Monday 4th February 2019. Crude oil prices are on the move up again. Brent prices are up by $0.40 (0.64%) and is $63.15. WTI is up $0.14 (0.25%) today and is at $55.40. To look at current prices in the trading market go to our home page and half way down you’ll see a live market trading position.
The #heatingoil price has also fallen. Prices are down $1.47 (0.77%) to $1.9274 and is a good sign for UK heating oil prices that fallen slightly today.
Prices could rise again if there was further cold weather. So, fill up your heating oil tanks on these lower prices for now. Choose heatingoilshop.com
The weather news from theweatheroutlook.com. Often cold with a risk of snow.
Monday: Wet and windy weather affects southern and eastern England during the morning. It gradually moves away southeastwards and brighter skies follow, but it may not clear Kent and Essex until the early evening. Elsewhere there will be sunny spells but wintry showers bubble up in Scotland. In the north it remains chilly but elsewhere it will be milder and in the south west temperatures could reach double figures.
Tuesday: Rain quickly pushes across Northern Ireland and into western Britain in the morning. Through the afternoon wet weather extends eastwards across much of the country, although the south east probably stays dry until the evening. Over the Scottish mountains snow is possible. Temperatures remain close to the seasonal average in the north but the south and west will be mild.
Wednesday: Outbreaks of rain push eastwards across southern and central counties. Showers affect the north west but elsewhere it should be mainly dry. Temperatures stay close to average in the north but it will be mild in the south.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Unsettled weather leads to further wet and windy periods but also drier interludes. The south will be quite mild but temperatures in the north generally stay closer to the seasonal average.
From Monday 11th February, There will be drier and more settled weather to develop in central and southern counties. The north remains more changeable with an ongoing risk of showers or longer spells of rain. It could become very mild in the south. However, there is a low chance of a much colder easterly flow developing across the southern half of the UK. If it happens the risk of frost and snow would return.
Just over the last 10 days distributor average prices have risen by 0.60ppl primarily because of the UK weather and crude oil prices. The trend is upwards and average prices today are down 0.06 to 50.75ppl. We feel these may settle at this price for a couple of days until the new month price cycle kicks.
UK domestic #heatingoil prices have been pretty much rising since the 30th Jan but seem to be falling off now. The two deciding factors on prices in the coming weeks will be the price of crude oil, and the UK weather which seems to be set fair for the rest of the month. Most forecasters are now predicting that temperatures will lift and gradually become warmer . February is traditionally a cool month weather we still anticipate an increase in demand for
#heatingoil. Please #checkyourtank & make sure you do not run out of #HeatingOil by topping up. Keep warm ! Quotes now from http://HEATINGOILSHOP.com today and save money by not using a broker.
We recommend using #heatingoil distributors as opposed to brokers because you can save money on final prices. Brokers do charge for additional costs such as delivery and commission. So avoid brokers and get #heatingoilquotes from real heating oil distributors through heatingoilshop.com today and compare your local prices. The weather, a weak dollar and rising crude prices playing an intricate part in pricing and we are about to enter a colder period. So, getting your fuel at these good prices may just prove to be the right investment to make. Do sign up with our twitter page ukheatingoils and keep up to date on daily pricing.
Today, average prices for distributors fell by 0.06ppl to 50.75ppl and by contrast average broker prices fell by 3.48ppl to 51.92ppl. The difference between average distributor
#heatingoil prices versus average online heating oil broker prices today is 1.17ppl inc vat.
This means you can save an average of £5.85 on 500 Lts or £11.70 on a 1000 litres. By not using a broker, you could possibly save a lot more. So don’t waste your money. Don’t pay through the nose for your
#heatingoil from a broker?
Wise up, brokers charge a variety of commissions, surcharges & admin charges or a mixture of all. These affect your final bill. Choose HEATINGOILSHOP.com for multiple quotes from your local suppliers without the charges. As you can see using a broker today, can cost you more and it varies from day to day. Choose Multiple
#heatingoilquotes from HEATINGOILSHOP.com where there are no commissions, delivery or other surcharges. Our advice is to keep those tanks topped up without paying commission or other charges being added. If you are low on fuel, less than 25% then you need to take action now and fill up at good prices.
Over the last 10 days the online broker market has fluctuated so much and has started to move down again with prices culminating in an average decrease of 1.08ppl over the last 10 days. After today’s fall of 3.48ppl, average broker prices are now 51.92pp. Today, (4th) we have seen average low prices of 49.49ppl inc vat and average highs of 55.77ppl (inc vat).
You would be better of comparing prices from suppliers in your area using heatingoilshop.com. Remember, prices change daily and could change hourly.
Over the last 120 days we have collected online
#heatingoil BROKER/CLUB site prices. We compared prices on a 1000lts for a 5 or 6 day delivery window. Prices were checked on the same day, at the same time (within 10 mins) at the same postcode with each broker. Three sites also have distributor sites. DirectOil is part of Watsons Fuels, TankTopper is part of Craggs Energy and Heatingoil.co.uk is part of the Certas group. Also included was an online heating oil club.
Our graphic indicates the AVERAGE 120 day price of heating oil for that period and for that broker. All prices are affected by postcode location, commission rates and delivery slots available to them from oil distributors. All will carry commission, some will have additional charges added on or both.
It has to be said that these are average prices at various postcodes over the course of 120 days each broker was the highest, lowest or medium priced at some time. Three of the companies concerned were consistently lower priced.
You’re better off getting multiple quotes through heatingoilshop.com and comparing prices without having to pay commissions or admin charges. It really is time to get multiple heating oil quotes from heatingoilshop.com‘s suppliers and stop paying commissions to brokers. So, hop over to heatingoilshop.com to see if you can reduce your overall
#heatingoil costs this Winter.
Our advice is to keep those tanks topped up without paying commission or other charges being added. If you are low on fuel, less than 25% then you need to take action now and fill up at good prices.
Over the last 7 days there has been a rise in average UK oil distributor
#heatingoil prices on the week of 0.70ppl to 50.75ppl.
#Scotland prices fell by 0.03ppl to 52.25ppl.
For current price trends, head on over to heatingoilshop.com and get multiple #heatingoilquotes from suppliers to your area.
Heatingoilshop.com prides itself on not charging commissions, Saturday delivery charges and general website usage charges.
The average price table is a guide only and does not constitute an offer. As regional, postcode and supplier differences occur, we encourage you to obtain multiple and competitive #heatingoilquotes from heatingoilshop.com to get the latest deals and prices from the suppliers delivering to your area.
Please note, we do not charge suppliers or consumers brokerage commissions nor do we add surcharges like other sites.