Thursday, October 7, 2010

Fuel Prices Sky-Rocket Following an Adjustment

Fuel prices in the province have sky-rocketed over four cents today.

The Newfoundland and Labrador Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities sets fuel prices in this province.

Customers in Nunatsiavut will now pay $1.38 per litre for regular gasoline.

That’s a 4.4 cent increase from last week.

They will also notice a 3.72 cent jump in home heating fuel.

Home heating fuel is now nearly $1.10 per litre.

Upper Lake Melville residents are now paying about $1.18 per litre following the 4.4 cent increase in gasoline.

Home heating fuel jumped by 3.72 cents following the latest adjustment.

Customers in that region are now paying nearly 88 cpl.

1 comment:

  1. don't sound like you guys have anyone in provincial govt. fighting for you,your govt. official must be from the island portion of the province.