There's a slight decrease in the maximum price of gas across Newfoundland and Labrador Thursday morning.
The Public Utilities Board decreased the maximum price of regular gasoline by 1.2 cents a litre, while diesel has decreased even less — by 0.3 cents.
That means the most you'll pay in the metro St. John's area is $1.39. For southern Labrador, in Lodge Bay and Cartwright areas, that price is $1.56.
Furnace and stove heating oil barely changed from last week, with a 0.01 cent per litre decrease.
Prices for propane heating fuel are the only increase this week, up by 2 cents a litre.
The following chart shows the recent trend in average gas prices in Newfoundland and Labrador, as reported by individual consumers through GasBuddy.com. [Not seeing the interactive on your mobile phone? Click here.]