By Matthew Leslie “We could be sleepwalking into a situation worse than Covid if fuel prices are not slashed,” warns Cllr Sheamus Greene. The Fermanagh Councillor was speaking following figures released by the Consumer Council in relation to both petrol and heating oil prices in the North of Ireland. Petrol has dropped from 189.9p per […]
Sick of rising local fuel prices?
By John Carney IT MAY come as a shock to local motorists, but Northern Ireland has the cheapest fuel prices in the UK and a new fuel price tracking app is getting the credit for it. Latest government figures reveal the cost of both petrol and diesel has soared to record levels per litre, but thanks to a […]
Retailer says fuel crisis ‘like nothing seen before’
“In 2008 we seen something similar, but nothing near this scale.”
Oil supply shortages hit home in Fermanagh
The price of both home heating oil and fuel at the pumps has continued to skyrocket this week, hitting record highs everyday.
Southern pump prices set to remain cheaper than North
MANY may have thought the massive carbon tax announced in last week’s budget in Dublin would eventually lead to an end to traditionally lower southern fuel prices. However, one local fuel trader has explained to the Herald how little will actually change at the pumps, and warned a carbon tax could soon be introduced here […]
Motorists left fuming over higher cost of road fuel
DRIVERS in Fermanagh have raised questions as to why diesel and petrol prices in the county can sit up to 10p per litre above fuel prices in other parts of the North. For ordinary motorists that can add up to £6-£7 a fill. Over the past months the Herald has reported on fuel price differences […]
End of the road for oil burners!
“Electric cars don’t suit stage rallying because of the heavy batteries and lack of real power. That’s not to say it would never work though.”
Fermanagh motorists paying a fiver more to fill up
Asda in Enniskillen charging way more than Omagh outlet
PUMP PRICES: ‘Perfect storm’ to blame for sharp rise in fuel costs
Brexit, snow in the south of Europe, and even the rise of the far right are all contributing to the rise in fuel prices.
Road fuel prices continue to climb
Prices are expected to peak soon, before levelling it out.