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Suffolk County Heating Oil Prices

Amagansett (11930)

Amityville (11701, 11708)

Aquebogue (11931)

Babylon (11702)

Bay Shore (11706)

Bayport (11705)

Bellport (11713)

Blue Point (11715)

Bohemia (11716)

Brentwood (11717)

Bridgehampton (11932)

Brightwaters (11718)

Brookhaven (11719)

Calverton (11933)

Center Moriches (11934)

Centereach (11720)

Centerport (11721)

Central Islip (11722)

Cold Spring Harbor (11724)

Commack (11725)

Copiague (11726)

Coram (11727)

Cutchogue (11935)

Deer Park (11729)

East Hampton (11937)

East Islip (11730)

East Marion (11939)

East Moriches (11940)

East Northport (11731)

East Quogue (11942)

East Setauket (11733)

Eastport (11941)

Farmingville (11738)

Fishers Island (06390)

Great River (11739)

Greenlawn (11740)

Greenport (11944)

Hampton Bays (11946)

Hauppauge (11788)

Holbrook (11741)

Holtsville (00501, 00544, 11742)

Huntington (11743)

Huntington Station (11746, 11750)

Islandia (11749, 11760)

Islip (11751)

Islip Terrace (11752)

Jamesport (11947)

Kings Park (11754)

Lake Grove (11755)

Laurel (11948)

Lindenhurst (11757)

Manorville (11949)

Mastic (11950)

Mastic Beach (11951)

Mattituck (11952)

Medford (11763)

Melville (11747, 11775)

Middle Island (11953)

Miller Place (11764)

Montauk (11954)

Moriches (11955)

Mount Sinai (11766)

Nesconset (11767)

New Suffolk (11956)

North Babylon (11703)

Northport (11768)

Oakdale (11769)

Ocean Beach (11770)

Orient (11957)

Patchogue (11772)

Peconic (11958)

Port Jefferson (11777)

Port Jefferson Station (11776)

Quogue (11959)

Remsenburg (11960)

Ridge (11961)

Riverhead (11901)

Rocky Point (11778)

Ronkonkoma (11779)

Sag Harbor (11963)

Sagaponack (11962)

Saint James (11780)

Sayville (11782)

Selden (11784)

Shelter Island (11964)

Shelter Island Heights (11965)

Shirley (11967)

Shoreham (11786)

Smithtown (11787)

Sound Beach (11789)

South Jamesport (11970)

Southampton (11968, 11969)

Southold (11971)

Speonk (11972)

Stony Brook (11790, 11794)

Upton (11973)

Wading River (11792)

Wainscott (11975)

Water Mill (11976)

West Babylon (11704, 11707)

West Islip (11795)

West Sayville (11796)

Westhampton (11977)

Westhampton Beach (11978)

Wyandanch (11798)

Yaphank (11980)

Nassau County Heating Oil Prices

Albertson (11507)

Atlantic Beach (11509)

Baldwin (11510)

Bayville (11709)

Bellmore (11710)

Bethpage (11714)

Carle Place (11514)

Cedarhurst (11516)

East Meadow (11554)

East Norwich (11732)

East Rockaway (11518)

Elmont (11003)

Farmingdale (11735, 11736, 11737, 11774)

Floral Park (11001, 11002)

Franklin Square (11010)

Freeport (11520)

Garden City (11530, 11531, 11535, 11536, 11599)

Glen Cove (11542)

Glen Head (11545)

Glenwood Landing (11547)

Great Neck (11020, 11021, 11022, 11023, 11024, 11025, 11026,11027)

Greenvale (11548)

Hempstead (11549, 11550, 11551)

Hewlett (11557)

Hicksville (11801, 11802, 11815, 11819, 11854, 11855)

Inwood (11096)

Island Park (11558)

Jericho (11753, 11853)

Lawrence (11559)

Levittown (11756)

Locust Valley (11560)

Long Beach (11561)

Lynbrook (11563)

Malverne (11565)

Manhasset (11030)

Massapequa (11758)

Massapequa Park (11762)

Merrick (11566)

Mill Neck (11765)

Mineola (11501)

New Hyde Park (11040, 11041, 11042, 11043, 11044, 11099)

Oceanside (11572)

Old Bethpage (11804)

Old Westbury (11568)

Oyster Bay (11771)

Plainview (11803)

Point Lookout (11569)

