Thousands of customers each year choose to pay their fuel bills through our oil payment plans making it far easier to manage their budget.

Our oil plans operate on a direct debit allowing your annual fuel bill to be spread evenly over 12 equal monthly payments.

Oil Payment Plan in 4 easy steps:

Fuel Calculator

Use our Fuel Usage Calculator Tool to work out how much heating oil you use on average each year.

Payment Plan DD

Using our Johnston Oils Payment Plan Table, you will be able to estimate your monthly direct debit payment value.

Register Interest

Complete the online form to apply for a Oil Payment Plan or give us a call


Call our friendly domestic team or log in online to place an order.

Payments are based on your annual delivered amount of oil spread equally over 12 months by direct debit. We will agree your monthly payment value and which date in the month suits you best for the payment. Direct debits are reviewed every three months to ensure you do not end up paying too much or too little over the year.

Volume Per YearRounded up monthly DD
1000 Ltrs£75 per month
1001 – 1500 Ltrs£110 per month
1501 – 2000 Ltrs£145 per month
2001 – 2500 Ltrs£180 per month
2501 – 3000 Ltrs£215 per month
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Fuel Usage Calculator Tool

If you’re not entirely sure about how much oil you use each year then you can use our Fuel Usage Calculator Tool.

Oil Payment Plan Terms & Conditions

Johnston Oils Payment Plans are only available to domestic customers/home owners. Existing customers who have already placed an order with Johnston Oils can go directly onto an oil payment plan. New customer to Johnston Oils would need to order and pay for their first order before applying for an oil payment plan. Oil prices do change every day, this is why we will review your Oil Payment Plan every 3 months to ensure you are not paying too much or too little to cover the cost of your annual oil consumption. We will not change your monthly payment value or date without informing you first. Figures displayed are an estimate and should be used only as a guide, all payments will be agreed with the customer before the first direct debit request.