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Gas Prices Hit Six-Month Low In N.B.

By Brad Perry Sep 1, 2022 | 7:06 AM

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Gas prices in New Brunswick have fallen to their lowest level in about six months.

This comes after the weekly adjustment by the Energy and Utilities Board on Wednesday night.

The new maximum price for regular self-serve is just under $1.69 per litre, a drop of 6.2 cents.

Diesel prices, on the other hand, jumped by 10 cents overnight. The most you will now pay is just under $2.17 per litre.

Most local stations are selling both fuels for a few cents less.

Meanwhile, the price for heating oil edged up by four-tenths of a cent to just over $1.94 per litre.

Propane is now selling for a maximum of $1.20 per litre, an increase of 1.5 cents.

Fuel prices are reset every Wednesday night in New Brunswick.


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