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Who publishes the average price of heating oil?

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The U.S. Energy Information Administration publishes the average prices of heating oil and propane. Prices are shown in dollars per gallon, excluding taxes. Prices are only collected during heating season, which is October through March.

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Residential heating oil, wholesale heating oil, residential propane and wholesale propane comprise the items on the price table. Prices are viewable in weekly or monthly periods. Historical data for residential items is available from 1990, while data from 2013 is available for wholesale prices. Regional price data is available but limited to East Coast and Midwest states. The U.S. Energy Information Administration also publishes analyses and projections pertaining to the petroleum sector.

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