Tuesday 3rd July 2018. Overall crude prices fell over the last 4 days. Today, however Brent is on the move up again. Brent Crude has risen by $0.60 or 0.78% to $77.90. WTI is up by $0.75 or 1.01% to $74.69. The #heatingoil price is up by 0.58% or $1.26 to $2.1684. In actual fact the heating oil price is lower than last Friday’s and as such there has been a stabilisation in UK heating oil prices. As many of you are finding out it is still a good time for you to get multiple #heatingoil quotes from heatingoilshop.com for a better understanding and comparison of your local market.
The news from theweatheroutlook.com website for the rest of the week and next week is included below.
Tuesday: Most of the UK has a fine day with sunny spells but a few showers are possible in Scotland and southern counties may be cloudier than recently. Very warm for most but cooler near the east coast.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: All of the UK has a good deal of fine and very warm or hot weather, however there is a risk of thunderstorms. Cloudbursts could lead to localised flooding but many places are expected to remain dry throughout. In the south there is the potential for maximum temperatures to reach or exceed 30C (86F) on all days as heatwave conditions continue.
From Monday 9th July it will be predominantly fine and very warm. A good deal of fine weather is expected during the week and it is likely to be very warm or hot, especially in the south. In the north there is a chance of more changeable and less warm spells. In the south thunderstorms remain a possibility.
The last 31 days has seen average UK #heatingoil prices in the main tumble with an average decreases now averaging a decrease of 2.04ppl but with a resurgence in price increases on the 29th June. The price is now starting to drop off again. We believe heating oil prices may have reached their optimum price will stabilise and fall further. The hot weather spell is likely to continue and will offer price opportunities at a local level. Look for bargains as suppliers are encouraged to trim margins.
Over the last 14 days and average prices gradually, the #heatingoil price surged up on the 29th June. All of the gain in lower prices over this period has been virtually wiped out. However, prices are waning again. Further warm weather here should push prices lower in the coming week. At the moment the average UK price for a 500 litre load has risen to £258.15, on a 1000 litre fill £516.30. There may well be some bargains to be had out there. The only way to really find out is to use heatingoilshop.com and get multiple quotes from your local suppliers.
Using a broker at this time of high prices in the summer months is financially a bad bet. Why pay that extra commission charge on top, which is not apparent unless you read the T & C’s for some. Heatingoilshop.com prides itself on not charging commissions, Saturday delivery charges and general website usage charges.
Our advice is to keep those tanks topped up this time of year especially with these prices. If you are low on fuel, less than 25% then you need to take action now and fill up at good prices.
Please check your tank levels asap and if need be, get multiple
#heatingoilquotes by visiting http://heatingoilshop.com , today and get multiple #heatingoilquotes from local suppliers and top-up for less without paying commission or other charges being added. You could save yourself some money.
Over the last 7 days the average UK #heatingoil price has increased over the last 7 days. The average UK price today is now up ton to 51.65 a rise of 0.63ppl or 1.23% over the week. The average for the week now is 51.48ppl.
Around the Regions:
Prices in England are up by 0.75ppl or 1.49% to 51.14ppl with average prices settling at 50.94ppl.
In Scotland prices are up by 0.45ppl, 0.83% to 54.99ppl with a 7 day average of 54.85ppl. Wales saw a rise of 0.68ppl or 1.33% to 51.89ppl with a 7 day average of 51.62ppl. In Northern Ireland prices fell by 2.81% or 1.45ppl to 50.11ppl with a 7 day average of 50.37ppl.
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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.
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