Revolutionary PC software predicts how much heating oil is left in the tank
On Wednesday oil prices neared an eight-month high after European ministers agreed in principle to an Iranian oil import ban. Brent crude almost went up to the $114 per barrel mark as markets reacted to news of the impending ban. Crude traded above $100 for the fourth day in succession. At the end of their meeting in Lisbon EU foreign ministers look set to agree on the trade restrictions, which could be phased in over the coming months.
Central heating oil customers can act now before the winter fuel bills hit the doormat by installing HeatingSave, which controls heating systems, saves a quarter off bills and works on most types of boilers, including oil. HeatingSave’s revolutionary PC software displays how much your heating is costing, irrespective of the type of fuel used. For those with oil-fired systems it even predicts how much oil is left in the tank. HeatingSave is approved by both the independent, Government-created Carbon Trust and the Energy Saving Trust.