Monday 30th July 2018. Crude prices continue to creep up putting heating oil prices under pressure again. Brent is up by $0.43 or 0.58% to $74.72. WTI is up by $0.81 or 1.18% to $69.50. The #heatingoil price is also up by $0.56 or 0.26% to $2.1608. UK Heating oil prices have once again risen since my last blog, by 0.13ppl.
The news from theweatheroutlook.com website for the rest of the week and next week is included below.
Monday: All regions have sunny spells but showers become widespread during the afternoon, although the south east may remain mostly dry. Rather cool in the north and west, but in eastern England temperatures could reach a warm 27C (81F).
Tuesday: Showery rain pushes eastwards across southern and central regions early in the day and is followed by warm sunny spells. Northern areas start dry but during the afternoon cloud and outbreaks of rain spread into the west. Temperatures will be close to the seasonal average in the south but the north has quite a cool day.
Wednesday: Southern and central regions are expected to have a dry day with spells of warm sunshine, particularly in the east. In the north and across Northern Ireland thicker cloud brings outbreaks of rain, although in eastern Scotland it could remain mostly dry.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Warmer and drier weather spreads northwards through the period but there could be showery rain in the north at times. In southern and central regions it probably becomes very warm or possibly hot with temperatures climbing above 30C (86F) later on.
From Sunday 5th August, possibly becoming hot again in the south. The southern half of the UK has a lot of fine and very warm or hot weather, and there is a possibility of it becoming very hot again. Northern areas should also have a good deal of dry and warm weather but at times it may be more changeable.
Well, the downward cycle did not last as long as excpected and prices were forced back up by the rise in crude oil. Today, average #heatingoil prices have settled at 51.60ppl and have stabilised for the time being awaiting reaction from the market place. The last 31 days do show #heatingoil prices trending downwards though short term prices indicate otherwise. At present, prices are good comparitively speaking and it still beneficial as a consumer to get multiple #heatingoil quotes from heatingoilshop.com for a better understanding and comparison of your local market.
The last 14 days has seen average heating oil prices generally rise to levels at the beginning of the period. Average prices of #heatingoil are still good at 51.60ppl and it seems that prices will fluctuate between 51.00ppl and 51.60ppl. Prices are keen out in the market place and there are bargains to be had. Take the oppoprtunity to get multiple quotes from heatingoilshop.com. At the moment the average UK price for a 500 litre load is £258.00, on a 1000 litre fill £516.00. The only way to really find out if there are any bargains to be had is to use heatingoilshop.com and get multiple quotes from your local suppliers.
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Over the last 7 days the average UK #heatingoil price has increased over the last 7 days by 0.58ppl. The average UK price today is 51.73ppl and the average for the week now is 51.43pp.
Prices in England show a rise of 0.63 to 51.30ppl with average prices settling at 50.97ppl.
In Scotland prices are up by 0.21ppl to 54.96ppl, with a 7 day average of 54.81ppl. Wales saw an increase of 0.60ppl to 51.53ppl with a 7 day average of 51.27ppl. In Northern Ireland prices are down up 0.15ppl to 49.13ppl with a 7 day average of 49.00ppl.
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