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No change to gas prices in Aug. 14 petroleum update for P.E.I.

Gas is pumped into a motor vehicle in this file photo. When columnist Adrian White spoke to friends in Western Canada over the past few days, he learned that they were upset with voters in Cape Breton. They feel betrayed having provided employment for many Atlantic Canadian families only to have the region vote for a government not friendly to the Western resource sector.
Prices for regular, unleaded gasoline at self-serve outlets continue to range from 98.0 to 99.1 cents per litre in P.E.I. for Aug. 14. - Contributed

There is no change to the price of gasoline, furnace oil or diesel in the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission's Aug. 14 petroleum pricing announcement.

Prices for regular, unleaded gasoline at self-serve outlets continue to range from 98.0 to 99.1 cents per litre and prices for diesel are still between 100.6 to 101.8 cpl.

The maximum price for furnace oil is 70.1 cpl.

Propane prices have decreased by 1.2 cents per litre (cpl) for Irving Energy Distribution and Marketing; by 2.2 cpl for Superior Propane; and by 1.7 cpl for Kenmac Energy Inc., Noonan Petroleum and Island Petroleum.

The maximum price for propane ranges from 72.2 to 72.5 cpl.

The commission’s next scheduled price adjustment is Aug. 21.

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