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The Heating Oil Service has delivered average savings of 39 cents per gallon over the past 3 years.

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Our low price isn't just a one-time deal!

March has come in like a lion and heating oil prices continue to trend slowly upward. Crude oil markets remain on edge, thanks to supply uncertainties in Iran and Venezuela. American oil production continues to be strong; drillers are going full blast while environmental regulations remain lax. We also are gobbling up more fuel as the current price of gas seems to be low and a lot of folks are choosing to drive for work and longer pleasure trips.

With a cool spring, Green Energy members will end up paying a bit more for their oil this season than last. Most surveys have the price tracking 10-20 cents higher this year than last. If we get another a month or so at today's levels, we'll be in the same range. So hope for a sudden spring thaw, as well as a melting of interest in oil futures markets.

Last week's DIP ALERT! turned into a bust as markets rallied on Friday afternoon. We still went down a penny, but the early-day indication of a 4-6 cent dip evaporated in the waning hours of trading Friday. We’ll keep posting dip alerts when we see them coming, so keep checking this site.

How do our prices compare? 

Massachusetts' latest weekly price survey of full-service dealers, on Tuesday, March 19, documented an average price per gallon of $3.13, with a high price of $4.70 and a low of $2.45. The average price for our members in Massachusetts that day was $2.67, for savings of 46 cents per gallon on average.

Rhode Island's latest weekly survey price, on Monday March 18, was $2.95, with a high price of $3.79 and a low of $2.41. The average price for our members in Rhode Island that day was $2.55, for savings of 40 cents per gallon on average.  

And in New Hampshire, the survey for March 12 was $3.10, while our COD there was $2.556, making for 60 cent savings...certainly a ripe place for Green Energy membership in terms of overall savings versus the market.

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Massachusetts prices

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Average Prices for Green Energy Consumers in Massachusetts
for the last day of Winter, March 20, 2019

  • Average Billing 20/30 day = $2.728
  • Average Prompt 7-10 day = $2.689
  • Average COD = $2.666
  • Average NEW HAMPSHIRE COD = $2.561

Rhode Island prices

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Average Prices for Green Energy Consumers in Rhode Island
for March 20, 2019

  • Average Billing 20/30 day = $2.638
  • Average Prompt 7-10 day = $2.565
  • Average COD = $2.538 

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