OFT cracks down on unfair heating oil price rises
GB Oils has been made to ensure prices quoted at order remain fixed until delivery, after OFT action
27 July 2012
Hope for LPG switchers
150,000 homes not connected to the gas grid have been promised improved rights to enable them to switch LPG supplier
9 April 2012
OFT rules out heating oil price regulation
The off-grid energy sector does not need price regulation as consumers have enough choice, reveals OFT research
18 October 2011
OFT hits back against heating oil rogues
The OFT has taken action to prevent consumers being misled when searching online for heating oil supplies
9 September 2011
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