Oil prices are in a holding pattern as we await the outcome of the OPEC+ meeting in a few days, and while the result of that meeting will almost completely control the direction of oil prices in the near-term, there is a bit of disagreement among analysts over the bigger picture in regards to the trajectory of oil prices going forward. So, let’s take a look at two different outlooks, one bearish and the other bullish. The bearish case Oil prices have fallen back from $80 per barrel, the direct result of the market recalibrating to the likelihood…