Gas prices increase by 3.7 cents per litre across Newfoundland and Labrador overnight Feb. 16
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ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Costs on the pumps elevated in Newfoundland and Labrador in a single day Thursday, Feb. 16.
The Public Utilities Board introduced a rise of as much as 3.7 cents per litre (cpl) to the worth of fuel, setting the utmost value of a litre of standard unleaded self-serve gasoline to $1.677 on the Avalon.
Diesel elevated by 2.1 cpl, whereas furnace oil decreased by 1.01 cpl.
Range oil elevated 1.08 cpl on the island and elevated in Labrador by 1.69 cpl.
Propane decreased 4.0 cpl.
The subsequent worth change is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 23.