Sunday 22nd April 2018. Crude Oils have been all over the place over the last two days because of the “Trump” factor where he is accusing OPEC of price manipulation! Where has he been for the last 50 years. Anyhoo, thje updhot is prices have dropped and OPEC still claims victory in reducing surplus crude. Brent Crude is creeping up by $0.28 or 0.38% to $74.06. Similarly, WTI is also up to $68.40 gaining $0.07 or 0.10%. The #heatingoil price though is back up! At $2.1230, it is up $1.36 or 0.64%. Despite the warm weather and cooler on the way UK domestic heating oil market prices have started to settle and may rise a smidgeon during the week.
The news from theweatheroutlook.com website for the rest of the week and next week is included below.
Sunday: Heavy showers push eastwards and are followed by drier and brighter weather. Central and south eastern England stays warm but in the north and west it will be quite a lot cooler than recently.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: Unsettled conditions bring showers or longer periods of rain to all regions. There will be drier and brighter interludes with the best of them in the south. Temperatures in the south shouldn’t be far off the average but the north is likely to be chilly. It could also be windy at times.
From 27th April shows an Atlantic based pattern probably remains in place throughout the week. There is a chance of low pressure becoming centred to the west of the UK and that could lead to warmer air being pulled up from the south across the eastern half of the UK at times.
The last 31 days has seen average UK #heatingoil prices generally tumbling by an average of 3.40ppl despite two 3 day periods where prices rose. By comparison, this day last year the average price for heating oil was 41.36ppl! Traditionally, prices have fallen in the last few years by about 6ppl in the summer months. However, prices look to stabilise over the next few days and may lower later. The markets are awaiting for the “Trump factor” to settle down. Prices may be hovering because we are set to see temperatures also fall next week so check your tanks now.
More recently, the last 14 days UK heating oil prices have continued to fall. UK market place prices now show a consistent net drop over the last eight days in the of 1.48ppl or 2.8%. This is a little less than we have reported before. It does suggest a levelling off in pricing for now.
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 continued to fall. Heating oil prices look set to continue stabilise for the time being. The average UK price today is 53.16ppl a drop of 0.87ppl or 1.61% on the week the average is now 53.65ppl. In the regions, some prices are bucking the downward trend and risingespecially in Scotland and Wales.
England prices on average are down by 1.32ppl or 2.42% to 53.18ppl with average prices settling at 54.20ppl.
In Scotland prices leapt up by 0.61ppl to 53.83ppl with a 7 day average of 53.36ppl despite prices falling Tuesday.
Wales again saw a rise of 0.09ppl or 0.18% to 51.52ppl with a 7 day average of 51.26ppl. In Northern Ireland prices fell by 0.28% or 0.14ppl to 50.36ppl with a 7 day average of 50.31ppl.
We are expecting the overall average UK
#heatingoil price to stabilise this week as we are now at the end of the extended heating oil season and the temperatures warmer than of late.
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