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"Competitive home heating oil prices"
Updated 6 days ago
€288 96 cpl *
€455 91 cpl *
€900 90 cpl *
Updated 4 minutes ago
€289.43 96.5 cpl *
€459.68 91.9 cpl *
€902.33 90.2 cpl *
Updated 4 hours ago
€293.99 98 cpl *
€459.96 92 cpl *
€899.94 90 cpl *
Updated 3 weeks ago
€294 98 cpl *
€460 92 cpl *
€900 90 cpl *
Updated 4 minutes ago
€294 98 cpl *
€465 93 cpl *
€910 91 cpl *
Updated 2 days ago
€295 98.3 cpl *
€465 93 cpl *
€910 91 cpl *
Updated 3 weeks ago
€300 100 cpl *
€465 93 cpl *
€910 91 cpl *
"Prices shown are available online only, 24/7"
Updated 4 days ago
€295 98.3 cpl *
€465 93 cpl *
€920 92 cpl *
Updated 5 days ago
€297 99 cpl *
€470 94 cpl *
€930 93 cpl *
Updated 6 hours ago
€300.01 100 cpl *
€475 95 cpl *
€910.04 91 cpl *

* Cents per litre (CPL) prices are estimated and rounded to within one decimal place

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We search home heating oil prices today and throughout the day. Some heating oil companies update their oil prices themselves free of charge whilst other prices are updated continually by Cheapest Oil. During less volatile times when heating oil prices aren’t changing as often, the oil prices will not be updated as often however this does not mean the price is not accurate. We will remove any kerosene oil prices that are incorrect.

Our heating oil price chart covers kerosene prices across all of the Republic of Ireland as far back as 2008 (we have been comparing heating oil prices for a long time).

Note that we currently only feature kerosene prices – not gas oil prices. All quotes listed are for kerosene and should include all taxes and standard delivery.

About Cork

County Cork in Munster has around 542,196 people.

Cork city is the second largest city in the country, after Dublin. One of the main attractions in Cork is the city's medieval architecture, which can be seen in buildings such as St. Fin Barre's Cathedral and Cork City Hall. The city is also home to the University College Cork, which is one of the oldest universities in Ireland.

The city is situated on the River Lee and surrounded by hills, making it a popular spot for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling and boating. The city is also known for its beautiful parks and gardens, such as the University College Cork Botanic Garden and Fitzgerald's Park.

Villages and towns in County Cork include Allihies, Ballincollig, Ballingeary, Ballinhassig, Ballycotton, Ballygarvan, Ballyhooly, Baltimore, Bandon, Bantry, Blarney, Cape Clear Island, Carrigaline, Carrigtwohill, Castlelyons, Castletownbere, Castletownroche, Castletownshend, Charleville, Clonakilty, Cloyne, Coachford, Cobh, Coolea, Cork City, Crosshaven, Doneraile, Drimoleague, Dunmanway, Fermoy, Glandore, Glanmire, Glanworth, Glengarriff, Glenville, Goleen, Gougane Barra, Kanturk, Kildorrery, Killavullen, Kilworth, Kilmichael, Kinsale, Leap, Liscarroll, Macroom, Mallow, Midleton, Mitchelstown, Monkstown, Newmarket, Rosscarbery, Schull, Shanagarry, Shanballymore, Skibbereen, Whitegate and Youghal.