Oil has jumped to $76 a barrel today because BP ( BP - Get Report) had to close a pipeline down last weekend, Jim Cramer said on his "RealMoney" radio show Monday.

Tesoro ( TSO), which is dependent on BP, is going to be in trouble because of this, he said. Interestingly enough the stock is up today, but that doesn't make any sense to Cramer.

Oil is not going back to $30 a barrel, he said. When oil jumped to $45, people thought it was because the federal government kept filling the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Then it went to $50 a barrel, and we heard this was because of hedge fund speculation.

When we got to $60, people heard it was due to tensions in Iraq; and at $70, it was issues with Iran.

Each time we fabricate a reason as to why oil continues to go up, but maybe it's not going back down, Cramer said. Although we hear about a great boom in alternative fuels, Cramer said he doesn't know of anybody who really uses them.

Thus, the only way to fight the high price of oil is to own an oil stock, he said.

Baker Hughes ( BHI) and Chevron ( CVX - Get Report) are two oil plays that Cramer believes could make you some money. McDermottt ( MDR - Get Report) is a company that's on fire, Cramer said.

This is an infrastructure stock, which people wrongly believe is tied to Fed rates. The infrastructure sector is one of the least Fed-dependent sectors, Cramer said. McDermott reported a monster quarter with a beautiful backlog, and the stock is up 40 cents.

The infrastructure sector is the most undervalued group in the market. Cramer's favorite in the group is ABB ( ABB - Get Report), which he owns for his charitable trust, Action Alerts PLUS.

Last weekend, Cramer said he took apart an ABB report. This is a stock that he predicts should be at $16. ABB was recently at $12.98.

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long ABB.

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