P.E.I. sees drop in gas, diesel and heating oil prices

Self-serve gasoline fell to a minimum of $1.42  per litre. (Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press - image credit)
Self-serve gasoline fell to a minimum of $1.42 per litre. (Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press - image credit)

The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission announced decreases in the price of gas, diesel and heating oil on P.E.I. Friday morning.

The minimum price for regular, self-serve gasoline fell by one cent to $1.42 per litre.

Gas has been over $1.40 since Oct. 8.

Diesel prices dropped by 3.2 cents per litre, with pump prices now ranging from $1.53 to $1.54 per litre.

As for furnace oil, the cost fell by 2.5 cents, leaving it at a maximum price of $1.18.

Prices were also down at three propane retailers on the Island.

  • Irving: Down 1.3 cents per litre

  • Superior: Down 1.6 cents per litre

  • Parkland: Down 1.6 cents per litre

The price at Kenmac and Noonan did not change.

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