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Oil prices could hit $80 per barrel in first half of 2019: JBC Energy

Johannes Benigni of JBC Energy explains why he says oil prices could hit $80 per barrel in the first half of 2019, before more supply comes online in the second half of the year. Prices could then slide towards $50 to $60, he says.

CNBC

March 12th, 2019|

We could see oil prices moving up, analyst says

Richard Gorry, managing director at JBC Energy Asia discusses the oil prices and the OPEC’s relationship with the U.S.

CNBC

February 28th, 2019|

INTERVIEW: Johannes Benigni on the Current Oil Market

•  Non-OPEC  members (especially Russia) play an increasingly important role in global oil balances.
•  The reasons why a country chooses (or does not) to be a member of OPEC are manifold, so the recent decision by Qatar to leave OPEC is not a sign of a clear trend.
•  The US shale supply is probably the most pressing issue right now, with the US having the biggest supply addition in 2018.
•  The production cut that OPEC+ agreed on is necessary, aiming to balance the market in (early 2019).
•  Oil prices are expected to stay around the $60-$65 range and stabilize there.

Al Jazeera America

December 10th, 2018|

The oil market is ‘clearly oversupplied’ now: JBC Energy

There was “more than enough” compensation for the Iranian lost barrels, and the now-oversupplied market requires more active management, says Johannes Benigni of JBC Energy.

CNBC

November 26th, 2018|

JBC Energy chairman: OPEC must not allow oil prices to overheat

Johannes Benigni said the producer group is “going for OPEC 2.0.” 

CNBC

June 22nd, 2018|

OPEC Output Falls to Lowest in a Year

Richard Gorry, JBC Asia managing director, discusses the impact of trade wars on oil demand. He speaks to Haslinda Amin on “Bloomberg Markets.” 

Bloomberg

April 4th, 2018|
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