Monday 28th January 2019. Crude oil prices have fallen again and OPEC are struggling to maintain higher prices. Brent prices are down by $1.03 (1.67%) and is $60.61. WTI is down $1.03 also (1.92%) today and is at $52.66. To look at current prices in the trading market go to our home page and half way down you’ll see a live market trading position.
The #heatingoil price has also fallen. Prices are down $2.86 (1.51%) to $1.8631 signifying that UK heating oil prices after going up this week are already falling this week.
UK Domestic heating oil prices have decreased steadily over the last 5 days after adjusting for some late data and there has been a slight drop today. Prices could rise this week in anticipation of further cold weather. So, fill up your heating oil tanks on these lower prices for now. Choose heatingoilshop.com
The weather news from theweatheroutlook.com. Often cold with a risk of snow.
Monday: Wintry showers affect eastern and western coastal counties, as well as northern Britain. Near the east coast they could be heavy at times. Inland areas have a dry and bright day. Cold.
Tuesday: Heavy wintry showers are likely in the north west. Elsewhere the day starts dry and frosty. Through the morning outbreaks of rain push into the south west and later in the day they spread eastwards across much of England and Wales. The rain turns to snow in places, especially over higher ground, and disruptive accumulations are possible. Central and eastern Scotland, as well as the far north of England, probably remain dry. Cold.
Wednesday: Rain and snow clear from the south east during the early hours. The rest of the day brings sunny spells but there will be further wintry showers which could be heavy. Cold or very cold with frost early and late.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Changeable weather continues. Early in the period heavy outbreaks of rain spread northeastwards and they could turn to sleet or snow. In southern counties the snow should turn back to rain as temperatures edge upwards. In central and northern regions it may remain cold with a mix of rain, sleet and snow on Thursday and Friday. Through Saturday and Sunday colder and bright conditions return southwards.
From Monday 4th February,
Uncertain but probably cold. The weather prospects for this week are very uncertain. Three possible outcomes are considered:
1) A continuation of the rather cold and changeable theme. That would lead to the likelihood of further wintry showers and longer periods of rain, sleet and snow.
2) A transition to a much colder easterly flow with sleet or snow showers in eastern counties.
3) A transition to a milder set-up with a southwesterly flow returning.
On balance, option 1 is currently favoured but 2 and 3 are almost as likely.
Just over the last 10 days distributor average prices have only risen by 0.05ppl and the trend is upwards but hovering on a further turn down. Average Prices today are down 0.03 to 50.03ppl. We feel these may move further upwards next week as the forecasted colder weather in the next 2 weeks makes an impact.
UK domestic #heatingoil prices have been pretty much stable. until the 22nd. The two deciding factors on prices in the next week will be the price of crude oil and the UK weather. Most forecasters are now predicting that temperatures will stay low for at least another 2 weeks . In this cold weather we anticipate an increase in demand for
#heatingoil. Please don’t forget to check your tank levels and bear in mind it may take a week or so to deliver.
Keep warm ! Quotes now from http://HEATINGOILSHOP.com today and save money by not using a broker!
We also recommend using #heatingoil distributors as opposed to brokers because you can save money on final prices. Brokers do charge for additional costs such as delivery and commission. So avoid brokers and get #heatingoilquotes from real heating oil distributors through heatingoilshop.com today and compare your local prices. The weather, a weak dollar and rising crude prices playing an intricate part in pricing and we are about to enter a colder period. So, getting your fuel at these good prices may just prove to be the right investment to make. Do sign up with our twitter page ukheatingoils and keep up to date on daily pricing.
Today, average prices for distributors fell by 0.03ppl to 50.03ppl but by contrast average broker prices fell by 0.37ppl to 53.20ppl. The difference between average distributor
#heatingoil prices versus average online heating oil broker prices today is a whopping still 3.17ppl inc vat.
This means you can save an average of £15.85 on 500 Lts or £31.70 on a 1000 litres by not using a broker. You could possibly save a lot more. So don’t waste your money. Don’t pay through the nose for your
#heatingoil from a broker?
Wise up, brokers charge a variety of commissions, surcharges & admin charges or a mixture of all. These affect your final bill. Choose HEATINGOILSHOP.com for multiple quotes from your local suppliers without the charges. As you can see using a broker today, can cost you more and it varies from day to day. Choose Multiple
#heatingoilquotes from HEATINGOILSHOP.com where there are no commissions, delivery or other surcharges. 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.
Over the last 10 days the online broker market has stabilised and have started to move up with prices culminating in an average increase of 1.90ppl over the last 10 days. After today’s fall of 0.57ppl, average broker prices are now 53.20pp. Today, (28th) we have seen average low prices of 49.50ppl inc vat and average highs of 59.17ppl (inc vat).
You would be better of comparing prices from suppliers in your area using heatingoilshop.com. Remember, prices change daily and could change hourly.
As for individual on line brokers, we see TankTopper jostled into the number 1 slot as being the most expensive today at 59.17ppl. Directoil continues to be uncompetitive and is in serond placeat 54.94ppl.
Average broker prices today are 53.20ppl inc vat and are on average 3.17ppl dearer than distributors. They are affected by postcode location, commission rates and delivery slots available to them from oil distributors. All will carry commission, some will have additional charges added on or both. All additional charges puts up the final PPL price to you. Why should you pay more?
You’re better off getting multiple quotes through heatingoilshop.com and comparing prices without having to pay commissions or admin charges. It really is time to get multiple heating oil quotes from heatingoilshop.com‘s suppliers and stop paying commissions to brokers. So, hop over to heatingoilshop.com to see if you can reduce your overall
#heatingoil costs this Winter.
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.
Over the last 7 days there has been a fall in average UK oil distributor
#heatingoil prices on the week of 0.42ppl to 50.03ppl.
#Scotland prices fell by 0.42ppl to 52.33ppl.
For current price trends, head on over to heatingoilshop.com and get multiple #heatingoilquotes from suppliers to your area.
Heatingoilshop.com prides itself on not charging commissions, Saturday delivery charges and general website usage charges.
The average price table is a guide only and does not constitute an offer. As regional, postcode and supplier differences occur, we encourage you to obtain multiple and competitive #heatingoilquotes from heatingoilshop.com to get the latest deals and prices from the suppliers delivering to your area.
Please note, we do not charge suppliers or consumers brokerage commissions nor do we add surcharges like other sites.