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Is Fuel Below A £1.00 A Litre In Your Area Yet ?

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When we done a bit of shopping last Friday, the fuel at Tesco's in Yarmouth was £1.02 a litre ,  it have been dropping in price the last few weeks so maybe when we go again this Friday it could well be below the pound . :good:

Anyone already getting it at below the pound bench mark ??

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I saw on the news it was going to drop to around that price, typical now I've got no where to go 😂

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In Hull two days before the lockdown I saw petrol at £1.27/litre. That was blatant profiteering. Yesterday I took advantage of some at £1.05/litre.

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25 minutes ago, oldypigeonpopper said:

hello, i am shopping in Tesco am tomorrow will take a look, is that Diesel as well.?  

It was around £1.08 / 09 , certainly below £1.10

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I filled up for $1.38 USD a gallon today.  But there are reports out west of under 99cent USD.  But I hate to see it as I have many friends on the oil fields.  

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6 hours ago, NoBodyImportant said:

I filled up for $1.38 USD a gallon today.

Is that about 30p a litre? 

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£1.02 a litre here at the moment but cant go any where right now when we can all go out again, you can bet it will go up.

Edited by mossy835

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I paid £106.9/litre for PREMIUM diesel at Costco last week, 

The week before it was £114.9/litre.

Cheapest standard diesel round here is Asda  at £108.7/litre.

But as someone else said, nowhere to go. 😕

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7 hours ago, stuartyboy said:

Yup, just under 😳

Sounds great but I have many friends on the oil fields that are out of work.  The companies can’t make a profit at that price so they aren’t a pumping.  

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Just paid £102.9 at Tesco but a nearby BP is still £127.0 . How they can justify 25p extra is unbelievable

 

 

 

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The good thing about the reduction in the price of fuel is that it costs less to go nowhere.

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locally just paid 36.9p for kerosene, that was 4p cheaper than its rivals, £1.06.9p, for diesel at the supermarket on Saturday

was chatting to am guy employed in the petroleum industry on Saturday, he predicted the price would fall, supply and demand, can only slow down production with a lot of difficulty and there is limited storage, drop the price to encourage sales

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On the face of it a Russia-OPEC price war, unfortunately it is a sensible time to drop the price and kill off fringe suppliers. Saudi can afford, in fact has to, have these clear outs occasionally to kill off competitors and maintain market share. Lots of pals of mine lost out after the 2014 cycle when much of the North Sea went. 

Edited by WalkedUp

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Is there a site thats updated with local petrol prices online? Don't really want to go cruising looking for petrol, but seeing as most are at supermarkets it's a case of choosing which ones the cheapest and getting a few groceries in 

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43 minutes ago, strimmer_13 said:

Is there a site thats updated with local petrol prices online? Don't really want to go cruising looking for petrol, but seeing as most are at supermarkets it's a case of choosing which ones the cheapest and getting a few groceries in 

Have a look for Petrolprices!

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Read in the paper today that crude oil may go into a 'negative price' phase to try and maintain supply and demand. It seems that the cost of shutting down wells in land-locked oil fields, ie. middle America, is so costly that they may resort to paying for the crude to be taken away by a third party. 

Maybe it will happen with cartridges if this plague persists? I wonder how much Hull CC would pay us to shift 250K?

 

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Try petrolprices.com.  It`s a free app and shows virtually all petrol pumps/suppliers in the uk  

Here in North Bristol diesel is cheapest at ASDA at £108.7 Petrol is £102.7

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