The oil market will rebalance in the next several months as a price collapse boosts consumption and curbs supplies, the International Energy Agency said, a day after Saudi Arabia’s oil minister told reporters demand is rising. An oil price as low as $45 a barrel is unsustainable, Fatih Birol, the chief economist for the Paris-based adviser to 29 nations, said at a conference in London Thursday. Investment cuts in the U.S., Russia and Brazil will curtail output growth, bringing supply and demand back in line, he said. “As a result of lower prices, there will be downward pressure on production,” Birol said, adding that the market will rebalance in the coming months or quarters. “As a result of lower prices, there will upward pressure on demand.” Oil slumped by almost half in 2014 as the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries maintained output amid the fastest U.S. production […]