Are you paying too much for your propane gas? Do you know what the average price for home propane gas is in Michigan? We are here to help you. See the chart below to find what the residential propane prices are in Michigan according to the latest EIA weekly survey.
The prices here are the average price of propane from the supplier in Michigan. Your prices will be higher due to the propane dealer adding his costs such as delivery fees and handling fees. In advance of paying for your delivery, check to see what your total cost per gallon will be. Some dealers will advertise a very low price per gallon, then jack up the price by adding many discretionary fees, thereby making the per gallon cost noncompetitive and costing your more money then you anticipated.
|Oct 12, 2015||1.748|
|Oct 05, 2015||1.752|
|Mar 30, 2015||2.161|
|Mar 23, 2015||2.167|
|Mar 16, 2015||2.171|
|Mar 09, 2015||2.161|
|Mar 02, 2015||2.186|
|Feb 23, 2015||2.153|
|Feb 16, 2015||2.181|
|Feb 09, 2015||2.184|
|Feb 02, 2015||2.173|
|Jan 26, 2015||2.154|
Propane Gas Shortage in Michigan Leads to Higher Prices
Propane shortages around Michigan are now causing consumers to pay much more for their propane in the middle of this cold winter.
Prices are up over a dollar from the summer, draining user’s wallets to pay for the increase.
Shortages developed in the fall when there was a sudden increase in usage by farmers. Due to the wet harvest, there was an increase in demand for propane to help dry the crops. Also the icy cold weather has slowed down the movement of propane supplies to Michigan.
Governor Rick Snyder has declared a state of emergency for propane and has eased restrictions on the transport of it to help speed deliveries.