Port Washington (11050, 11051, 11052, 11053, 11054, 11055)

Rockville Centre (11570, 11571, 11592)

Roosevelt (11575)

Roslyn (11576)

Roslyn Heights (11577)

Sea Cliff (11579)

Seaford (11783)

Syosset (11773)

Uniondale (11553, 11555, 11556)

Valley Stream (11580, 11581, 11582)

Wantagh (11793)

West Hempstead (11552)

Westbury (11590, 11594, 11595, 11597)

Williston Park (11596)

Woodbury (11797)

Woodmere (11598)

History of No. 2 Home Heating Oil Prices – residential price

History of No. 2 Home Heating Oil Prices

Source: U.S. Energy Administration, U.S. Weekly No. 2 Heating Oil Residential Price in dollars per gallon, retrieved March 2015, original source:

Percentages of U.S. Homes Using Different Heating Fuels

Currently in the U.S. about

  • 49% of homes are heated by natural gas,
  • 6% by heating oil or “fuel oil”,
  • 5% by LP gas or propane,
  • 4% by electricity,
  • 2% by wood and
  • 1% by other means (such as heat pumps or solar heating).

Also called oilheat, No. 2 heating oil or fuel oil No. 2, residential heating oil is most commonly used in homes on the East Coast and in the Midwest, and less often in other regions. Heating oil prices fluctuate widely over time and by location, influenced by the cost of crude oil, production expenses, transportation/distribution costs, and seasonal changes in supply and demand.

How to save on home heating oil

The best way to save on heating oil is to compare prices from multiple fuel suppliers in your area. provides a free service where you can view current COD oil prices on Long Island, Queens and other areas of New York. Location-specific pricing data is available free of charge. We also offer information on heating oil contracts and available options for users interested in this type of service.

How current heating oil prices on Long Island are determined

Heating oil prices on Long Island are generally more stable than prices of natural gas and propane. Having a more predictive price means that you will be able to better plan your heating budget. However, you should know that price is not quite fixed either.

Heating oil is actually diesel fuel marketed for home heating purposes. This fuel oil is of course, made of crude oil, and we all witness changes in oil prices. We all know that oil prices started to rise in 2003 when campaign in Iraq started, and kept rising until 2009 when Great Recession made it fall quickly. When the economy started to recover, oil prices arose again, but in late 2014 onwards we saw another drastic fall of oil prices. In 2008, oil cost as much as $140, only a few months later it dropped down to $40. From 2012 to 2014 oil price was around $100 and finally in March this year it dwindled to $45. Now in May 2015 it’s about $50 for a barrel.

These changes influence heating oil prices but changes are not this gradual. For most of the last 10 years, prices of a gallon of heating oil was between $2.50 and $3.50. Currently it’s around $2.50. For how long this price will remain is uncertain, as crude oil is a strategic commodity which sees frequent changes in supply and demand which is related to global economic growth, global events such as wars and issues among major world powers. Finally, it comes to average monthly oil production output and level of available oil inventories.

Low fuel oil prices of 2015 are a result of diplomatic tensions between the West and Russia, which is one of the largest world’s oil producers. Oil prices started to grow again in early Spring of 2015 as a result of insurgencies in Libya, which one of leading oil exporters to Europe and in Yemen, where military of Saudi Arabia – world’s leading oil producer, is engaged.

Non-political events influence oil prices on a daily level. It includes output reports from each Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) members, and inventory reports from world’s largest oil consuming markets – the US, Europe and China.

Other things to consider may include oil industry workforce strikes, possible natural disasters that may occur in some of the OPEC member states and events which can alter demand patterns on the large markets. If Europe and America sustain a very cold winter, it would require more oil to be burned in vehicles and home furnaces. Also, in summer people go on holidays and oil market receives greater orders from fuel retailers and airlines, which usually makes its price slightly grow.

From what is stated above and from most recent market trends, we can say that home heating oil prices on Long Island should remain pretty stable and may continue to grow very slightly through the end of this year. However, you should know that just a single event from those mentioned here could potentially make things very different. Our advice is to order heating oil as soon as possible and stop worrying. Yes, oil prices may also go lower, but certainly not to a great extent. Awaiting that prices of heating oil fall even more is a risky option and even if it happens, you won’t save much.

Also keep in mind that when crude oil prices increase, it implies growth of all heating fuels, not only heating oil so switching from home heating oil to another source of heat may not spare you of possible high fuel costs.