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Fuel poverty – What can be done?

14th February 2014 by Andrew | write a comment

Fuel poverty has long been recognised as a problem in society.  It is generally assumed that a home spending more than 10% of its income on heating is in fuel poverty, though the actual definitions have recently changed slightly.  You can read more about official government fuel poverty statistics by clicking here. Causes of Fuel Poverty Fuel poverty has unfortunately become an increasingly comm… Read more

Fracking – ValueOils.com investigates

23rd August 2013 by Andrew | 1 comment

The term ‘Fracking’ has recently been seen in UK headlines and reported in the news after protests took place in the village of Balcombe in West Sussex.  Until recently, fracking was a term that not many people were familiar with – and there are different theories on the pro’s and con’s of fracking.  Here we investigate the 5 W’s of fracking. Who is fracking? Almost half of the world… Read more

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    • Sariah Meagle I was not aware that oil heating systems are efficient as you mentioned so I'll consider this option for my new home. I do agree that if I get the right system, it has cheaper pricing as you pointed out to keep them functional. Since you said that they are ideal for keeping safety, I might be able to keep my home so I'll have a contractor install one for me as soon as possible.
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    • Duncan Lance The cost it takes to heat your home with oil is definitely one of the factors to take into consideration when choosing it. As the article points out; fortunately, heating oil is fairly cheap for the home. However, you will need to keep other costs in mind such as the price for having it delivered to your house.
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    • Elizabeth Mills Is there any danger of explosion of the kerosene in our oil tank due to the very hot weather we're experiencing? It's been 33 degrees Celsius lately and the tank feels very warm. Hoe stable is kerosene at that temperature?
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