Thursday November 1st 2018. A new month and crude oil prices have dropped $2.60 in two days, dramatic falls indeed. Despite trying to recover crude prices cannot sustain upward movement. Brent prices are down today today by $0.78 (1.04%) and is $74.26. WTI is also down by $0.50 (0.77%) to $64.81. The #heatingoil price is has lost $2.11 (0.94%) to $2.2303. This has started to affect
#UK #heatingoil prices which have already fallen today and probably again tomorrow. At this time of year especially leading up to Christmas, keep an eye on prices as the overall picture still suggests higher prices are around the corner. Sanctions on Iran will be biting early November, so fill up your heating oil tanks as soon as you can.
The news from theweatheroutlook.com website for the rest of the week and next week is included below.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Unsettled weather brings outbreaks of rain to all regions. At times it could become very windy with gales or severe gales. Temperatures will probably be close to the seasonal average but in the south east it may become mild at times.
From Monday 5th November. All regions have periods of wet and windy weather during the course of the week. The wettest conditions are likely to be in the north and west with more frequent dry periods in the south east. Temperatures remain close to average in the south east but it could be quite chilly for much of the time elsewhere.
So wrap up, wellies out of the cupboard and make sure you stay warm and your home has sufficient #heatingoil.
The overall 31 day period trend has reversed downward and may stay that way until OPEC finds a price it is comfortable with after increasing production levels. Over the last 24 days average prices have generally tracked downward given about 3 bump ups on the way down. Prices have dropped by nearly 2.00ppl since 6th October meaning savings of £10.00 (500 litre) deliveryand £20.00 (1000 litres). For the time being #UK #heatingoil prices seem to be stabilising more indicating that we may be coming to the end of these competitive prices. So, if you snooze you will lose so buy now before it all changes.
This could all change anytime but any price rises may be restricted to minor increases. However, with the Saudi’s and other OPEC states increasing production we may now see stabilisation in crude and heating oil prices. Always use heatingoilshop.com to get comparative heating oil quotes from your local suppliers.
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Longterm, to be honest we are not so confident in predicting the underlying Heating Oil price will continue to rise and reach 60.0ppl possibly late November. But, as in previous years when the pre-Christmas rush gets into full swing you’ll end up paying more. In the short term our graph above now indicates an upward trend despite price decreases todayl. As we have said before we see OPEC increasing production in part to compensate for production losses as a result of sanctions against Iran, we may just get lucky and see this continuing or at least stabilising over the next 2 weeks. Remember, the weather plays an intricate part in pricing and we are in a period of irrational weather patterns. So, getting your fuel in now is crucial and may just prove to be the right action.
#Heatingoilprices fell again today but are now poised to stabilise at the lower level of pricing. We feel that filling your heating oil tanks now by getting multiple #heatingoilquotes from heatingoilshop.com today and comparing will have a beneficial affect on your finances. Today, we have seen low prices of 55.65ppl and highs of 58.25ppl (inc vat). Low and high prices are differing by just 2.60ppl So, based on average prices you could save up to £13.00 (500) or £26.00 (1000) or more by comparing prices from suppliers in your area. These prices change daily and could change hourly.
Prices will continue to fluctuate between 55.00ppl and 60.00ppl inc vat with 60ppl still on the horizon.
At this time of year especially leading up to Christmas, keep an eye on prices as the overall picture still suggests higher prices are around the corner. Our own online site survey which is based on 7 online broker sites and is up todate as of 10.00am this morning continues to show a slowing down of the upward trend in this short 10 day period. Despite today’s average price fall of just 0.51ppl to an England/Wales average of 56.79ppl. Today (Thursday) our average UK
#heatingoilprice update shows 500 litres based on our survey prices at £283.94 and 1000 litres £567.87. It’s still a very competitive market and it really is time to get multiple #heatingoilquotes from heatingoilshop.com‘s suppliers and stop paying commissions. So, hop over to heatingoilshop.com to see if you can reduce your overall #heatingoil costs this Autumn.
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.
#England prices rose 0.39ppl to 56.45ppl.
#Scotland prices rose by 0.21ppl to 59.80ppl.
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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.
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