Sunday September 30th 2018. Crude oil prices had settled down over the last 2 days but have risen again. Brent prices are up by $1.35 (1.66%) and is $82.73. WTI is up by $1.13 (1.57%) to $73.25. Both crudes are now increasing by the same percentage rate. The #heatingoil price is up $2.25 (0.97%) to $2.3485. The rise in base heating oil will push UK, #heatingoilprices up between 0.48ppl and 0.51ppl tomorrow depending on where you live. Again, we recommend you keep an eye on prices as the overall picture still suggests much higher prices are around the corner. Sanctions on Iran will be biting early November, so fill up your heating oil tanks as soon as you can.
The news from theweatheroutlook.com website for the rest of the week and next week is included below.
Sunday: Cloudy and wet weather in the north steadily pushes southeastwards but the rain becomes increasingly light and patchy. Southern counties remain generally dry but after a bright and chilly start cloud may build.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: Changeable weather is expected in the northern half of the UK with wet and windy spells alternating with drier and brighter ones. In the south there will be more emphasis on fine weather, although there is a possibility of some rain. Temperatures generally close to the seasonal average.
From Friday 5th October there will be settled periods mostly in the south. A lot of dry weather is predicted for the southern half of the UK during the forecast period. In the north more unsettled conditions are expected and at times the risk of rain could extend into the south. Daytime temperatures probably stay quite close to the average but there could be some cold nights which bring an increasing risk of frost and fog.
The overall 31 day period trend continues upward and the best time to buy is in a downward trough. This 31 day period has seen some pretty steep rises, none so morer effective than the last 6 days which looks to continue through until Wednesday 3rd October. The rise over the last 31 days has put an extra £15.50 on a 500 litre delivery and £31.00 on a 1000 litre delivery. Our own online site survey today continues to show an upward trend with todays price putting on 0.09ppl to an average of 56.385ppl. We believe the upward swing mayl settle down by Wednesday. Longterm, we are still confident in predicting the underlying Heating Oil price will continue to rise and reach 60.0ppl before the end of October. So, getting your fuel in now may just prove to be the right action.
Further rises in UK #heatingoil prices expected tomorrow.
At this time of year of cooler nights and even frosty mornings we anticipate a rapid uptake in heating oil usage and prices. We are not expecting prices to move downward in the long term, but in the short term there may be some price breaks which you as a consumer need to take advantage off when they are lower. Do sign up with our twitter page ukheatingoils and keep uptodate. Today’s average #heatingoil prices are up to 56.28ppl but our own survey of online sites confirms average prices of 56.38ppl.
So, the trend continues upwards there was another small price rise today and we are expecting prices to continue upwards by small amounts up until Wednesday. So, we highly recommend filling those tanks up now by getting multiple #heatingoilquotes from heatingoilshop.com today and comparing. We have seen low prices of 54.60ppl and highs of 57.94ppl (inc vat) with low and high prices differing by 3.34ppl. So you could save up to £16.70 (500) or £33.40 (1000) by comparing prices from our suppliers in your area.
Prices will continue to fluctuate between 54.00ppl and 59.00ppl inc vat with 60ppl on the horizon for a revised date of late October.
Our Sunday (today) average UK
#heatingoilprice update shows 500 litres based on our survey prices is £281.89 1000 litres up to £563.78. It’s a very good and still competitive time to get multiple #heatingoilquotes from heatingoilshop.com and see if you can reduce your overall #heatingoil costs this Autumn.
Our advice is to keep those tanks topped up without paying commission or other charges being added. If you are low on fuel, less than 25% then you need to take action now and fill up at good prices.
#England prices rose 2.13ppl to 56.17ppl.
#Scotland prices rose by 1.22ppl to 57.89ppl.
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