Rhode Island heating oil prices

Supplier
150 gallons
300 gallons
500 gallons
GetNetFuels
Zip 02893 quote
Updated 7 hours ago
$2.959
(Total $443.85*)
$2.959
(Total $887.70*)
$2.959
(Total $1479.50*)
JC Tefft Fuel and Propane
Service Area Hope Valley 02832
Updated 7 hours ago
$3.03
(Total $454.50*)
$3.03
(Total $909*)
$3.03
(Total $1515*)
Best Discount Oil (RI)
Updated 7 hours ago
$3.149
(Total $472.35*)
 
 
Pricerite Heating Oil
Southern Massachusetts and Northeastern Rhode Island
Updated 7 hours ago
$3.19
(Total $478.50*)
$3.19
(Total $957*)
$3.19
(Total $1595*)
Dudek Oil
East Bay of Rhode Island and Southern Bristol County MA
Updated 7 hours ago
$3.29
(Total $493.50*)
 
 
Scituate Oil Company
Updated 7 hours ago
$3.3
(Total $495*)
$3.3
(Total $990*)
$3.3
(Total $1650*)
Professional Heating Service
Updated 7 hours ago
$3.39
(Total $508.50*)
$3.39
(Total $1017*)
$3.39
(Total $1695*)
Apple Valley Oil
Updated 7 hours ago
$3.399
(Total $509.85*)
$3.399
(Total $1019.70*)
$3.399
(Total $1699.50*)
Exeter Fuel
South County
Updated 7 hours ago
$3.43
(Total $514.50*)
$3.33
(Total $999*)
$3.23
(Total $1615*)
Rambone and Sprague Oil
Rhode Island, Eastern Connecticut, and Massachusetts
Updated 7 hours ago
$3.45
(Total $517.50*)
$3.45
(Total $1035*)
$3.45
(Total $1725*)
Sunshine Fuels
Updated 7 hours ago
$3.49
(Total $523.50*)
$3.49
(Total $1047*)
$3.49
(Total $1745*)

About Rhode Island

Rhode Island is the smallest state by area, but the second most densely populated state in the country after New Jersey. It is bordered by Massachusetts to the north and east, Connecticut to the west, and the Atlantic Ocean to the south.

As of the most recent U.S. Census in 2020, Rhode Island has an estimated population of approximately 1.1 million people, making it the 43rd most populous state in the country. The state capital and largest city is Providence, which is home to nearly one-third of the state's total population.

Heating Oil in Rhode Island

Nearly a quarter (around 24% of homes) in Rhode Island use heating oil as their primary heating fuel, according to a U.S. Energy Information Administration survey.