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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The price of furnace oil and diesel went up in a single day whereas the worth of gasoline stayed the identical in an Island Regulatory and Appeals Fee (IRAC) unscheduled adjustment on Aug. 5.
With the most recent adjustments, which went into impact at 12:01 a.m., IRAC stated the costs of furnace oil and diesel elevated by 4.0 cents per litre (cpl).
After the adjustment, the utmost worth of furnace oil is 153.1 cpl whereas diesel ranges from 198.8 to 200.0 cpl.
The value of gasoline ranges from 183.5 to 184.7 cpl.
This was the second unscheduled adjustment in lower than every week.
On Aug. 2, the costs of furnace oil and diesel went up by 6.0 cents per litre.
IRAC’s subsequent scheduled adjustment is Aug. 11.