Gasoline, furnace oil and diesel prices remain unchanged

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Gas prices

The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission has announced there will be no change in the price of gasoline, furnace oil or diesel effective today.

 Propane prices will decrease by 2.7 cpl for Superior Propane, by 0.7 cpl for Irving Energy Distribution and Marketing and by 2.5 cpl for Kenmac Energy Inc.

Pump prices for regular unleaded gasoline at self-serve outlets will continue to range from 132.9 cpl to 134.1 cpl. Maximum before tax propane prices will now range from 77.1 cpl to 80.6 cpl. 

The maximum price for furnace oil will continue to be 103.3 cpl plus tax.

The commission's next scheduled price adjustment will be September 15.

Organizations: Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission, Superior Propane, Kenmac Energy

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  • harold
    September 02, 2014 - 11:44

    from the consumers' 'perspective', and ' in terms' of transparency (to use politician speak), there is an unholy union between IRAC and the Petroleum lobby, --- why gas prices on the Main land are consistently lower than here needs a proper explanation, - can you give us that, Mr. Ghiz? Or can't you be bothered by such triviality?

  • don
    September 02, 2014 - 09:00

    come on islanders you know wes needs the money to help his rich friends for this coming winter. do you want ghiz and his gang to go hungry? they will not be able to eat 3lb steaks or fish eggs while islanders are eating spam. you see how poor the ghiz gang is they can not even afford to donate a turkey to cbc during the turkey drive. and we all know if they did they would be on the news and newspapers. we need to pay higher tax's, and give 20% of your pay to wes.

  • patrick
    September 01, 2014 - 20:54

    gas prices are 125.6 in New Brunswick on Friday

  • albert
    September 01, 2014 - 17:02

    what bonuses are we talking about, somebody know something the rest of us have missed?? please, fill us in

  • gg
    September 01, 2014 - 13:05

    Guess we know where IRAC bonus come from. Gas prices in the US are at there lowest price in six years this past week. so we are sure getting gouged to the limited hope this gets the attention it deserves SHAME ON YOU IRAC AND THE PEI GOV THIS ALSO PUTS MONEY IN THERE TAX COFFERS come on lets put a stop to this and stand up. GG

  • gg
    September 01, 2014 - 13:02

    Guess we know where IRAC bonus come from. Gas prices in the US are at there lowest price in six years this past week. so we are sure getting gouged to the limited hope this gets the attention it deserves SHAME ON YOU IRAC AND THE PEI GOV THIS ALSO PUTS MONEY IN THERE TAX COFFERS come on lets put a stop to this and stand up. GG

  • Tired of being robbed!
    September 01, 2014 - 12:51

    yes it is, but how else are they going to get richer!

  • J
    September 01, 2014 - 10:26

    Isn't the price of oil down to around $93/$94 on the world market????

    • gg
      September 01, 2014 - 17:48

      The Price with crude oil at 93 or 94 a barrel our gas Should have come down at Least 10 Cents a liter why not you should ask. So Islanders must speak up and write a letter to the paper and speak there mind and say enough is enough. where are all the other mla s on this Issue or are they still on vacation call them and wake them up. This is no small amount it is about $ 1.80 per gallon or $ 30.00 to $40.00 per tank does this not hurt your pocket book then speak up this is the second month that we have been gouged. gg

    • UPWESTER
      September 02, 2014 - 11:19

      The price of $93.-$94.a barrel is for West Texas Intermediate, which is not world price that IRAC uses for pricing. They use the price of Brent crude, which was $103.19 on 8/31, $103.53 on 8/15 and $104.84 onAug. 1st.