Furnace oil price update

Harry Sullivan
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TRURO - The following is a survey of furnace oil prices in the Truro/Colchester County area as of Feb. 5. The prices are in cents per litre, before tax, and do not take into account minimum delivery amounts, volume discounts, specials, coupons or service packages that may be offered by some companies. This feature will appear weekly in the Daily News throughout the winter:

Furnace oil prices

 

Average price for Feb. 5 is $1.10.1 per litre, which is up from last week’s reporting of $1.08.4 per litre.

Feb. 5/13

Bluewave Energy - $1.09.99

Co-op Fuels - $1.08.9

Esso Home Heat - $1.07.9

G&G Home Heating - $108.9

Irving - $1.09.9

Langille Fuels (Tatamagouche) - $1.10.9

Superline Fuels - $1.12.9

Ultramar Ltd. (Shubenacadie area)-$1.09.9

Wilson's Heating Oil - $1.11.9.

 

 

Organizations: Co-op Fuels, Esso, Ultramar Ltd.

Geographic location: Irving, Shubenacadie

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  • Ekan
    May 15, 2013 - 13:42

    It is known that oil furnaces provide a combination of efficiency and comfort to most people. An oil furnace prices will cost a person from $2000 to $5000. On the other hand, installing more complex oil furnaces will cost a person from around $6000 to $10000. Gas furnaces are also known for the efficiency and comfort that they bring to people’s lives. A self-contained, vented, gas wall furnace which gives off hot air directly to the surrounding space of a house will cost a person around $500 to $1500 depending on its capacity and energy efficiency. Moreover, its installation can range from $1000 to $2000 depending on the complexity of the installation in houses and establishments. Source: http://oilfurnaceprices.com/

  • Austin
    February 06, 2013 - 08:27

    I suppose we could move to Iran and enjoy their government benefits paid from fuel tax??????????

  • Kevin
    February 06, 2013 - 07:47

    Think what will happen is what usually happens to any commodity or goods that stay overpriced, people will find and develop alternatives. Look forward to the day when hopefully because of a cheap clean alternative energy that there is little market for oil and the sheiks and some of the 1% starve.... Wait doubt someone with billions will starve but..... at least they might potentially see fortunes dwindle.

  • Willie Wonka
    February 05, 2013 - 11:59

    Just checked the World Bank pricing for Diesel Fuel (furnace oil) in Iran and it is $.02 per liter or about 9 cents a Canadian gallon. Do ya think we are paying enough at $5.00 per gallon or should they jack it up a bit more? Poor Irving family and their Bermuda bank accounts.