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Don't buy too much petrol/feul in advance

(17 Posts)
infoman Mon 09-Mar-20 09:13:02

Failed to agree talks between Russia and the middle east states,
looks like that petrol prices are going to fall further.

timetogo2016 Mon 09-Mar-20 09:19:45

Hey fingers crossed thanks infoman.

Charleygirl5 Mon 09-Mar-20 09:24:54

That does sound like good news for once in that department.

infoman Thu 26-Mar-20 14:10:02

Saw petrol at 1.05p at Sainsburys

Whitewavemark2 Thu 26-Mar-20 14:15:05

That may also be an indication of the amount of oil washing around in the system at the moment, because production is grinding to a halt.

ninathenana Thu 26-Mar-20 15:06:42

It's been £1.02 in my local Asda since Friday diesel £1.08

Davidhs Thu 26-Mar-20 16:36:32

What a shame we cannot actually go anywhere!.

TwiceAsNice Thu 26-Mar-20 16:40:33

I have a nearly full tank and nowhere to go

NotSpaghetti Tue 21-Apr-20 16:28:23

Now the cost of oil in the US is in negatives apparently!
No one driving about and factory shutdowns.

kittylester Tue 21-Apr-20 16:52:02

I heard the price of oil had recovered a bit.

NotSpaghetti Tue 21-Apr-20 17:46:01

It’s America I’m talking about.
Oil prices below $0 per barrel. The industry is apparently looking to Trump.

GabriellaG54 Tue 21-Apr-20 20:48:55

Now us the time to invest in mining/oil and pharma.

GabriellaG54 Tue 21-Apr-20 20:49:08

is not us

GabriellaG54 Tue 21-Apr-20 20:51:11

We may be driving less frequently but more lorries are on the road and more online deliveries taking place.

paddyanne Tue 21-Apr-20 21:12:35

98pence a litre in the next town to us ,has been that for over 2 weeks

NotSpaghetti Tue 21-Apr-20 22:49:49

GabriellaG54 are you in America?

Gummie Tue 21-Apr-20 23:03:08

How can you buy to much fuel? You can only fit so much in the tank.