The average residential propane price increased 1.8 cents per gallon to reach 235.5 cents per gallon. This was an increase of 1.4 cents per gallon compared to the same period last year. Wholesale propane prices fell 3.6 cents per gallon to 124.8 cents per gallon. This was an increase of 45.8 cents per gallon when compared to the December 15, 2008 price of 79.0 cents per gallon.

Inventories of Propane Experience a Large Draw
Last week propane inventories experienced the largest weekly draw since February 2007, falling below the lower limit of the average range for the first time this year. Total U.S. inventories decreased 4.0 million barrels to 57.4 million barrels. The Gulf Coast regional stocks dropped 2.2 million barrels and the Midwest region declined 1.1 million barrels. The East Coast and Rocky Mountain/West Coast regions each drew 0.3 million barrels of inventory.

Continue Reading

The average residential propane price increased 4.6 cents per gallon to reach 233.8 cents per gallon. This was a decrease of 3.1 cents per gallon compared to the 236.9 cents per gallon average from the same period last year. Wholesale propane prices rose 5.6 cents per gallon, from 122.8 cents per gallon to 128.4 cents per gallon. This was an increase of 58.1 cents per gallon when compared to the December 8, 2008 price of 70.3 cents per gallon.

Propane InventoriesĀ  Continue to Draw
Over the past eight weeks, propane inventories have plummeted 11.5 million barrels from a level well above the average range to near the lower boundary of the average range. Total U.S. inventories of propane fell by 1.3 million barrels last week to 61.4 million barrels. The Midwest regional stocks experienced the largest decline of 0.8 million barrels. The Gulf Coast region drew by 0.4 million barrels and the Rocky Mountain/West Coast region fell by 0.1 million barrels. The East Coast regional inventories grew slightly.

Continue Reading

New Hampshire Propane Prices for the week endingĀ  January 19, 2015

12/15/2014 3.272
12/22/2014 3.248
12/29/2014 3.246
1/5/2015 3.244
1/12/2015 3.209
1/19/2015 3.231

Continue Reading

Current Propane Prices for the week ending November 30 2009

Residential Propane Price Increases Again

Current propane prices continue to trend upward this winter. The average residential propane gas price increased 1.6 cents per gallon to reach 228.9 cents per gallon. This was a decrease of 11.2 cents per gallon compared to the 240.1 cents per gallon average from the same period last year. Wholesale propane prices gained 2.7 cents per gallon, from 120.1 cents per gallon to 122.8 cents per gallon. This was an increase of 36.9 cents per gallon when compared to the December 1, 2008 price of 85.9 cents per gallon.

Propane Inventories Decline Again
Total U.S. inventories of propane fell last week for the seventh straight week, by 0.9 million barrels, to 62.7 million barrels. The Gulf Coast realized the largest decline of 0.9 million barrels, while the Midwest regional inventories dropped 0.8 million barrels. The East Coast regional inventories grew by 0.7 million barrels and the Rocky Mountain/West Coast inventories rose slightly.

source EIA

current proapne gas prices

current proapne gas prices

Continue Reading

Residential propane prices in Pennsylvania slightly dipped this week. Propane prices dropped 2 cents this week, the first decline in over a month. However, wholesale propane prices for the week rose by 3 cents, the second week in a row with rising propane prices.

propane price pa Nov 30 2009

Continue Reading

Current Propane Prices for the week ending January 19, 2015

Weekly Residential Propane Prices
1/5/2015 1/12/2015 1/19/2015
East Coast (PADD 1) 2.947 2.934 3.052
New England (PADD 1A) 3.017 3.00 3.109
Connecticut 2.714 2.768 2.83
Maine 2.688 2.704 2.69
Massachusetts 3.133 3.127 3.179
New Hampshire 3.244 3.209 3.231
Rhode Island 3.376 3.351 3.501
Vermont 3.045 2.963 3.45
Central Atlantic (PADD 1B) 2.871 2.853 2.994
Delaware 3.051 3.008 3.099
Maryland 2.915 2.895 3.034
New Jersey 3.384 3.385 3.447
New York 2.786 2.762 2.939
Pennsylvania 2.779 2.765 2.899
Lower Atlantic (PADD 1C) 2.997 2.992 3.09
Florida 4.365 4.41 4.328
Georgia 2.28 2.289 2.341
North Carolina 2.693 2.66 2.838
Virginia 2.864 2.845 3.041
Midwest (PADD 2) 1.92 1.916 1.908
Illinois 1.814 1.805 1.79
Indiana 2.08 2.091 2.103
Iowa 1.565 1.558 1.553
Kansas 1.684 1.678 1.647
Kentucky 2.143 2.147 2.162
Michigan 2.153 2.178 2.179
Minnesota 1.844 1.839 1.821
Missouri 1.87 1.871 1.865
Nebraska 1.351 1.307 1.299
North Dakota 1.646 1.639 1.576
Ohio 2.392 2.386 2.388
Oklahoma 1.914 1.894 1.856
South Dakota 1.645 1.632 1.633
Tennessee 3.127 3.107 3.168
Wisconsin 1.813 1.809 1.79

Continue Reading

Here are the weekly propane prices in Pennsylvania for the week ending November 23, 2009. These prices are complied by the EIA. You may use this informationPropane Price Pa 11-23-2009 when shopping for propane prices in your area. As you can see, residential propane prices for Pennsylvania have risen over 3 cents this week.propane flame

Continue Reading

Here are the current propane prices as reported by the EIA for the week ending 11/16/2009

Residential Propane Prices Increase

The average residential propane price rose 2.7 cents per gallon to reach 224.0 cents per gallon. This was a decrease of 20.3 cents per gallon compared to the 244.3 cents per gallon average from the same period last year. Wholesale propane prices dropped 2.1 cents per gallon, from 119.1 cents per gallon to 117.0 cents per gallon. This was an increase of 32.8 cents per gallon when compared to the November 17, 2008 price of 84.2 cents per gallon.

Propane Inventories Experience Large Drop
After reaching an 11-year high in October, inventories of propane settled in the lower half of the average range for this time of year, as seasonal demand increases. Total U.S. propane inventories fell by 2.9 million barrels to 65.5 million barrels. The Midwest regional stocks drew 1.6 million barrels and the Gulf Coast region drew 1.4 million barrels. The Rocky Mountain/ West Coast region drew 0.1 million barrels of inventory and the East Coast regional stocks experienced a build of 0.2 million barrels. Propylene non-fuel use inventories increased their share of total propane/propylene inventories from 3.3 percent to 3.4 percent.

Propane Prices

Continue Reading