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Fuel prices up in N.B.

By Brad Perry Jan 26, 2024 | 6:20 AM

Filling up your vehicle’s fuel tank is going to cost you more here in New Brunswick.

Prices went up across the board Thursday night during the weekly adjustment by the New Brunswick Energy and Utilities Board.

The new maximum price for regular self-serve is $1.60 per litre, an increase of 3.2 cents.

Diesel prices are up 0.8 cents to a new maximum of $2.03 per litre.

The most you will now pay for heating oil is $1.72 per litre, an increase of one cent.

Meanwhile, the price of propane jumped by just over four cents to $1.22 per litre.

In Nova Scotia, regular self-serve now ranges from $1.59 to $1.63 per litre while diesel is selling for between $1.94 and $1.98 per litre.

On Prince Edward Island, the price for regular self-serve is around $1.60 per litre, diesel costs around $1.98 per litre, and home heating oil is selling for around $1.42 per litre.