Price of furnace oil in P.E.I. goes up Jan. 6, 2023
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The value of furnace oil in P.E.I. elevated by 3.7 cents per litre (cpl) in the latest scheduled pricing adjustment from the Prince Edward Island Regulatory and Appeals Fee.
The utmost worth for furnace oil is now 165.6 cpl.
The adjustment, which took impact at 12:01 a.m. on Jan. 6, additionally included a lower of 4.0 cpl to the value of diesel. Costs for diesel now vary from 218.8 to 220.0 cpl.
There was no change within the worth of gasoline. Together with taxes, pump costs for normal unleaded gasoline at self-serve shops vary from 157.6 to 158.7 cpl.
For present petroleum costs, go to irac.pe.ca.
The fee’s subsequent scheduled pricing adjustment is Jan. 13.