The price of gas in Newfoundland and Labrador decreased by 0.7 cents per litre Thursday morning. (Evan Mitsui/CBC)
The price of gasoline saw a small decrease across Newfoundland and Labrador on Thursday, while all other fuels are on the rise.
The Public Utilities Board lowered the maximum price of gas by 0.7 cents per litre, dropping it to $1.934 per litre on the northeast Avalon.
Prices vary across the island and in Labrador, but now range from between $1.93 to $2.10 per litre in Newfoundland and between $1.69 and $2.25 per litre in Labrador.
The price of diesel increased by 2.4 cents for much of the province, but jumped 4.7 cents per litre in Labrador West and Churchill Falls. Prices for the fuel now range between $2.11 and $2.23 in Newfoundland and between $1.95 and $2.39 in Labrador.
Both furnace oil and stove oil increased by 2.07 cents per litre in Newfoundland. Furnace oil increased by the same amount across much of Labrador, but increased by 4.71 cents in Labrador West and Churchill Falls.
Furnace oil now sits between $1.48 and $1.66 per litre across the province, while stove oil ranges between $1.53 and $1.71 per litre in Newfoundland and between $1.62 and $1.85 per litre in Labrador.
Propane increased by 1.4 cents per litre, putting prices between $0.98 and $1.11 per litre in Newfoundland and between $0.84 and $1.29 per litre in Labrador.