Looking to see if your propane prices are competitive? that is the only way to find the lowest prices for propane. Click the link below to see what the average price of propane is in Indiana.
Here is this week’s propane price survey presented by the Energy Information Agency.
Use these prices as a guide to see if your propane prices are competitive. The EIA releases this report each week reflecting state wide prices.
These are the average prices for Indiana. Your prices will be higher due to transportation costs and other fees (delivery fees) added to the per gallon cost.
This does not include any discounts you may receive from your dealer.
Remember; always receive confirmation from your supplier as to what the total amount per gallon will be.
Indiana propane prices
|Oct 12, 2015||1.505|
|Oct 05, 2015||1.522|
|Mar 30, 2015||1.937|
|Mar 23, 2015||1.981|
|Mar 16, 2015||2.027|
|Mar 09, 2015||2.052|
|Mar 02, 2015||2.057|
|Feb 23, 2015||2.063|
|Feb 16, 2015||2.062|
Soaring propane prices hurting Indiana consumers
Prices over the last few weeks have soared from an average of $2.80 a gallon to over $5.00 a gallon with reports of some dealers charging $7 a gallon!
With the current shortage, prices are almost changing by the hour which is practically unheard of before. Many propane dealers are currently limiting deliveries to 150 gallon to ensure there is enough to go around to keep Hoosiers from freezing. The Indiana attorney general is urging consumers to conserve the amount of propane they are using during this propane shortage.
The reason for the shortage is because of several factors. First was during the wet harvesting season. Farmers had to use propane to dry their crops. Next where supply disruptions; one pipeline was down for about a month. Also the cold brutal winter has slowed deliveries to local dealers too.
Governor Mike Pence has declared a state of emergency regarding propane gas. He has authorized easy transport rules and has added $5 million to the state fund that assists homeowners in paying their energy bills.