Sunday 13th May 2018. Brent Crude has lost some ground over the last two days and is down by $0.35 or 0.45% to $77.12 Similarly, WTI is also moving down by $0.66 to $70.70 or 0.92%. The #heatingoil price is also down at $2.2220 losing $0.08 or 0.04%. UK domestic heating oil market prices are starting to fall back gradually. We are expecting to see an average UK decrease of approximately drop of 0.03ppl or greater tomorrow morning.
The news from theweatheroutlook.com website for the rest of the week and next week is included below.
Sunday: Heavy showery rain is likely in places but there should be drier and brighter spells too. Quite cool for most but again it may be warmer in the east if sunny spells develop.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: Early in the period it could briefly turn warmer, especially in southern areas. Nonetheless the general theme is a changeable one with showers or longer spells of rain at times. Dry spells are most likely in the south and possibly west.
Mixed but more settled and warmer later.
From Friday 18th May it will be changeable. Showers or longer spells of rain in all regions during the first half of the week. The coolest and wettest spells are likely in the north west with drier and warmer periods more frequent in the south east. Through the second half of the week it may turn generally warmer and more settled.
The last 31 days has seen average UK #heatingoil prices generally tumbling by an average of 3.68ppl until the 9th May. Rhetoric by President Trump over the Iranian agreement forced crude and all petroleum products up in price. By comparison this day last year the average price for heating oil was 38.72! Realistically if we were to lose 6ppl at the height of the summer season we would be lucky. Traditionally, prices have fallen in the last few years in the summer months. However, prices are surprisingly still moving downward and may look to stabilise in the coming weeks.
More recently, the last 14 days UK heating oil prices had continued to fall until President Trump threw the Iranian agreement out. As a result crude oil prices rose as did UK market place prices. Prices have now shown a steep upward trend and have gained 1.26ppl over the period. We believe prices will fall gradually over the next week as the markets stabilise after the knee jerk reaction.
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.
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Over the last 7 days the average UK #heatingoil price has sharply increase as per our comment above. However, there were 3 price increases Thursday thru to Saturday. The average UK price today is now 52.97ppl this is a 1.41ppl rise over the week. The average is now 51.88ppl.
England: Prices on average are up by 1.49ppl or 2.91% to 52.61ppl with average prices settling at 51.45ppl.
In Scotland prices rose by1.42ppl to 55.69ppl with a 7 day average of 54.67ppl.
Wales saw a rise of 0.76ppl or 1.47% to 52.53ppl with a 7 day average of 52.01ppl. In Northern Ireland prices fell by 1.82% or 0.93ppl to 51.98ppl with a 7 day average of 51.32ppl.
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