Fuel prices hiked again

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Tack another two and a-cents a litre on the price of gasoline at the pumps this week while almost another six cents was added to diesel.

The Public Utilities Board set new maximum prices Thursday for all regulated petroleum products in all areas of the province, except where adjustments have been suspended for the winter months.

In addition, propane went up another 8.5 cpl and stove oil 4.38 cpl. Furnace oil had another 2.7 cpl tacked on in the adjustments.

Burin Peninsula consumers are now paying $1.374 a litre for regular self-serve gas; $1.404 for full service and $1.554 for diesel at the pumps.

Heating fuels have climbed to $1.2247 for stove oil, $1.1615 for furnace oil and propane has ballooned to $1.191 a litre.

Organizations: Public Utilities Board

Geographic location: Burin Peninsula

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