Propane News

1 April 2015 - 15:13, by , in Propane News, No comments
Not much to talk about regarding the price of propane, although it moves up and down a bit, it has remained fairly flat since my last newsletter, and let’s hope it stays that way. How cold was it! I moved to our 1507 Clyde Road location in 1985, and last month in March the grey...
1 March 2015 - 15:15, by , in Propane News, No comments
The price of propane has started to inch up lately, although it is still fairly low compared to other years at this same time, even considering the extremely cold conditions. From me your supplier to you, the end consumer, we can all appreciate these lower prices. At the end of the January newsletter, I asked...
1 February 2015 - 15:18, by , in Propane News, No comments
The price of propane continues to bounce around on the lower side, even in the middle of winter, which is a little strange. It would seem the depressed price of oil is putting downward pressure on other heating fuels as well as our dollar. I’m hearing that a large number of oil projects in Alberta...
1 January 2015 - 15:19, by , in Propane News, No comments
The market price of propane remains on the lower side, influenced by the lower price that oil has fallen to as well as a warmer than usual start to the heating season. Any crop drying that would have put the squeeze on supply has pretty well finished. We here at Waterloo County Propane have been...
1 December 2014 - 17:19, by , in Propane News, No comments
Well, not much to report on the price of propane, as it seems to have remained relatively constant since October. The price does fluctuate up and down a little, but has still remained on the low side to this point. Due to wet and snowy conditions, the corn and grain harvest remains behind schedule with...
1 November 2014 - 17:20, by , in Propane News, No comments
Propane prices have moved up and down slightly since I last reported. Right now, the market price at Sarnia is about where it was at the beginning of October. If you follow the news and weather on any regular basis, you will know the fall harvest of soybeans and corn are behind this year because...
1 October 2014 - 17:21, by , in Propane News, No comments
After that dreadful price spike back in February, the price of propane has dropped back to reasonable levels, at least to this point in the year. The outlook for winter heating this year depends on which authority you talk to. One will tell you it will be a mild winter, while another will tell you...
1 May 2014 - 17:23, by , in Propane News, No comments
Finally the price of propane has fallen back to a more acceptable level. This time of year, the producers of propane start to refill the storage facilities around the country, so that by the fall heating season, storage is topped up in advance of demand. You will recall last fall, storage wasn’t topped up and...
1 March 2014 - 17:25, by , in Propane News, No comments
Last newsletter, I tried to give you some insight into why propane pricing was climbing like it was. My hope was that when the weather started to warm up, the price would start to fall. As you and I both know, it is still freezing cold out, and the outlook for March is for extended...
1 February 2014 - 17:26, by , in Propane News, No comments
I’m sure you are seeing your propane bills lately and wondering, what is going on with these high prices! I’ll try to give you some insight into the current pricing levels. In June of 2013, the price of propane at the storage facility in Sarnia, also called the ‘gate price’, was 24.5¢ per litre. That...