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The price of gasoline and diesel have each increased by one cent per litre in the overnight petroleum pricing announcement by the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission for Dec. 4.
At self-serve outlets, prices for regular, unleaded gasoline now range from 100.5 to 101.7 cpl and prices for diesel will range from 109.3 to 110.4 cpl.
There is no change to the price of furnace oil, which remains at a maximum price of 77.1 cpl.
Propane prices decreased by 0.1 cpl for Irving Energy Distribution and Marketing; by 0.5 cpl for Kenmac Energy Inc. and Noonan Petroleum; whereas they increased by 0.2 cpl for Superior Propane and by 0.5 cpl for Island Petroleum. Maximum prices for propane now range from 75.0 to 75.2 cpl.
The commission’s next scheduled price adjustment is Dec. 11.