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Top 5 Things To Look For In Home Heating Oil Allentown PA

Posted on: July 20th, 2012 by rfohlAdmin
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Heating Oil Allentown PA and Surrounding Lehigh County AreasHeating your home with heating oil as been a popular option for many over the course of the last two years. Anyone that heats their home with oil, knows that there are some serious benefits to utilizing home heating oil Allentown. However, when you are looking for a home heating oil Allentown PA company, there are some things that you need to take into consideration. This write-up discusses the top 5 things you should take into consideration when shopping for home heating oil Allentown PA. Continue Reading

Donation Recognition From Carbon County’s Conservation Camp 2012

Posted on: June 27th, 2012 by rfohlAdmin
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Propane Lehighton PA Recognition Certificate From Carbon County

We are proud to be a supporter of Carbon County’s Conservation Camp for 2012.

Below is a nice recognition letter and certificate from the Carbon County Environmental Education Center acknowledging our support of their organization. At R.F. Ohl Heating Oil and Propane in Lehighton PA, we believe in Continue Reading

What Should We Expect Heating Oil Allentown PA and Propane Allentown PA Prices To Do Coming Into Spring & Summer 2012?

Posted on: May 1st, 2012 by rfohlAdmin
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pricing-expectatinos-heating-oil-allentown-paHeating oil Allentown PA pricing  as well as propane will likely hold steady maintaining existing levels for the next several months.  This is according to a US Energy Information Administration (EIA) report recently issued in March of 2012. The price of crude oil is the primary force behind fluctuations in heating oil prices.  According to the EIA, their expectations are that crude oil prices should maintain $100+ per barrel in 2012-2013.

Heating Oil Allentown PA & Propane – How Are Prices Affected?

As noted earlier the price of home heating oil Allentown PA, fuel oil, and propane is fundamentally driven by the price of a barrel of crude oil.  That being said, other factors such as extreme weather conditions, seasonal demand, and disruptions in the supply of these fuels, also affects the short-term prices of propane and heating oil. Continue Reading