Not at the moment.
Around 9% of UK homes are heated by oil-fired boilers, and 70% have gas. There are reasons for this, and as you might expect they are not straightforward.
If a house has an oil tank in the garden it may be because mains gas isn't available in the area. You see lots of oil tanks in rural areas, but you see lots of LPG tanks too.
With an oil tank you can be choosy about suppliers, because the tank is yours, but with LPG it will invariably belong to a gas supplier, and you must buy your gas from that company.
An oil installation is more costly to set up, and some of the big home insurance companies won't cover the tank, or thefts from it - thefts from domestic oil tanks have increased recently, as the price of oil has risen sharply.
Oil is less friendly to the environment as far as emissions are concerned.
Unless you have an oil-fired Aga, or similar cooker you'll have to use electricity for cooking, assuming mains gas isn't available; if it was you would have gas heating, rather than oil.
Given the choice, and if mains gas wasn't available I would go for LPG (Calor) every time.