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Gas prices increase in latest PUB report


The price of gas increased today in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Public Utilities Board (PUB), in its weekly review, set maximum prices of oil and gas for the province, for the week of Nov. 26-Dec. 3.

The changes to the maximum fuel prices reflect the regular weekly change in the average benchmark price of the products over the seven-day period ending Tuesday of this week.

All types of gas increased by up to 1.1 cents per litre (cpl).

Diesel motor fuel decreased by up to 0.1 cpl.

Furnace oil heating fuel decreased by 0.02 cpl.

Stove oil heating fuel increased by 0.05 cpl.

Propane heating fuel increased by 0.3 cpl.

In the Burin Peninsula to Bonavista Peninsula zone, regular unleaded motor fuel will be a maximum of 109.7 cpl (self-serve). Diesel will be a maximum of 118.6 cpl. Maximum furnace oil price is 76.93 cpl, stove oil maximum price is 82.48 cpl and propane price is set at 68.0 cpl.

The next scheduled price change is Thursday, Nov. 19.

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