$3.56 - 03/29/23 average member price (MA)

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Due to the situation in Ukraine prices are very high at this time. Prices vary by location. We'll email today's average member price in your community.


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Savings per 700 gallons of oil
Despite terribly high prices, we save members money compared to same-day statewide average prices for home heating oil in MA & RI.

Compare our average prices to what non-members pay.

Our members save an average of 15-30 cents per gallon.

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Market commentary

High and erratic prices are expected this winter. Supply issues initiated by the war in Ukraine have tightened up inventories here in the United States. Oil companies are exporting more oil than ever before over the recent months and that is expected to continue. Some media reports have expressed concern of supply issues here in heating oil dependent New England. We’ve seen various wholesale prices vary 30-50 cents a gallon without any significant market swing to help it. Generally higher priced wholesale means a limited spot supply.

Today the Green Energy Consumer Alliance price has generally eased under $4.50 per gallon after a wild ride from February through June. We’ve seen prices slowly ease off over time, although there appears to be a price range for these markets.

We’d advise everyone to get on a budget plan and start sending money now for the upcoming winter. We’ve never really predicted prices, but it is safe to say we’ll see a wide range of prices as the heating season unfolds. Also don’t be surprised if you call one day for the price only to find out it’s gone up (or down) significantly by the time you received your delivery.

Here’s to hoping for benign weather this heating season.


Our staff people are ready to help with any questions. Call us at (617) 397-5199, or email us at hello@greenenergyconsumers.org. If you're already a member, you can log in and check your dealer's member price at https://myaccount.greenenergyconsumers.org. If you have not yet used that site, click on "forgot password" to create your login credentials linked to the email address we have on file for you.

How do our prices compare?

Massachusetts' latest price survey of full-service dealers (published weekly), on Monday, March 27th, posted an average price per gallon of $4.10, with a high price of $4.80 and a low of $3.56. The average prompt-pay price for our members in Massachusetts that day was $3.59 per gallon, for a savings of 51 cents per gallon.

The U.S. Energy Information Administration's latest survey Rhode Island's heating oil price, for the week of Monday, March 6th, was $4.27. The average prompt-pay price for our members in Rhode Island that Monday was $3.66, for a savings of 61 cents per gallon.

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