- All fuels are down in the latest cost adjustment.
- Gas prices declined by over 6 cents per liter across Newfoundland and Labrador Thursday.
The costs of all fuels are down across the board in Newfoundland and Labrador, besides in places where a seasonal price freeze is in effect.
The region’s Public Utilities Board dropped the maximum price of gasoline by 6.1 cents per liter Thursday, setting the price of a liter of self-serve at $2.093 on the Avalon Peninsula.
Prices alter in other areas of Newfoundland, from $2.11 per liter on the Burin Peninsula, between $2.10 and $2.11 per liter in the Stephenville and Corner Brook locations, and $2.13 per liter on the Northern Peninsula from Englee to St. Anthony.
Buyers in Labrador West will spend a max of $2.159 at the pump, while drivers in Churchill Falls will pay $2.184 per liter. Labrador’s other areas are unchanged due to the seasonal fee freeze set in June.
Diesel was also lowered by three cents per liter Thursday.
Prices vary from $2.18 per liter on the Avalon to as high as $2.29 in other areas of Newfoundland, while Labrador ranges from $2.21 to as high as $2.76 on the south shore.
Source – CBC News