Thursday March 29th 2018. Crude oil prices have stabilised today. Brent Crude has fallen below the $70 a barrel price and is down by $0.13 or 0.19% to $69.40. WTI, is up to $64.52 up $0.14 or 0.22%. The #heatingoil price is down to $2.0044, $1.04 or 0.52%. UK heating Oil prices moved up last week and are now retreating gradually.
The news from theweatheroutlook.com website for the rest of the week and next week is included below.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Predominantly unsettled conditions continue. In northern regions it probably turns cold with an increasing risk of wintry showers and perhaps longer spells of snow. Southern counties have showers or longer spells of rain and temperatures are likely to be on the low side for the time of year.
Next week will be changeable and rather cold. Showers or longer spells of rain are expected in all regions during the course of the week and in the north there is an ongoing risk of snow and it probably remains cold. The south won’t be as cold but temperatures are likely to be below the seasonal norm for much of the week. During quieter intervals nighttime frosts become sharp and widespread.
Over the last 14 days there has been a net drop in the market place of 0.57ppl with prices roller coasting once again during this period. On average, domestic heating oil pricing has been dropping cautiously. Attempts to keep prices up over the Easter period have not materialised. The unseasonly colder weather and higher crude prices is keeping prices higher this year. It looks as though the cold will be with us for next week. If you are low on fuel, less than 25% then you need to take action now especially if you turned up the heat or left the boiler on longer over the last 2 weeks? Then you have used more
#heatingoil than normal if you did.
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 about £10.00 commission (500 x 0.02ppl) + £2.99 surcharge by using the same suppliers.
Over the last 7 days the average UK #heatingoil price has fallen by 0.64% or 0.36ppl to 56.20ppl despite a price surge on Tuesday. The weekly average is 56.66ppl. Overall average
#heatingoilprices in the UK have started to drop. We think prices will not move much more because the crude price is stabilising. In the regions, England prices on average are down by 0.74ppl or 1.28% to 56.87ppl with average prices settling at 57.67ppl. In Scotland prices incnreased by 0.24ppl or 0.46% to 52.51ppl with a 7 day average of 52.37ppl.
Wales saw a rise, which brings them in line with the rest of the regions, of 1.30ppl or 2.36% to 56.38ppl with a 7 day average of 55.22ppl. In Northern Ireland prices fell by 0.14% or 0.07ppl to 51.29ppl with a 7 day average of 51.43ppl.
We are expecting the overall average UK
#heatingoil price remain fairly static until after Easter. For current price trends, head on over to http://heatingoilshop.com and get multiple #heatingoilquotes from suppliers to your area.
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