Ha for once I want the fuel to go up so I can feel successful. Lol anyway what do you think about a way to cancel the hedge by paying x amount of cash that is proportional to your hedge?
In the real world, I don't think you can cancel a fuel hedge contract like that, at least not usually. The counterparty that sells you the hedge contract "wins" on the bet that you "lose," and so they won't want to let you off for a cancel fee which is less than the amount you would have lost by upholding the contract.
Similarly, if the fuel price went up after you hedged, you wouldn't want the other side to be able to break the hedge contract by refunding you the service fee you paid them, right? When you win, what you want is the full benefit of the bargain you made; when you lose, the other side wants the same thing.