Tuesday February 27 2018. There has been very little movement in crude oil prices over the last two days. Brent Crude has fallen by $0.11 or 0.16% to $67.39. WTI, is $63.78 down $0.13 or 0.20%. The oil market #heatingoil price is at $1.9850 down $0.09 or 0.05%. UK heating Oil prices look as though they have now peaked pending any further very cold and possibly disruptive weather due for the rest of the week. See #TheBeastFromTheEast
The bitterly cold air coming from Siberia will has been with us for a day but the risk of snow in eastern counties increases and we expect accumulations to start building quite quickly, but large local variations are likely due to the showery nature of the precipitation.
Today and tomorrow the cold air digs in and the frequency of snow showers increases, although most of them continue to affect central and eastern Britain. Nighttime frosts become severe and even during the days temperatures will struggle to climb above freezing. There is every confidence the cold weather will last into the first week of March.
Over the last 14 days ther has been a net gain in the market place of some 6.3% or 3.25ppl in the UK #heatingoil market price adding £16.25 to a 500 litre load or £32.50 to a 1000 litre drop. The pricing has without doubt been caused by the weather phenomena we are experiencing. However, prices looked to have peaked for the time being.
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Over the last 7 days the average UK #heatingoil price is 52.21 up by 1.55ppl with a weekly average of 51.60ppl. In the regions, prices are mixed. Prices in England rose the highest, 1.82ppl to 52.70ppl with an average of 51.98ppl. In Scotland prices rose by 1.11ppl to 51.59ppl with a 7 day average of 51.16ppl.
Wales saw a drop of 0.15ppl to 48.54ppl with a 7 day average of 48.66ppl. In Northern Ireland prices rose by 0.19ppl to 49.21ppl with a 7 day average of 49.08ppl.
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