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Gas Prices Fall Around 9 Cents

By Brad Perry Nov 16, 2022 | 5:39 AM

An unexpected break at the fuel pumps for some New Brunswick drivers on Wednesday.

The provincial regulator used its interrupter clause to lower gasoline prices by around nine cents.

Regular self-serve is now selling for a maximum of $1.80, but you will find it for a few cents less at most local stations.

The New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board did not change diesel or heating oil prices.

The maximum price for diesel is $2.71 per litre while the most you will pay for heating oil is $2.50.


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