Gas, furnace oil and diesel prices drop in P.E.I. April 21, 2023
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Fuel, furnace oil and diesel costs have all dropped throughout the province within the newest adjustment from the Prince Edward Island Regulatory and Appeals Fee (IRAC).
The worth of gasoline is down by 5.0 cents per litre (cpl), furnace oil decreased by 6.0 cpl and diesel dropped by 6.0 cpl.
With the changes, which went into impact at 12:01 a.m. on April 21, pump costs for normal unleaded gasoline at self-serve retailers, together with taxes, now vary from 169.1 to 170.2 cpl. The costs for diesel vary from 167.7 to 168.8 cpl, and the utmost worth for furnace oil is 111.0 cpl.
In the meantime, propane costs elevated by 1.8 cpl for Irving Power Distribution and Advertising, by 2.5 cpl for Superior Propane, by 2.6 cpl for Island Petroleum and by 2.0 cpl for each Kenmac Power Inc. and Noonan Petroleum. Propane costs now vary from 86.3 to 90.7 cpl.
For present petroleum costs, go to irac.pe.ca.
IRAC’s subsequent scheduled pricing adjustment is April 28.