Heating Oil delivered in Cornwall

Consols Oils deliver a range of quality fuels and oils throughout Cornwall.

We cater for both commercial and domestic fuel oil supplies, difficult access deliveries and narrow Cornish roads are no problem for our fleet of mini tankers.

We also supply Road Diesel, Red Diesel (Gas Oil) and Kerosene fuels from our depot in St Day.

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