Wednesday 7th March 2018. There has some fall back on crude rices over the last 24 hours. Brent Crude has fallen by $0.59 or 0.90% to $65.20. WTI, is $62.09 down $0.51 or 0.81%. The #heatingoil price is $1.8862 down $1.71 or 0.90%. UK heating Oil prices have now started to wane in some parts of the UK where the temperatures and weather has improved.
The weather forecast from theweatheroutlook.com Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: The northern half of the UK stays cold and further snow is likely. The south of the UK should be milder than recently with precipitation mostly falling as rain. Towards the end of the week there is a moderate possibility of colder conditions returning southwards.
Forecast confidence is high falling to moderate later on.
Over the last 14 days there has been a net gain in the market place of some 12.6% or 6.40ppl in the UK #heatingoil market price adding £32.00 to a 500 litre load or £64.00 to a 1000 litre drop. Pricing in some parts of the country is reflective of current road and weather conditions with deliveries ordered over the weekend not being made until the third week in March. Delivery backlogs is an issue in some parts of the country and local prices reflect this problem.
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Over the last 7 days the average UK #heatingoil price is now 57.23ppl down by 1.37ppl with a weekly average of 57.11ppl. However, overall average
#heatingoilprices in the UK have started rise again. In the regions, prices are mixed. Prices in England fell to 59.01ppl a fall on the week of 1.52ppl with an average of 58.58ppl. In Scotland prices rose by 0.36ppl to 52.71ppl with a 7 day average of 52.65ppl.
Wales saw the biggest increase of 4.58ppl to 55.25ppl with a 7 day average of 55.32ppl. In Northern Ireland prices rose by 0.34ppl to 53.83ppl with a 7 day average of 53.49ppl.
There are many issues that are keeping #heatingoil prices high. Certainly, last weeks weather has played a huge part, because distributors have not been able to reach their draw points by road and replenish their stocks. Now the road transport issues have in the main disappeared, suppliers are working very hard and playing catch up time by improving their storage supplies whilst completing outstanding orders. Added problems now include customers that ordering their spring to summer fuel. It will probably take another week for prices to start to return to “normal” or should we say their “seasonal” balance.
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