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20-10-2020, 18:02   #781
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and what does that mean exactly?
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20-10-2020, 19:11   #782
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Seems like a good deal on heating oil...?
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07-01-2021, 18:46   #783
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Looks like people did the right thing in stocking up or even buying a spare tank
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Looks like people did the right thing in stocking up or even buying a spare tank
My spare tank (IBC) is now empty.. I transferred the last 500L over to the main tank (now full) last week.


I'm just wondering if I should now fill the IBC again.. as it looks like oil is on the up and up.
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07-01-2021, 19:02   #785
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Filled up 1000l in may and some scum decide to rob most of it!!!!
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07-01-2021, 19:06   #786
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Filled up 1000l in may and some scum decide to rob most of it!!!!
We bought a house about 6months ago. No one was living in it for about 6 weeks as the purchase was going through.

Some dirty you know what robbed the oil.....

And the tank lol.
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My spare tank (IBC) is now empty.. I transferred the last 500L over to the main tank (now full) last week.


I'm just wondering if I should now fill the IBC again.. as it looks like oil is on the up and up.
Everything is coming to a standstill again. Less demand will hopefully result in a fall in price
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07-01-2021, 19:22   #788
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€295 for 500L yesterday for me but no competition around here (Connemara).
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07-01-2021, 19:36   #789
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€295 for 500L yesterday for me but no competition around here (Connemara).
€520 for 1000 ltrs here yesterday
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Bought 3000L for 1020 Euro in May , 1400L Tank more than half full and 2 x 1000L IBC Tanks still full in the shed,
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€520 for 1000 ltrs here yesterday
Here being where?
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Local fuels westmeath
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Just wondering do they still put an additive in with kerosene that turns jelly like after a while. All be it a good while. But just asking
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€520 is generally available in many areas for 1000 litres

€285 seems to be the 500l price

This will give you the best prices in your area

https://www.cheapestoil.ie/
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Just wondering do they still put an additive in with kerosene that turns jelly like after a while. All be it a good while. But just asking
Can you explain further ?

I think you might be getting confused regarding green diesel gelling.

Kero was added to diesel in the past to prevent gelling.
But modern diesel has additives to make it viable at low temperatures.
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