Thursday, August 12, 2010

Gas Prices Up

Residents of the north coast are paying a little less at the pumps.

Effective today, the price of gasoline has decreased by 0.7 cents per liter (cpl).

Consumers are now paying $1.37.7 per liter for gasoline.

Home heating fuel on the other hand has increased by 1.9 cpl.

The price of home heating fuel is now set at $1.05.8 per liter.

Fuel prices in the province are set by the board of commissioners of public utilities.

The change comes as part of the public utilities board’s weekly adjustment of fuel prices.

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