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Where can I check heating oil prices?

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The U.S. Energy Information Administration offers weekly calculations on its website of the national price of heating oil and propane, dividing costs into either a residential or wholesale category. The administration also breaks down prices by state or region.

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In addition to data available from the U.S. Energy Information Administration, local utilities sometimes offer exact prices to customers, as prices can change multiple times per week. State governments may also offer tools to residents for checking the price of heating oil in the state. The U.S. Energy Information Administration also compiles historical data on heating oil prices stretching back to 1990.

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