PROPANE PRICING YOUR WAY

Superior Propane price plans are similar to mortgage rates, with fixed and variable pricing. The choice is yours when it comes to choosing the plan that suits your budget.

FIXED PRICE EXPLAINED

HOW FIXED PRICE IS DETERMINED

The fixed price for propane is based on a 12-month outlook, which considers economic conditions, supply, demand, and propane inventory levels in U.S. and Canada to help predict average monthly propane prices for the next 12 months.

THE ADVANTAGE OF LOCKING IN YOUR RATE

Similar to a fixed mortgage, a fixed price plan protects you from unpredictable price swings for one year. You can fix it and forget it. Otherwise, your price for propane will be determined in part by fluctuating market prices, similar to a variable rate mortgage.

WHAT IS AFFECTING MY FIXED PRICE?

The primary driver affecting the price of propane is the increase in consumption and exports. For example, the economy is reopening from COVID in North America which has increased propane demand in applications such as restaurant cooking, construction and manufacturing. Also, global demand for North American propane has increased as other countries use propane in the production of PPE equipment and medical plastics.

EQUAL PAYMENT PLAN

Example of a payment plan with equal monthly payments

Want more control over your energy budget? Superior offers an Equal Payment Plan for homes and small businesses, which lets you pay the same amount every month regardless of fluctuations. If you use more or less propane throughout the year, the payment amount will be adjusted twice each year to reflect your actual consumption. This option can make household budgeting easier.

Looking to pay as you go? Our Standard Payment Plan lets you pay per delivery. Whether your delivery type is automatic or will call, you pay within 15 days of delivery.