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Gas and diesel up in weekly price adjustment for P.E.I.

The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission's weekly petroleum pricing announcement for Friday has gas, furnace oil and diesel up across P.E.I., but propane prices will remain the same.

Gas goes up by 0.5 cents per litre

IRAC’s next scheduled price adjustment is Aug 30. (Graham Hughes/Canadian Press)

The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission's weekly petroleum pricing announcement for Friday has gas, furnace oil and diesel up across P.E.I., but propane prices will remain the same.

Pump prices for regular unleaded gasoline are up 0.5 cents per litre and will now range from $1.15 to $1.17 per litre tax included.

Furnace oil is also up by 1.6 cents per litre and the maximum price for furnace oil is $0.94 per litre including taxes.

With diesel up 1.1 cents per litre pump prices for self-serve diesel will range from $1.24 per litre to $1.25 per litre.

Propane prices remain unchanged since last week's adjustment and will remain at $0.70 to $0.71 per litre before tax.

IRAC's next scheduled price adjustment is Aug 30.

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