Wednesday.
Tawil has been very bullish on oil for some time, and thinks that the prices could hit $100 per barrel soon.
In the near term, oil prices have more room to rise, both from inflationary standpoint but also from demand standpoint, he told Fox Business.
Oil prices are set to rise “consistently and considerably now into the end of the year,” Tawil said.
Moreover, supply from the oil supermajors could be also coming off, due to shareholder and environmental pressure. In the United States, the Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) concerns, as well as the U.S. Administration’s push toward renewables and away from fossil fuels, would also contribute to lower supply and lead to a supply crunch in coming years, according to Maglan Capital’s Tawil.
The world’s largest independent commodity traders are also bullish on oil, not ruling out $100 oil.
Although oil may not be headed to a new supercycle, prices still have room to rise from current levels because of a strong demand rebound and expected tightness in supply, top executives at Trafigura, Vitol, and Glencore said at the FT Commodities Global Summit earlier this week.- READ MORE
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