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Friday 22nd September 2017. 

Crude prices moved up a notch yesterday and are staying up. Brent Crude  has risen to $56.56 up by $0.13 or 0.23%. WTI, now above the $50 mark also rose to $50.71 up $0.16 or 0.32%. The increases whilst small will impact UK heating oil prices today (Friday) and the weekend. 

Bloomberg is also reporting a small drop in heating oil prices this week. Heating oil is at $1.8143 down  $0.10 or 0.06%  but is up 2 cents over the week.
UK heating oil prices have fluctuated between 41.29ppl and 41.35ppl over the last 14 days but there were lows of 41.20ppl and highs of 41.45ppl. Prices  are now pretty much stable at 41.35ppl though a small increase is detected for Thursday. As crude oil is on the rise again it is more than likely heating oil prices will increase slightly. However, the blue logarithmic line is showing a stabilisation in price.

Over the last 7 days the average UK heating oil price has fallen by 0.10ppl to 41.35ppl with a 7 day average of 41.37ppl.

In England, prices fell by 0.08ppl to 41.00ppl with a seven day average of 40.99ppl.  Scotland has also fallen but by 0.21ppl over the week to 43.71ppl with an average of 43.86ppl.

Wales saw a fall of 0.10ppl to 41.07ppl with an average of 41.17ppl. Northern Ireland also saw the largest fall of 0.46ppl to 39.97ppl with a 7 day average of 40.27ppl.


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