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Gas, heating fuels see price increase in Newfoundland and Labrador

['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 is up by 2.75 cents per litre today. —SaltWire Network

As of midnight the Public Utilities Board has increased the price of all types of fuel with the exception of propane. Gas is up by 2.1 cents per litre (cpl); diesel is up by 3.2 cpl; furnace oil has increased by 2.75 cpl;  and stove oil will cost 2.75 cpl more today. Propane is down 2.0 cpl. for the second week in a row.

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