Energy comparison customers in Scotland may face freezing cold homes after energy suppliers admitted they could not get vital fuel deliveries out to rural areas.
According to the Courier, BP's oil tankers have struggled to travel down country roads that are covered with ice and snow, meaning customers who are dependent on liquid petroleum gas to heat their homes could have a long wait for new supplies.
The energy supplier commented: "We still face a difficult logistical scenario in the wider Dundee area as the weather has been particularly bad in the region.
"The backlog that was created in December means we are catching up albeit slowly compared to other parts of the UK where the thaw and milder weather has meant road access is possible, even to the remotest parts of our customer base."
Meanwhile, energy supplier E.ON has announced it is raising prices for its residential customers from February 4th.
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