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Citi’s Morse Sees $90 Ceiling for Brent

Refiners could continue to see growth even as the price of Brent crude develops a ceiling of $90 per barrel, Citigroup Head of Commodities Research Ed Morse said Monday.

A "price trigger" in crude oil led companies to pour money into new technology over the past decade, he said. "And here were are growing our production base by over a million barrels a day per year, and there's no real end in sight."

On "Fast Money," Morse said that new drilling technology would help lead prices lower.

"We think that the trading range of Brent, which has been $90 to $120 solidly for the last two years, is going to see that $90 floor become the $90 ceiling by the end of the decade," he said.

Morse said that refinery companies would win.

"There's no doubt the refiners will continue to benefit because we're still essentially a landlocked country," he said, adding that the market would see "crude oil priced under world market levels for as far into the future as I care to think."

Service companies, Morse added, was "a phenomenon that is going to explode across the planet by the end of this decade, and companies that know how to do this drilling are the companies that are going to benefit from the spread of this U.S. revolution to the rest of the world."

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