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Fuel prices continue creep downward in Newfoundland

['Darrell Burris, an oil delivery driver with Wilson Fuels, is seen adding furnace fuel to a residence in Bible Hill. This is the peak season for consumption of both furnace and diesel fuels, a factor that tends to keep prices from decreasing too greatly during the winter months. HARRY SULLIVAN – TRURO DAILY NEWS']
Furnace oil will cost you a little less this week. — SaltWire file photo

The Public Utilities Board maximum prices for all regulated petroleum products have again been adjusted downward this week.

Gas is down 0.7 cents per litre (cpl) and  diesel is down 0.3 cpl.

Heating fuels are also down: furnace oil by 0.04 cpl; stove oil by 0.04 cpl; and propane by 3.0 cpl. 


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