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Pump prices for regular unleaded gasoline at self-serve outlets will stay at the range of 119.9 to 121.0 cents per litre

There will be no changes in gas prices tonight across Prince Edward Island.

There is no need to rush out to the gas station tonight.

The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission is set to review petroleum prices tonight.

But The Guardian has learned there will be no changes in the price of gas, diesel, or home heating oil.

Back on Jan. 1, gas prices increased by 5.0 cents per litre, furnace and stove oil prices increased by 3.0 cents per litre and diesel prices increased by 3.0 cents per litre.

Pump prices for regular unleaded gasoline at self-serve outlets will stay at the range of 119.9 to 121.0 cents per litre.

The maximum price for furnace oil stays 106.3 cents per litre plus GST.

The commission’s next scheduled price adjustment will be on Feb. 1.

The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission will make announcement official tomorrow.

 

 

 

 

Organizations: Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission, The Guardian

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  • Thank you Guardian, really . . .
    January 15, 2013 - 12:45

    All facetiousness aside, this is useful information - thanks. And not to be glib, but wouldn't it be an interesting exercise to format "the news" into that which is clearly useful, and then the rest that's interesting, entertaining, speculative and just plain dribble?

  • Billy
    January 15, 2013 - 11:41

    With a glut of oil on the markets. why can the price of gas be had for 90 cents a litre in unregulated provinces like Alberta and as much as 30 cents more in regulated provinces like Atlantic Canada? Where are those protesters on this ??

  • Don Smith
    January 15, 2013 - 03:02

    Thirty cents a liter higher then Edm, now. It seems who you know is all that counts on the Gentle Island.

  • Joe Citizen
    January 14, 2013 - 19:41

    Most grateful our dear overlords, ha ha.

  • Bill Kays
    Bill Kays
    January 14, 2013 - 17:29

    I guess there is really no need for IRAC because the Guardian or their buddies know the answer ahead of time. The important thing about this statement is that some people outside of IRAC seem to know ahead of time what decisions IRAC will make. Well this is a huge advantage to those who know. I wonder who they are? I wonder who they know and how did they come to know?