No change in PEI gas prices, furnace oil & diesel go up 1.7 cpl
The Island Regulatory and Appeals Appeals Commission Commission approved the following petroleum prices effective 12:01 a.m., Friday, October 9, 2020:
There is no change in the price of gasoline;
The price of furnace oil and diesel will each increase by 1.7 cents per litre (cpl); and
Propane prices will increase by 0.7 cpl for Irving Energy Distribution and Marketing; by 0.4 cpl for Island Petroleum; by 0.6 cpl for Kenmac Energy Inc. and Noonan Petroleum; and there is no change in the price for Superior Propane.
At self-serve outlets, prices for regular unleaded gasoline will range from 100.7 to 101.9 cpl.
Prices for diesel will range from 99.4 to 100.5 cpl.
The maximum price for furnace oil is 70.1 cpl.
Maximum prices for propane will range from 71.0 to 71.8 cpl.
The Commission’s next scheduled price adjustment is October 16, 2020.
Gas Prices in the Atlantic Bubble
PEI – 100.7 to 101.9 cpl
St. John’s – 110.0
Cape Breton – 97.0 – 99.1
Halifax – 95.0 – 97.2
New Brunswick – 99.8
PEI prices courtesy of IRAC
NB prices courtesy of NBEUB
NS prices courtesy of NSUARB
St. John’s prices based on average pump price as listed on GasBuddy.com