Oil could be headed back to US$100 a barrel this year: Industry experts

A surprise production cut by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies (OPEC plus) is just one factor lifting the spirits of Canada’s energy sector executives these days, as experts say crude prices could return to US$100 a barrel later this year.
“Buoyant” and “extremely positive” were some of the terms used by CEOs on Tuesday to describe the mood at a major oil and gas conference in Toronto, which took place just two days after the unexpected move by OPEC sent oil futures surging.