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Gas, diesel will cost you more in N.B.

By Brad Perry Jul 14, 2023 | 5:44 AM

Gasoline and diesel prices are up after the weekly setting by the Energy and Utilities Board.

The most you will pay for regular self-serve is $1.75 per litre, an increase of just over one cent.

It has been nearly three months since New Brunswick drivers paid that price for gasoline.

Drivers who use diesel will see a larger price change during their next stop at the gas station.

Diesel prices climbed nearly five cents overnight to a new maximum of $1.78 per litre.

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

Meanwhile, the price for heating oil is up is up more than four cents to $1.66 per litre.

Propane is now selling for a maximum of $1.08 per litre, a drop of half a cent.

Fuel prices are reset every Thursday night in New Brunswick.


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