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28 February 2019 - 14:38, by , in Propane News, No comments
Propane News – March 2019 Some slight up and down propane price movement throughout the month, but overall the price per litre has stayed fairly consistent. By the time you read this newsletter, I will just be getting back from a Caribbean holiday, the one I mentioned in the last newsletter that my sweetheart had...
5 February 2019 - 15:50, by , in Blog, Propane News, No comments
Propane News – February 2019 Propane pricing in January moved up and down some but the overall trend was up by more than a few pennies per litre.  Still compared to previous years I would say the price per litre is on the lower side.  Good thing to as it seems so many other expenses...
8 January 2019 - 14:17, by , in Propane News, No comments
Propane News – January 2019 Not much to report on Propane pricing.  Pricing has moved up and down in December, but it has stayed fairly level.  I suppose it has to do with this mild weather. These temperatures seem strange compared to what I would normally expect for this time of year and certainly not...
5 December 2018 - 15:58, by , in Propane News, No comments
Propane News – December 2018 The price of propane is down a little from October.  Mostly because the price of a barrel of oil has been falling back. Often commodities like propane are affected by the moderation price of a barrel of oil.  Let’s hope the price continues to drop, kind of like an early...
1 November 2018 - 8:26, by , in Blog, Propane News, No comments
The month of October saw some slight movement in propane prices, both up and down. However, in general, the price stayed pretty much level for the month. November outlook? Where is the crystal ball when you need it? I have no inkling of expected price movement for the month ahead. With so many factors in...
2 October 2018 - 13:14, by , in Blog, Propane News, 1 comment
Well, it’s been quite a summer. Propane prices have moved around slightly, but have stayed a little on the high side. The outlook is that they won’t come down and will probably rise some as the crop drying season gets into full swing with winter to follow directly after that. Do what you can to...
Holy ice storm, Batman! Wasn’t April an awful month. Stayed cold, wet, and icy. Now, you are probably thinking, why is my propane supplier complaining about cold weather? It has to be good for propane sales! Well, yes, it did extend our propane heating season by many weeks, for which I am grateful. But, just...
We hope you’ve been enjoying the first few weeks of Spring so far!  Now it’s time to get ready for an active and fun-filled summer in the great outdoors as we celebrate Canada’s 150 Anniversary. As always, we want to ensure you receive the best possible customer service from Waterloo County Propane.   Therefore, we...
10 April 2018 - 12:43, by , in Blog, Propane News, No comments
Propane prices started to back off some in late February and continued slowly throughout March. March certainly stayed cool or cold depending on your definition. It seems to this point this winter we have had four springs. You know temperature goes up considerably, ground turns to mud again then another freeze up. I think I’ll...
12 March 2018 - 16:20, by , in Blog, Propane News, No comments
Propane prices stayed fairly stable for February, although higher than we would all like to see. Let’s hope they start going down in March. I understand the propane export market is still strong, which means the United States is shipping lots of propane across the Atlantic Ocean because prices are strong. That means prices will...