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P.E.I. gas prices up, propane down after overnight price change

The regulated price of gasoline went up overnight on P.E.I.

Gasoline, furnace oil and diesel increase in price adjustment

If you're fuelling up on P.E.I. Sunday, be prepared to pay more for gas.

The regulated price went up overnight and is now set at 95 cents per litre for regular unleaded.

Furnace oil also rose by three cents, while diesel is up two cents a litre.

Propane, however, went in the other direction, dropping three cents. 

The next price adjustment for the Island will be announced in two weeks on Feb. 15.

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