CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The value of gasoline, furnace oil and diesel all dropped in a single day in Prince Edward Island.
Within the newest scheduled worth adjustment from the Island Regulatory and Appeals Fee, which took impact at 12:01 a.m. on Nov. 25, gasoline decreased by 4.5 cents per litre (cpl), furnace oil decreased by 1.0 cpl and diesel decreased by 2.0 cpl.
Together with taxes, pump costs for normal unleaded gasoline at self-serve shops now vary from 164.1 to 165.3 cpl, and costs for diesel vary from 266.0 to 267.1 cpl.
The utmost worth for furnace oil is 167.1 cpl.
The fee’s subsequent scheduled pricing adjustment is Dec. 2.
For present petroleum costs go to irac.pe.ca.