Oil prices are lower as weak manufacturing data from China and Japan weigh on the demand outlook. This comes as investors brace for this week's OPEC+ meeting on supply adjustments. Meanwhile, interruptions to gas supplies over the past weeks represented an ominous foreshadowing of what Russia may do to Europe this winter. Jay Hatfield, CEO and Portfolio Manager at Infrastructure Capital Advisors, breaks down the state of the global oil demand and what supply constraints mean for prices.